The game also encourages players to both construct and destruct, with the ability to create turrets and walls (etc) in real-time while they play, or destroy the environment as they see fit, possibly uncovering secrets. The AI will be advanced and the game has been dubbed as being “easy to learn but difficult to master”.
"We decided to go low poly for several reasons... First off, we love the crisp, bold, abstract look. It also minimizes complexity so we can focus on making a great game that will run smooth, even on old hardware..."
Two of the prior games were both successfully Greenlit by the Steam Community, with 3079 (2011) receiving “mixed” reviews from users and 3089 (early 2014) receiving “very positive reviews, and both games currently on sale with sixty percent off of the RRP (£4.99 for 3079 and £6.99 for 3089) to coincide with the release of the KickStarter Campaign.
Article Credit: Illisia Adams.