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Author Topic: Hardcore puzzle for steampunkers  (Read 763 times)

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« on: September 30, 2019, 07:07:16 am »

Link to game:
Link to website:
Link to video trailer:

Spend nearly 4 years developing this hardcore puzzle in order to have a smart/safe mobile game with no violence elements.
Game which I developed for my kid. She is 3.5 years old but already knows all the planets in this game and who lives in them. With little help she can navigate a spaceship towards dying planets bringing help to them  Smiley

My artist appears to be a steampunker deeply in his heart.. but he does not know that.. When we started our game and 1st sketches appeared I was asking like what kind of style this art is?
He was not able to name it.

Just after a year when I started to showup at the game dev shows someone named it as "Steampunker game" Smiley Since then I became a steampunker Smiley

Will not go deeper in this.. but hey.. if you like play games. If you like play hardcore puzzles (real Newton physics involved) maybe this is a game puzzler for you?

If you don't like this game, please let me know as well. If you think that is not a steampunk style game, let me know Smiley


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« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2019, 10:25:26 pm »

As far as I can see it's only available for iPhone and iPad. This saddens and annoys me as I really like Kerbal and Machinarium.
Ho hum. Sad

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« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2019, 10:49:50 pm »

The screenshots look interesting, but sadly it won't run on Android.  Cry

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