it looks so cool, i hope y'all come back to this
A downloadable game for Windows
This is a cooperative multiplayer game about debugging and troubleshooting interconnected systems on a space ship.
It's inspired by our lines of work, which involve troubleshooting and debugging similar systems, though usually not in space.
Sadly we overscoped this and many of the things we wanted to put in did not make it in time. This includes tested and thought-out gameplay. This is more of a tech demo to show what kind of game we could make with this. Maybe we will upload a post-jam version that will be totally cool?
Also, servers are booted up as people request them (we are not made of money), so please be patient while they start, which might take a minute or two. Get water or something.
If you want to run the game on Linux or macOS, you can attempt to build it yourself (it is possible): https://github.com/pfirsich/7dfps_2020/
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Is this game still under development ? I looked over at the git-hub and last push was 3 months ago
We did work on it for a while, but we kinda stopped. I don't think the chances are very high we will pick it up again.
Seems like it could turn out really well, although it seems there's no real gameplay (due to the engine needing the reactor to be up, and that doesn't seem to be complete enough to make power).
I look forward to seeing how this all turns out though, and I wish you the best of luck!
We did work on it for a few more weeks, but we did lose some steam and I'm not sure if we will pick it up again. I agree that this might be cool though. If there ever is a new release, we will post it here, of course.
You could check out Viscera clean up detail for something in the same genre
nice looking level. just read through your notes on github and i like the direction. hope you keep building this.
Thank you! I am actually still working on it after the jam ended, which is a first for me. I think it has some potential and I hope I get far enough to put in some gameplay and see if it actually works well!