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Signs of Life Wiki

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Welcome to the Official Signs of Life Wiki!

The Signs of Life compendium by the players, for the players.
We are currently maintaining 975 pages (282 articles).

Please feel free to contribute by creating new articles or expanding existing ones.
What is Signs of Life ?
Signs of Life is a sci-fi survival sandbox platformer with a combination of procedurally generated and hand-crafted content. You'll explore mysterious locations, Mine blocks for resources, and meet strange (and some familiar) creatures, some of which don't even want to kill you and eat your corpse. Along the way, you'll be able to craft armor, weapons, gadgets and more to assist you in surviving in an inhospitable environment.
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Crafting
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Melee Weapons
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Range Weapons
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Gadgets
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Tools
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Materials
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