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Gravity Wolf
 
 
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Genre: Action, Shooter
Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
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Post-PAX
PAX East
Omschrijving
Releasedatum: Late 2016
Gravity Wolf is a first person shooter about orbits, lasers, and recycling. Use planetary orbits to surf between strip mined planetoids, destroy the dangerous industrial robots left to rust on them, and recycle what you find to upgrade your spacesuit and weapons!



Features:
  • Surf along planet gravities with a unique orbital movement system
  • Explosive three-dimensional space combat
  • Battle industrial security to recycle abandoned mining operations
  • Face massive fortress planets with ridiculous firepower
  • Explore procedurally generated planet systems
  • Recycle scavenged weapons and equipment to upgrade your character

Gravity Wolf is being developed by Fun Ghost's Haunted Fun Factory LLC[www.funghost.com]



While orbiting a planet you can lock your momentum to glide in a straight line, then unlock it to snap back into orbit near another planet. This allows you to traverse solar systems using minimal fuel, whipping yourself from planet to planet. Mastering the movement system will allow you to travel further into the reaches of space, scavenge and recycle powerful upgrades and weapons, and use precise moves to navigate minefields and clouds of lasers.

Here's an example of a short path through a system; the players path is in pink.

and here's the same image, with some diagrams showing how the player can lock their direction to move between orbits.


Among the wreckage scattered through each zone, you'll find upgrades for your suit and weapons that you can use along with your orbit surfing abilities, to make longer excursions and find more equipment. Journeys increase in difficulty as you warp to new systems, with more heavily defended planets and eventually massive planet sized weapons standing in your way. Surf through a storm of enemy fire and escape their orbits to survive and clean up the stars.



The game is currently playable but not feature complete, with a prototype being shown at local events, including PAX East 2016. Development is continuing at a rapid pace, with new features and art being implemented frequently, so check back to see whats being added!

Thanks for checking the game out!



Gravity Wolf will be the third game built by Fun Ghost's Haunted Fun Factory LLC and is being developed primarily by CEO and Ghost Lord Chris Maire, assisted by a few talented pals. This small team brings with it many years of AAA PC industry experience in addition to multiple shipped independent projects.

3D Artist: G Coyle
Production Artist: Giuliana Funkhouser
Music: Chris O'Connell [theratproblem.tumblr.com]
Trailer: Ben Wilson (zerofiftyone)[www.zerofifty.one]
Misc. Ghost: Fun Ghost

Some fonts by Eeve Somepx[www.somepx.com], licensed under CC-BY[creativecommons.org]
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43 opmerkingen
Gentleman Giraffe 15 mei 2016 om 19:21 
I cannot wait to play this! I feel like it's gonna bend my brain in a dozen good ways.
Голос !
Waffledog 1 mei 2016 om 12:15 
Voat boat! This looked so awesome at PAX East.
hammersongames 29 apr 2016 om 1:23 
Vote!
Fredghostkyle 28 apr 2016 om 18:32 
I'm so excited!!!!!!!!!!!

Saw this at PAX East, looked awesome!!! :D :D :D:steamhappy:
ringalinga 27 apr 2016 om 18:55 
So much of this just so right!!!
Noah64 27 apr 2016 om 16:17 
Looks neat!
Fly Dream Dev 25 apr 2016 om 5:15 
Cool game! Vote yes!
BurnerSanders 24 apr 2016 om 19:46 
I played this game while visting pax, great game and amazing concept
pilotpig12 24 apr 2016 om 13:03 
played the game at pax and loved it!