Sometimes, devs will just contact on Twitter with “try out our game” or something along those lines, which isn’t a bad thing. It doesn’t hurt to reach out in such a straightforward manner and it’s just what @CircixGame did, so here’s a post about Circix.
0RBITALIS is a space-based physics puzzler developed by Alan Zucconi which has landed on Steam’s Early Access. The game is a result of something to come out of the Ludlum Dare 28 gamejam and picked up by publisher Mastertronic.
Alan Zucconi said “When I developed 0RBITALIS, I didn’t expect it to get so much attention and interest from players. Finally being able to see it on Steam is a moment I don’t think I’ll forget.”
Andy Payne, CEO of Mastertronic, added “As soon as I met Alan I loved him and as soon as our team saw 0rbitalis they wanted to work on it. Over a cup of tea, with biscuits, we agreed to work together. I hope this is the beginning of a beautiful partnership.”
The mission: control the trajectory of a satellite in different celestial situations to have it successfully orbit the various objects in the given time limit. The objective: figure out which direction to push the satellite so that it won’t collide into any other objects while staying in orbit. Stay alert – you only get one chance to launch the satellite before you are left to the mercy of the gravitational pulls from other planets.
Test your staying power with probing missions and scan celestial bodies for the perfect launch time. Success is not just determined by how long you last in orbit – points are awarded by more complex orbits. With over 50 missions to explore and innovative in-game interaction, 0RBITALIS offers a unique experience blending simple but effective visual artistry with physics perfection. The music and audio by composer Doseone, known for the soundtrack of “Samurai Gunn”, adds a unique atmosphere to the game. Ambient music and static noise are fused at runtime to enhance the player’s perception of being in space.
0RBITALIS Gets Early Steam Access 0RBITALIS is a space-based physics puzzler developed by Alan Zucconi which has landed on Steam’s Early Access.
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