Based in New York, United States
12 May, 2015
Aeronauts from the Vlaskov Kommonwealth and Victory Empire, respectively, are responsible for the launch codes to the super weapons of their rival nations. High above the planet’s surface, each crew member wields an integral function of the space station Samovar V (Gravity and Rotation), and attempt to wrest control of the fate of humankind by jettisoning their opponent into the upper atmosphere.
Our first Ludum Dare entry, where you had to crate a game in under 48 hours. The theme was “Unconventional Weapons”. The unconventional weapon? The control of the gravity and/or rotation of the ship of course! You and your opponent are trying to smack each other violently against the wall by switching up the gravity or rotating the very metallic floor under their feet. The game was featured in several categories and ranked in the top 300 overall.
- The goal: Have a higher kill count than your opponent before the timer runs out. Debris, electricity, saw blades and more can kill you!
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Awards & Recognition
- "Ludum Dare 32: Top 100 in the Audio Category." 12 May, 2015
- "Ludum Dare 32: Top 200 in the Mood Category." 12 May, 2015
- "Ludum Dare 32: Top 200 in the Innovation Category." 12 May, 2015
- "Ludum Dare 32: Top 300 in the Theme Category." 12 May, 2015
- "Ludum Dare 32: Top 300 Overall." 12 May, 2015
- "Wow, really great level of polish on this one. Beautiful graphics and great audio. The core mechanic is hilarious, too. Great work!"
- Pat Kemp, Ludum Dare Comment
- "This is really clever and just artistically pleasing to look at. I love the scanline/tube tv effect (had to use a larger screen/resolution), and the music is really immersive."
- Corgi Commander, Ludum Dare Comment
- "5/5 Best entry I've seen so far. Excellent job with graphics and mood, and I loved the interpretation of the theme. Very original and polished stuff. Would definitely rape my friends in this on consoles. Also lost my shit at the turtle song :D"
- Vvolis, Ludum Dare Comment
- "Awesome music and general vibe. Like the clever rotation/gravity mechanic too."
- Master of Nan, Ludum Dare Comment
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Fabraz is an independent game development studio based in New York. Drawing from minds and talent found in New York, Boston, Berlin, Zurich, Bangkok and more, it is a breeding ground of creativity. Its first games were Cannon Crasha and Planet Diver and were met with critical success thanks to appearances on Kotaku, IGN and Apple's own store features. Their newest game, Slime-san, debuted as a Humble Monthly title and was nominated for several awards including the Indie Prize, Bit Awards, Making Games, GDWC and more. It was part of the Indie Arena Booth selection, was on display at the Smithsonian and was featured by Nintendo and Metacritic numerous times. Fabraz is also behind several other interesting prototypes such as the Wild Wild Pixel, Silhouetted Sovereign and Game Jam titles such as Mutiny on Samovar V and Andari Prime. In addition to self-developed video games, Fabraz has also initiated a publishing program to release unique independent games from other developers to the Nintendo Switch. The first title being SpiritSphere DX.
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Mutiny on Samovar Credits
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