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What’s Yours Is Mined: Cloudbase Prime

By Adam Smith on August 22nd, 2014.

Cloudbase Prime is a first-person platformer with shooting elements. That’s a fine change from first-person shooters with ‘platforming elements’ in the form of a context-sensitive ‘jump’ button used once during a fourteen minute long singleplayer campaign. Originally created as part of the 7 Day FPS Challenge back in 2012, it’s a game about survival on a floating mining platform in deep space. Enormous robots are attacking the platform and your goal is to survive for as long as possible by propelling them (and yourself) from hex to hex. The key to your survival is not found in the barrel of a gun but in the terrain-manipulating Architect tool. The freshly baked alpha is free.

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Best Games Of 7 Day FPS.. That Don’t Have Any Shooting

By Nathan Grayson on June 19th, 2012.

I was going to start off by explaining in excruciating detail the precise meaning of “7 Day FPS,” but I see Alec already took care of that – though admittedly, I tend to believe Doom evolved from tadpole creatures after John Romero’s hair collided with the laws of physics and caused the Big Bang. Oh well. To each his own. So then, that out of the way, how about we dive right in? The 7 Day FPS challenge yielded hundreds of bite-sized manshoots, but honestly, many of the most inventive first-person shoot-ers chose to do things that hard way and not laboriously slaughter 534853 armed thugs. Let’s have a look, shall we?

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