There’s a new resource management style game on the block, and it’s one which sends you back in a time machine to a dinosaur filled world. This is DayD: Through Time on Xbox One and you’re here to stop the evil Doctor Terrible!
Meet Brian. He’s a gifted and rather eccentric scientist who’s responsible for creating the time machine to travel to a time when dinosaurs roamed the land, but little does he know that Doctor Terrible beat him to it. You’ll have to help Brian progress through a whole host of unique locations and fulfil a variety of quests in order to put a stop to the wicked schemes. This means building structures, organising the distribution of resources and even taming some dinosaurs. And that’s all while taking in an exciting plot.
Should the thought of this adventure pique your interest, you can get involved right away as DayD: Through Time is now available on Xbox One for £8.39 via the Xbox Store. Given that it has easy controls and simple game mechanics, you’ll be getting to grips with these time travelling antics in no time.
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Brian is a gifted and eccentric scientist who has created a time machine and traveled into the past! But it turns out you can’t expect a careless stroll through the lands of the dinosaurs. His former friend, Doctor Terrible, is already here! He created a time machine before Brian and has already managed to install game machines in the dinosaur era! Can you stop Doctor Terrible? This adventure is full of mysteries, adventure, and of course, journeys through time! Do you know what you’ll encounter in this incredible adventure? 50 unique locations, a huge variety of quests, unique dinosaurs, and an exciting and uplifting plot – you can find all this in our game. Build structures, tame dinosaurs, play slots, organize resource distribution and construct unique buildings. Easy controls and simple game mechanics help you quickly get to grips with how it all works. But if you still have difficulties, you can always turn on the help menu.