Last Jungle In Sector 17 is an action strategy indie game. It tells a story of a lone spacecraft pilot Ryder and his only company, an advanced artificial intelligence - Johnny. Together they must struggle for survival on a forgotten space station. Latter being their only home and shelter in the vast expanse of space, unfortunately also the main target of the enemy.
They start out with nothing but a single fighter craft, though as the events progress they gain access to defense turrets, tactical structures, allied crafts (piloted by Johnny) and different upgrades. All of that gives them some edge against an enemy who's strength is mainly in numbers, but also in crafts specifically designed for destruction and obliteration.
In ljis17 the player can choose between many play styles and stick with whichever suits him best, but in the end, the only path to success is a well thought out strategy.
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Developer commentary video: Youtube.com
Main features:-Deep story told through in-game dialogue and graphic novel style sections.-Zero gravity open space 2D environment.-Arcade style space shooter combined with RTS style base building.-Huge space battles through the use of boids.-Various allied and enemy units with special abilities like teleportation, EMP wave, kamikazee...-Different defense turrets and tactical structures.
More Info: Ljis17.com
Latest tweets from @ljis17
Aug 1 2015
OhThatJohn, from russia did a video review of ljis17, you can watch it here(it's in russia) :) T.co
Feb 17 2014
@HeartBotEscape come vote for us!
Sep 22 2013
We developers, are arguing which zoom level should be default, check them out and let us know which you like best: T.co
Sep 9 2013
Good news, the game is still in the works, we decided to go with some Flash gaming site sponsorship so we are looking for one now.
Sep 4 2013
Funding Unsuccessful :( though it was funny when one guy pledged $500 in the last minutes :D T.co
Aug 28 2013
The End is Nigh, 15 hours left on our Kickstarter, still $3.6k to go: T.co
Aug 27 2013
End of the line. Here's a conclusive article about our Kickstarter experience: T.co
Aug 26 2013