Following a profitable displaying as a part of EGX Rezzed’s Leftfield Collection, indie studio Exbleative have simply launched their Kickstarter for the momentum-based house exploration sport, Exo One. Acting as a recreation of humanity’s first failed mission outdoors of our Solar System, Exo One has gamers slingshotting themselves between planets, discovering extra about life past our solar.
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Based on the trailer and former demos, Exo One is mechanically just like the cellular sport Tiny Wings, which sees gamers choosing up momentum in a sequence of peaks and troughs to launch a small chook into the air. Instead of a cute chook, gamers management a morphing spacecraft which modifications between a clean ball and a glider on command. By choosing up pace on downslopes, gamers can then launch themselves into the air, shift into glider mode and discover extra of the planet. As you progress between Exo One’s 12 procedurally generated worlds, pilots will acquire extra skills to hurry up exploration.
While the landscapes will probably be procedurally generated, every planet has its personal distinctive geology, climate and skyscapes. You can go anyplace on these planets, however the sport’s mysterious voice over will ultimately level you to the following world. There is a narrative to uncover as you proceed your journey, with the participant ultimately discovering out what made this house mission so ill-fated.
Exbleative are presently asking for $35,00zero AUD to make Exo One, with it scheduled to launch in early 2018 in the event that they attain their funding objective. So far, it’s deliberate for launch on PC, with Mac and Linux variations to be thought of post-launch.