Uncover the secrets of Maize’s world.
Maize is a first-person adventure game made by Finish Line Games. With a colourful cast of characters and an absolutely absurd world, Maize offers up a unique experience that keeps the surprises coming. Explore an abandoned farm and a not-so-abandoned underground research facility as you uncover the mysteries around Maize, and possibly learn a bit about yourself along the way. What happens when two scientists misinterpret a memo from the U.S. Government and create sentient corn?
Release Date: 1 December, 2016
Developer: Finish Line Games
Publisher: Finish Line Games
Genre: Adventure, Indie
OS: Win 7
CPU: Dual-core Intel or AMD, 2.0 GHz
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA GeForce 460 GTX | AMD Radeon 6870 HD
HDD: 11 GB
OS: Win 7 64
CPU: Quad-core Intel or AMD, 3.0 GHz
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: AMD Radeon RX 480 | NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760
HDD: 11 GB
- Solve environmental puzzles that get more and more absurd the further you delve into the adventure
- Immerse yourself and explore Maize’s fully-realized environment, featuring a cornucopia of areas to explore (see what we did there?)
- Meet some friends and enemies along the way, which include a very small grumpy Russian robot bear and an unhinged corn stalk who’s a bit of a jerk
- Uncover the secrets of Maize’s world, as you try and figure out what it is the corn really want, aside from a very good nap
Maize is a first person adventure game about sentient corn, and the scientists who developed them. Game starts off strong dropping you in the middle of a mysterious farm with just hints as to what lies beneath the surface. As you venture into the research facility, the story focuses more on the scientist’s overly dramatic relationship with each, rather than the how or why of the whole situation, so expect to read a lot of dialog on post-it notes from these two. Because you are a silent protagonist, much of the backstory is told through post-it notes, the quest items themselves, the set pieces, and even the item-hunt collectibles placed randomly throughout the game. Maize has a ridiculously fun and silly concept, and it’s definitely a game that doesn’t take itself seriously. The game's ridiculousness is the game's greatest strength.