This game has been Greenlit by the Community!

The community has shown their interest in this game. Valve has reached out to this developer to start moving things toward release on Steam.

Airscape: The Fall of Gravity
Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Oct 8, 2013 @ 8:15am
Mar 19 @ 11:04am
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Pre-Release demo available and GDC announcement!
Release date: 2014
Airscape: The Fall of Gravity is a fast-paced platformer set on an alien world during a cataclysmic mechanical invasion. The game's unique gravity system allows for the creation of beautiful, mind-boggling levels that bring fresh challenges to players. An assembly of devious, intelligent obstacles and enemies make the game a difficult, intense, and exciting experience.

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  • Innovative gravity system that will have players flipping and revolving around the level
  • Unique swimming mechanic that meshes perfectly with the gravity gameplay
  • Physics-based terrain allows the level to shift around the player in a moment's notice
  • Original full orchestral soundtrack
  • Did we mention that the player-character is an octopus in a helmet?

Airscape is a game created entirely by students from around the world. Daniel West, the project lead, programmer and designer, is a recently graduated high school student from Wollongong, Australia. Claudia Starke, our artist, is a third year university student from Germany. Sam Gossner, the composer of the game's orchestral musical score, is a college freshman from New England, in the U.S.

Airscape is slated for release on PC, Mac, and Linux in 2014.
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lordfizzwigit Mar 28 @ 4:19pm 
This is gonna be awesome! I CANNOT WAIT TO PLAY THIS.
crrockwell14 Mar 26 @ 3:53pm 
Do want
[BSG] Uber Cat Tank Mar 24 @ 4:05pm 
Looks great!, I might get a copy!
darude&storm Mar 19 @ 11:34am 
Congrats on getting greenlit, I might end up picking this up at some point.
fungusdude4 Mar 18 @ 8:50pm 
This is pretty solid so far. That camera moves really quickly, though, and the levels can be a bit uncomfortable to look at. It's also difficult to judge jump trajectory on curved planetoids, especially in bodies of water. Still hoping you get on Steam. Good luck!
Kir Kanos Mar 14 @ 6:03pm 
I can't believe this hasn't made it on Steam yet! I'll buy the absolute crap out of this game and probably a few extra copies for friends. Great work!
Olixaro Mar 10 @ 2:15pm 
This game is awesome! You should totally add a stage builder where you could make your own stages and challenge your friends to try your stage. If you do I will buy this game and convince my friends to get it or buy it for them!
Portal-Penguin Mar 5 @ 8:59pm 
looks very very cool i wish it was already avalible
30/30 Feb 25 @ 3:31pm 
Awesome work, from a fellow C2 dev. :)
Jehosophat Feb 25 @ 5:46am 
So excited for this game! Great work guys. I can't wait to play the whole thing.