The Last Leviathan is a game about physics, balance, buoyancy, destruction and, seemingly, having a lot of fun by strapping huge knives to your ship and stabbing other boats.
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You buy, find and steal blocks to deck out your ship, creating anything your imagination can muster. I’ll take to the high seas in a giant phallus, for example.
It’s not just about building floating, weaponised dicks, though – there’s an air of Sid Meier’s Pirates! about it, with NPC ships floating about and letting you trade or enter combat with them.
It all builds up to these massive monster battles where you have to take your bulbous barge to battle a towering monstrosity.
Here are the modes detailed on the Steam page:
- Voyage: Build, sail, navigate and fight across the seas, unveiling the secrets of Middenhir in a voyage of survival and discovery.
- Creative: Completely open sandbox for you to be inventive or just enjoy the sights and relax in.
- Battle Seas: An ocean of fights and challenges including: survival, last man standing, racing, waves, and many more.
There’s also the self-descriptive versus mode, for the odd PvP fight, and events.
Here’s the trailer:
The Last Leviathan is currently in Early Access and has an introductory price of $8.99.