Posts Tagged ‘Reassembly’

Construct Starships & Deconstruct Enemies In Reassembly

Reassembly screenshot

Hey there, space captain! What’s your favourite part of being a space captain? If your answer to that question is “spaceships”, I have some fine news to share.

I was mighty pleased when Reassembly [official site] launched earlier this week, having been intrigued by its rogue-ish gameplay and snap-together spacecraft construction for some time. I’ve since spent a little time with the game and it’s not disappointed, although my homely designs have.

I’ve a few initial thoughts on the game, but first check out this sumptuous trailer: Read the rest of this entry »

Building Spaceships Like I’m Seven Again: Reassembly

My love of video games partly comes down to not owning enough Lego when I was younger to build spaceships to fight each other. Thankfully, digital Lego is plentiful and cheap. Reassembly has lots and lots, letting you use a variety of pre-constructed spaceship sections to build ever-increasing sizes of ship and destroy others, harvesting their pieces for yourself. It’s a cool concept, a bit like an expanded Captain Forever, and its blueprint-y look particularly caught my eye. Creator Arthur Danskin is looking for $28k (~£17k) on Kickstarter to finish the game up.

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