• Publisher: EMBERGEP
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 30.4 MB
  • Version: 1.0
  • Price: $6.99
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App description: The future-retro space adventure game with the mixed feeling of the 80's and the far future. It's amazing.

Goodbye Spacework iOS version. Till 17th of May Spacework has this very friendly price. On May 18 and 19 Spacework will have a very high price, just for fun :) After that the our iOS membership will be over. So Spacework will disapear from the App Store.
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The surface of the Titan is soaked by acid precipitation. You receive alarm-signals from the inhabitants. They have also mentioned a monolith having disappeared not long before this strange substance started to fall. You and your team set off to investigate the situation and organise the evacuation of the Titanians. On your way, the team is attacked, and you are the only one who survives. The attackers take you and your ship to their planet, the Triton and leave you alone in a zone under control. You want to look around, but you've been locked up.

The pledge of your escape is 4 keys. If you have obtained them, activate them at the wall of the building. According to the extra information you can find on the keys, there is a crater on the planet, where a monolith is hidden inside the communication layer. The layer can be opened by a key consisting of 8 parts.

Having got out of the zone, find the parts of the key which opens the layer. You need to scrape through the territory of attacking and regenerating enemies. Beware of the collectors, because they can take away the parts of the key from you, and don't forget: if the attackers weaken you, recharge yourself at the energy depots.

Having collected all the parts of the key which opens the layer, stand into data stream at the bottom of the crater so that the monolith can be uploaded onto you. Teleport yourself to the surface.

Go to the landing-ground, pick up 4 units of fuel and fill up your ship. At last, you can set off for the Titan...


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Like in the classic, famous games (Antiriad, Nodes of Yesod, Cybernoid) you need to find out how to accomplish the tasks and you need to learn using the control pads.

You, your iPad and the Spacework.

Good luck for this sophisticated, totally artificial and future-retro game!

*** On iPad 1 the full screen anti-aliasing is disable.
*** Spacework is not retina display optimized yet.

goiMot's comments:






Demo:
http://spaceworkgame.com/page/demo/
12-21-2012, 10:39 AM
#11
I still have my original disks of Armor-Geddon (DOS) and Rad Soldier (C64, Antirad US title)

Too bad it's iPad-only, Imagonnasnaggit but won't be able to check it out until this weekend...

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Squids!?

Worst idea ever!
12-21-2012, 01:53 PM
#12
I wish Sony didn't buy out Psygnosis. They ruined that company. Armor-geddon was one of my favorite Amiga games too. I would love to see a company like this do something similar on ipad with the same graphics style as the game in this topic. You really felt like you were part of something big in armor-geddon.

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