In the lawless parts of the galaxy, massive corporations duke it out in all-out corporate warfare and espionage. You play as a Data-Thief: a skilled pilot who can fly into a corporate facility, grab their data, and then fly out again. Getting the data is a cakewalk. It's escaping back to your mothership that's the challenge. The whole planet is on high-alert and the corporation's private army is on your tail. You'll have to speed across a variety of alien environments while fighting off your pursuers if you want to see safety.
You can play the web version of the game here: Renegadesector.com
I've finally released the web version of Flight of the Data-Thief. You can play it in your browser here: Renegadesector.com
Flight of the Data-Thief is a 3D Rail-Shooter where you fly across a series of alien landscapes trying to escape from dangerous pursuers.
The game has a total of 9 levels (some of which can only be found by discovering hidden exits to levels).
I hope you enjoy.
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@Seagaia2 My favorite part is that the features list reads like a "design doc" a kid in the 90s would have written in his school notebook.
Mar 8 2014, 1:48pm
Look at you, following your pathing code. Okay, now you're a bit confused, but-hey, where are you going!? Don't leave! That's not your path!
Mar 1 2014, 4:36pm
Ah, the moment when you realize the problem was that code you commented out to debug a previous problem.
Mar 1 2014, 4:29pm
RT @Campster: Dear everyone in games: Can we stop saying "intellectual property" when we mean "title" or "series?" Let's make things a litt…
Feb 28 2014, 4:39pm
Finally hacked together a way for the pathfinding plugin I'm using to work with the tile-reading plugin I'm using and Unity's broken 2D.
Feb 27 2014, 4:13pm
@tegiminis But, I mean, Paper's Please has more agency and is more system oriented than a lot of AAA shooters.
Feb 27 2014, 12:10am
@tegiminis But ultimately those choices end up being futile.
Feb 27 2014, 12:08am
@tegiminis You can be nice to people and let them through at the cost of your family's well-being or you can try to stick to the rules...
Feb 27 2014, 12:08am
@tegiminis Basically. And, if anything, the agency adds to the meaning. All the tiny decisions you can make during your job...
Feb 27 2014, 12:07am