Help this game get on Steam!

Take a look around and learn about this game. If this is something you'd like to see available on Steam, you can help by rating it up using the buttons below. Click here to learn more about this process.

The Tide
Favorite
Favorited
Unfavorite
Genre: Strategy
Platforms: PC, Linux
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Posted:
Updated:
May 7 @ 5:50pm
May 8 @ 4:58pm

Would you buy this game if it were available in Steam?

Yes
No thanks /
Not interested
Ask me
again later
Recent Announcements View All (2)
Sounds
Future Development
Description
The tide is a 3d voxel based strategy game, closely related to tower defense type games. The player must mine and process blocks to built towers to combat the spreading Tide, epileptic organisms bent on assimilating all organic life. Protect your ship, and yourself. Each buildings stats are dependent on the blocks used to build it, choose from 3 types of Tide fighting buildings, and a variety of support buildings. Play through the campaign, or on randomly generated worlds.
Popular Discussions View All (1)
2
May 9 @ 11:17am
Sounds
pi-max
47 Comments
< >
SNOW Jul 28 @ 5:08am 
voted
Conway Jul 7 @ 10:18am 
The bastard son of Minecraft and Creeper World (Which is availible on Steam and you shoulld get it if you like the concept. Has nothing to do with Minecraft Creepers, trust me.)
OmNOM Jul 6 @ 7:12pm 
Putting time into trailers can have a bigger impact than you might think... just a thought.
lostboy Jun 29 @ 7:37pm 
Voted yes and would make videos (if allowed) to give this more attention. Any chance I can get a steam key if you get greenlit? Thanks, good luck.
wannaplay Jun 19 @ 11:16am 
nice
Crystal Swag Castle Jun 14 @ 10:36am 
another minecraft rip-off
The Tiny Wizard Who Says Nii May 23 @ 12:13pm 
garbage
stan May 18 @ 5:06pm 
Ugly, broken textures, half the window border around the video… Ughh… No.
Maelstrom May 18 @ 1:18pm 
Massive 3D rip-off of creeper worlds 1 through 3. nothing new or original. downvoted.
pi-max  [author] May 15 @ 8:38pm 
Yeah, I used minecraft texture to troubleshoot a depth perception problem sometime during development, hadn't thought about it until recently. I posted a screenshot of a menu I've been working on, turns out the game will have map edit/save/load functionality.