When a city cradled in the shadow of a dam boasts it%26rsquo;s the safest place ever built, gut instinct warns us that trouble%26rsquo;s a%26rsquo; brewin%26rsquo;. Unfortunately for the residents of Geo City, gut instincts seem to be in short supply (alongside motor skills, common sense, and fashion taste), so when the dam actually crumbles, they%26rsquo;re totally unprepared. It%26rsquo;s your job to keep the key players alive, and in the process, unravel the sinister truth behind the dam%26rsquo;s collapse. Raw Danger is an adventure-style disaster survival game in the same vein as 2003%26rsquo;s Disaster Report (it's actually the sequel).
You play through the night of the disaster five times, with five seemingly innocuous, unrelated characters. As you progress, you%26rsquo;ll discover that choices made in one story branch affect the paths of others. For example, if you shimmy up a pipe as one character, you're taking the easier route, but you%26rsquo;ll knock over a road sign that%26rsquo;ll block the path of another character. In the corner, you%26rsquo;ll see that second character puzzling over where to go, and you%26rsquo;ll remember that moment when you play through his story later. It%26rsquo;s unfortunate that these interactive moments are few because they are one of the few compelling aspects of this game.