Positech's battlefleet manager game, Gratuitous Space Battles, is now available to purchase. To celebrate this space-fact the demo for the game has been posted, which means you can all have a play of the game without having to pay a penny. Get it here. Cliffski says to expect more development, as well as mods, in the coming months.
Gratuitous Space Battles
11 years ago
It looks like Cliffski wants modding to start for Gratuitous Space Battles even before he's properly released the game, as he's releasing the ship models for people to fiddle with. "Basically I couldn't think of a good reason not to give modders access to the raw models that are used to make the art in the game," says Cliffski, "and I know that if I…
Jim and Kieron got to talking about the beta of Gratuitous Space Battles. Their ruminations follow.
Earlier today we talked to Positech's Cliff "Cliffski" Harris about his new game, Gratuitous Space Battles. There was also some discussion of a Saddam Hussein sim, the pitfalls of outsourced indie art, and the problems of small-playerbase multiplayer.
In space, no-one can hear you be gratuitous.Space is gratuitous. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly gratuitous it is. Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Gratuitous. Ack, it's no good. I just can't decide which stereotypical sci-fi quote to tiresomely rip-off. Instead, just watch this video of Cliffski 'Gets A Bit Feisty' Harris' new'un. BOOM.
Positech have been busy capturing the essence of spacewar for their new strategy/management/simulation game, Gratuitous Space Battles, and we get a glimpse of it here: giant, glacial capital ships firing colossal beam lasers through swarms of tiny fighter craft. Yeah, that's the stuff. Cliffski knows what to do. Now go! Witness those titular space battles below. (And I have to say, this one really interests…
12 years ago
Positech (Kudos, etc) have announced a new game: Gratuitous Space Battles. That is all.
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