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The player's character, referred to as a "slugcat", uses spears and rocks to survive in a hostile, ruined, and obtuse 2D world.[3][4] The player is given little explicit guidance and is free to explore the world in any direction[4] via pipes and passages that pass through over 1600 static screens, each with enemies that spawn in set locations and can then move from screen to screen.[5][6] The slugcat can jump, swim, and climb poles to avoid enemies while foraging for sparse food, which is used to hibernate in scarce, designated safe rooms. Hibernation resets the day cycle and saves the player's progress. If the player does not reach the hibernation point before the end of the day cycle, a crushing rain will pour, flooding the world and ensuring the slugcat dies through drowning or being pummeled by the rains. However, if the slugcat has not eaten sufficient food, it will not be allowed to hibernate normally. Instead it will wake up in starvation mode, where it becomes sluggish and faints often. Unless it eats enough food to fill up the hunger bar, it will not return to normal and will starve to death once the cycle ends through hibernation.[4]




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Enemies range from camouflaged plants to large vultures to Komodo dragon-like lizards and large aquatic creatures. Many enemies can kill the slugcat in one hit, and some species have different variations, such as the many types of lizards, all with unique abilities. The enemies spawn from set dens and can then move freely throughout rooms, meaning the player is faced with problems that they sometimes cannot avoid.[4] Enemies possess dynamic AI and exist in the game's world perpetually, even when not on the same screen as the player.[7] Players are expected to mainly evade the enemies[8], but they do need to experiment with spears to climb walls and knock fruit off of vines.[3] It is possible to kill enemies through the use of prolonged attacks, though attacking them is mainly used as a way to ward them off. However, this becomes more of a requirement in the base game's hardest campaign, Hunter, where the slugcat is a carnivore and must eat the flesh of other creatures to hibernate.[9] The slugcat, if holding an object in each hand, can swap their places by pressing the grab button twice.[5] It can also eat power-up plants, which grant status effects,[4] such as slowing time.[3]


The Downpour expansion adds five new campaigns, which are set during different points in the timeline, and enables local multiplayer for story modes. Each campaign features a new slugcat with new abilities. Spearmaster can create spears but must eat by attacking creatures, Rivulet is faster but has shorter day cycles, Gourmand has access to a crafting system, Artificer can double jump and create explosives, and Saint has a grappling tongue but is unable to throw spears.[12] Downpour also adds three new game modes: Safari mode lets players freely observe the world or control any living creature within it, Challenge mode provides 70 scored challenges, and Expedition is a semi-roguelike mode with random missions that award perks upon completion. Downpour's release was accompanied by the free Rain World Remix upgrade, which added accessibility options and ways to customize game difficulty.[13]


The Monk and Survivor campaigns share a similar plot. When a group of slugcats crosses a river in the rain, the Survivor slips off a pipe and falls, becoming separated from the others. The Monk is the Survivor's sibling. Regardless of which character is chosen, the slugcat wakes up alone to explore the abandoned world.


More information about the setting can be obtained by bringing pearls to a damaged robot named Looks to the Moon. She explains that the ancient civilization that once inhabited the world sought to escape the eternal cycle and succeeded, collectively ascending from existence. She and Five Pebbles are "iterators", AIs created by the ancients to calculate a way for every living organism to ascend. Iterators use vast quantities of water, causing the rain.


Primate, who is also known as James Therrien,[18] wrote Rain World's soundtrack, handled the indie studio's business,[8] and designed levels.[7] Primate first found the game on an indie game Internet forum and sent Jakobsson 12 tracks as a successful pitch. He originally composed a chiptune-style soundtrack with his musician partner Lydia Esrig, but turned to field recordings of litter for otherworldly sounds.[6] Rain World's music is low-fi and electronic. Primate wanted the music to approximate the game's eclectic visuals, which mix industrial, science fiction, jungle, and various architectural elements. In lieu of traditional character dialogue and narration, Rain World's story was partly communicated through its soundtrack. The early game sound is primitive and based on the slugcat's feelings of fear and hunger, and eventually builds to describe new areas.[8] Rain World has over 3.5 hours of recorded music across 160 tracks. At any given time, between eight and twelve tracks will simultaneously layer to create ambiance and respond to the slugcat's in-game context.[6] In December 2018, a vinyl edition of the soundtrack was released by Limited Run Games.[19]


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We have previously developed databases with software front-ends for North America that build on quality datasets generated by various research groups5,6,7,8. These original datasets are further enhanced by our software packages by using lapse rate adjustments that dynamically vary for each variable and each geographic location9, adjusting for the difference between the grid elevation and the elevation of the location of interest (i.e. obtained from a GPS position for a sample location, or through an elevation estimate from a high resolution digital elevation model). Previous work9,10,11 showed that this scale-free approach to estimating climate variables for specific locations significantly improved the statistical accuracy of climate estimates compared to the original grids. The European environment is amongst the most studied in many research fields, from agriculture to biology and forestry12,13, and a similar software for this region of the world was missing. The ClimateEU software we are presenting here aims to fill this gap.


Here, we aggregate and enhance several high-quality, publicly available databases that are integrated with a free, easy-to-use software frontend. This software package and database can be obtained from the figshare repository14 with the latest version also available via anonymous download at Our objective is to provide a comprehensive solution to: (1) generate climate grids for a wide range of climate variables and time periods at any resolution and in any projection for custom study areas; (2) accurately characterize climate conditions for a location and time period of interest, such as a study site, for which an on-site station data is not available or for which the station record is incomplete; (3) generate historical time series for one or many sample locations for time series analysis; and (4) provide simple access to future projections from 15 selected AOGCMs for climate change impact and adaptation planning that relies on comparing past 30-year climate normal conditions with those that may be expected over the coming decades.


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For the time being, only long distance trains on the Northern, Northeastern, and Southern lines will depart from the new terminal station. 62 trains such as local, commuter, and tourist trains, as well as all trains on the Eastern Line, will still depart from Bangkok Railway Station (Hua Lamphong). Click here for the full list. Despite reports in the media, the old terminal station will not close any time soon. By all accounts, it could still be around seven years from now. This is because they need to extend the Red Line down to a new elevated station next to the present terminal. This will probably take five years to build. As they are experiencing some difficulties with the route (it passes a royal palace), it will most likely be delayed.


Long distance trains on the Northern and Northeastern lines will leave the city from Krung Thep Aphiwat Central Terminal on the same elevated tracks as the Red Line electric trains. This will be quicker as there are less stations to stop at and no level crossings that often cause delays. In fact, after leaving the terminal station, there is only one other stop in Bangkok. This is the new elevated Don Mueang Station at the international airport. The next stop after this is the elevated Rangsit Station which is already outside of Bangkok. Other stations at ground level, such as Bang Khen and Lak Si will eventually be closed. This is because there are already ten new stations on the Red Line from Krung Thep Aphiwat to Rangsit (see map and details here). So, if you want to go to any of these stations in the future on your return journey, you can change to the Red Line at Rangsit. From what I understand, for a limited time, people with long distance tickets can ride the Red Line for free to help them get home. For trains on the Southern Line, they will leave on the elevated Red Line tracks with a stop at Bang Bamru Station. 041b061a72


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