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Astlan
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Genre: Action
Platforms: PC
Players: Single-player
Posted:
Aug 30, 2012 @ 12:06pm

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Description
Astlan is a gravity game for PC.

The gameplay is all about controlling a ship versus the inertia and gravity. The challenge of flying your way through the levels was made exciting and fun thanks to an innovative approach of physics.

The fuel that powers the ship is limited, and the energy of the ship will go down on each collision. Dealing with the fuel consumption and the ship's life condition, the player must fly through 24 levels, avoid walls & traps, collect some special items and then land properly.

Artistically speaking, the visuals are not meant to be ultra-realistic. A simple cartoonish color scheme was developed.
The game itself happens in a 2D play-field, and the visuals are all handled in 3D, offering a depth experience that make it more compelling but does not overwhelm the gameplay.

Astlan full devlog

A detailled development log of Astlan can be in the TigSource forums :
http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=20609

Astlan Facebook support page

Please visit our Facebook page and support us :
http://www.facebook.com/AstroLander
89 Comments
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Heavy Unit Jul 14 @ 9:14pm 
Nice game! Yes! Voted!
Youth! Full Power!! Jun 8 @ 7:06am 
I'm expecting this game. Good luck greenlight. Cheer up~! :D
Metin.txt ☜☆☞ May 9 @ 5:33pm 
good.
HombreFelipe Mar 26 @ 6:55am 
Is there a demo available?
R1ot Epidem1x Mar 21 @ 12:40am 
wow
Bill Cipher Mar 17 @ 1:45pm 
Man Looks amazing I want it now!
dezw Mar 6 @ 12:31pm 
up
Bankmanden Jan 20 @ 5:32am 
like the old funny game
river Jan 17 @ 3:28pm 
It reminds me a lot of Solar Jetman back on the classic NES, which I used to love to play. plus, now my 7 year old son is interested in how this looks.
Mikerin Jan 17 @ 8:33am 
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