You unknowingly captured one of my pastimes in game form and that's amazing! It has a few, what I thought to be, minor issues, but overall I quite enjoyed my time with it! The page here mentions that you can look around while aiming and that wasn't something that I picked up on while in the game and was one of my bigger criticisms that it was difficult to see where the sight was going when it went offscreen, and since I was unaware of it I can't really speak to its efficacy. As for the art and atmosphere, you absolutely nailed it! Glorious glowing neon space ship and grey metal galore! Maybe a little too much bloom in places but it was never distracting. The level design was pretty solid and did a good job of teaching the basics up until the last level, which I understand was supposed to be the final challenge, but it didn't end up drawing my attention in the right places which led to some frustrations in "where the hell am I going and what am I doing to get there?" It was only for a single level, but it was a substantial amount of the playtime. With some expansion on the established concepts, a bit more visual refinement and tweaking the later level design I can see this being somehting truly fantastic! But as it is, it's still pretty damn great!
A downloadable game for Windows and macOS
Woken up by an explosion, you are trapped on a doomed space station and must evacuate. Thankfully, the space station is used for testing prototype tools that you can use to escape. Take advantage of the Beam Angle Displacement Gun, use your angles, and escape the station!
Although designed to be played with an Xbox Controller, this game can be played with a mouse and keyboard.
W,A,S,D - Movement
Left Click - Fire Teleportation Beam
Hold Right Click - Fire Test Beam
Left Shift - Look Around while firing Test Beam
Jonathan Ospina Restrepo - 3D Artist
Download the zip file, Extract the files from the zip file, and run the .exe
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Thanks so much for playing and critiquing! We'll definitely take what you said into account. Level 2 is definitely overwhelming, and although I tried to section off areas a bit, there's definitely a lot more that can be done in regards to direction. Thanks again for the criticisms!