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Retrobooster
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Arudis 14 apr. @ 1:28am 
Windows AND Linux support. And it looks so glorious. Would totally buy this on Steam
Really Slick  [autor] 2 apr. @ 12:54am 
Einexile, thank you very much for your support. Good to hear you're enjoying it so far.
einexile 1 apr. @ 11:42pm 
Well, I sprang for this and so far I am very pleased. The control is precise, the keys rebind, the sound effects are huge and satisfying. I had no performance issues, and even the starfield looks good. I'm impressed and looking forward to the rest of this game.
einexile 1 apr. @ 9:50pm 
@†The werewolf† Man what I wouldn't give for a new take on SubSpace.

Glad also to see Solar Jetman mentioned here. This game is practically an instant purchase for me. Having been disappointed recently by some recent games like Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet and Ring Runner, I was a little hesitant, but the rule is if you say Solar Jetman you get my money.
Really Slick  [autor] 1 apr. @ 3:50pm 
Yeah, I sent a bunch of review copies to YouTubers before the release and I'm always on the lookout for more reviewers of all types. I'd really like to see people do speedruns too. Just posted my own speedrun recently: http://www.reallyslick.com/blog/2014/03/demo-speed-run/
HaVoK308 1 apr. @ 1:45pm 
Everyone whould share this to their feed and ask their friends to Vote for it. You should give a copy to some youtubers as well. That always helps a lot.
Really Slick  [autor] 1 apr. @ 11:58am 
HaVoK308, this game is 80% of the way to the top 100. it's inching its way there but could still use a really big boost.
HaVoK308 1 apr. @ 9:30am 
How close do you think you are getting Greenlit?
Really Slick  [autor] 31 mart. @ 11:21am 
It's a mystery.
cyxceven 31 mart. @ 2:17am 
Why isn't this on Steam yet?
Njordr 17 mart. @ 4:56am 
Definitely interesting. Voted for Greenlight
Really Slick  [autor] 7 mart. @ 9:18pm 
Hi guys. The orignal game in the cave-flyer genre is usually said to be Gravitar from 1982, which sort of combined Asteroids and Lunar Lander. I hadn't seen Roketz before, but there have been a lot of cool entries in the genre like Thrust, Solar Jetman, and Oids. I played a ton of Oids back in the day. For this game I tried to do my own thing by making fast, demanding flying mechanics and a good variety of levels that add complexity and make you think.
fuguelike 6 mart. @ 8:31pm 
Maybe it's kind of a clone, maybe it isn't so bad though.
Naspartus 26 feb. @ 5:31am 
jacobMM 24 feb. @ 2:02pm 
cool looking game, I really hope it gets greenlit! Keep being a badass!
Really Slick  [autor] 10 feb. @ 2:26pm 
Thanks GnomeSlice. If I'm really lucky this Greenlight campaign will get a big boost when the game releases on February 21.
GnomeSlice 9 feb. @ 7:29pm 
This looks so rad. Good luck getting greenlit!
This game certainly catches my interest
Doctor Dirty 29 ian. @ 8:04pm 
Presented in OpenGEAHL! This reminds me of that old title "Hemispheres"
Really Slick  [autor] 27 ian. @ 7:48pm 
Glad you liked it, mycon. I hope it's even better now. Testers have been helping me fine-tune the levels, weapons, and difficulty since then.
mycon 27 ian. @ 2:47pm 
I met this guy and played this for a bit at a shin-dig here in SF, it was probably one of my favorite demos from the line-up.
Really Slick  [autor] 21 ian. @ 8:45am 
Thanks for the votes everyone. Got some good posts on different game sites with the release of the new trailer yesterday. Looks like it's helping.
HaVoK308 21 ian. @ 8:23am 
Not Greenlit yet?! Damn travesty.
†The werewolf† 21 ian. @ 2:42am 
Reminds me of SubSpace, but with updated graphics and new twists to the mechanics. Love it! Hope to see more of this soon!
Mike 21 ian. @ 2:36am 
Gameplay, graphics and visual effects look very cool. Can't wait!
Rox 21 ian. @ 1:48am 
LOL, I cought an article for this game on Joystiq and I'm thinking "this looks great, I need to get on Steam and give this game a thumbs up." So I pull up your Greenlight submission here and I find that I've already given it a thumbs up. Anyways, wish I could do more to help push this through but if not, I'll catch you on Desura. Joystiq article below:

http://www.joystiq.com/2014/01/21/indie-space-cave-explorer-retrobooster-lands-on-feb-21/
Eddy 10 ian. @ 6:31am 
cool game
Really Slick  [autor] 9 ian. @ 12:42am 
My thoughts exactly. I just got tired of waiting for someone to make this game. If you like dodging enemy fire, you've come to the right place.
Mr_me 8 ian. @ 5:52pm 
Finally! I love games like these where you have to dodge stuff but with a SPACESHIP and BATTLES?!?!?!?!? +10,000 to awesomeness scale
Tempestkiller 7 ian. @ 10:15am 
ver awesome + up to yes yes yes
RedTiberius 7 ian. @ 1:41am 
Love these kind of arcadey games
Agrabah 2 ian. @ 6:41pm 
Sexy
BaRTi 2 ian. @ 11:08am 
Looks great!
Ultramarine 2 ian. @ 12:06am 
Good looking game! It must be interesting.
Really Slick  [autor] 31 dec., 2013 @ 7:13pm 
Hi Psyncro. Reverse thrust has been there since the beginning and it's going to stay. The original goal of this game was to make the ship much more responsive than in other cave-flyers, so reverse thrust is very important.
Psyncro 31 dec., 2013 @ 12:21pm 
Please leave the back-arrow (reverse) in. Games with ships usually leave out backing up. For me, it's an essential part of what makes this game fun and makes it possible to dodge stuff. Back up, spin around, then quick advance fire is my favorite. So is turning sideways to thrust dodge.
Trygon11 30 dec., 2013 @ 12:37pm 
Looks like it could be really fun and challenging. Will keep an eye on this :)
Really Slick  [autor] 21 dec., 2013 @ 8:58pm 
Thanks guys. I'm so close to having all the functional parts of the levels fixed up I can taste it. Have to start planning the release real soon and then work more on cosmetic stuff.
Cpt. Nick 21 dec., 2013 @ 6:41am 
Looks awsome!
SmashRiot 20 dec., 2013 @ 11:15am 
Retrobooster looks really great! I'm very excited for the impending release and hope this gets picked up on steam!
Really Slick  [autor] 12 dec., 2013 @ 10:16am 
Right now I'm looking at a final price of $18 and a pre-order price of $12: http://reallyslick.com/retrobooster/ It's hard to say how much of that will change before this game makes it to Steam.
Technetium 12 dec., 2013 @ 1:21am 
Any ideas of the final steam price?
Really Slick  [autor] 10 dec., 2013 @ 10:33am 
Hey thanks. Yeah, Tobiah was a good host. I'm not much of a talker, but he leads the conversation well and asks good questions.
NINJA{PIG} 10 dec., 2013 @ 12:13am 
Awesome saw you on Be Indie Now. Here's my approval.
Really Slick  [autor] 8 dec., 2013 @ 9:43pm 
Glad to hear it, Giant Bacon Waffle Donut Guy. Smoooooth is definitely what I was going for with the physics and feel of the controls.
Psyncro 6 dec., 2013 @ 8:01pm 
Just finished playing through the demo twice. Awesome. As an old-school asteroids/subspace/lunar lander fan, this game is amazing. Plugs right into my brain and reflexes. Smooooooth
Alantalan 4 dec., 2013 @ 7:31am 
:)
Chris0393 3 dec., 2013 @ 10:32am 
Local co-op sounds good something that isn't really around on PC these days
Really Slick  [autor] 17 oct., 2013 @ 9:14pm 
We'll just get each other a beer and call it even.
Airbozo 17 oct., 2013 @ 8:20pm 
I'm definately addicted now. Not sure if I owe you lunch next time for all the fun so far or if you owe me for all the time I've lost... lol!