Posts Tagged ‘Defect SDK’

Mutinous Ship-Builder Defect Now Has a Demo

Defect is just over half-way through a $40,000 Kickstarter campaign and has more than half of its total still to raise. Now, if you’re unconvinced by the videos and words in the pitch, you can download a demo to see if an actual chunk of the game is enough to sway you into tipping your hat and credit card in the direction of developers Three Phase Interactive.

The premise is simple – construct a spaceship, using beautiful sci-fi-retro-styled weapons and parts, and then hunt that same ship down when the crew eventually rebel and eject you into space.

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Defect SDK Will Use Your Creations Against You

Confusingly titled spaceship builder Defect SDK had me staring at my monitor like a monkey at a monolith. Why are they selling a defective SDK? How is that a game? I asked, but the people of Forbidden Chatroom of Mystery were of no help: Jim only communicates with screenshots of Sir, John is singing this song: “I am best! I am best! I’m the best one of the lot!”, and Adam is from Manchester and scares me. I was left to figure it all out on my own. After calling my dad, we had it sussed: the “Defect” part means the crew of your ship could steal if from you at any moment, and “SDK” stands for “Spaceship Destruction Kit”. No, it’s not a very helpful name, but now I’ve had it explained to me I quite like the concept, and the trailer has some lovely moments
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