StarForge is a game about gathering resources, building bases, buying weapons, using strategy, and destroying your opponent’s bases to win the match. It is real time and set in a first or third person perspective. Set on an alien planet, the theme is high technology, mixed with old world building mechanics. Earth has been depleted and the humans transferred as much technology and resources as possible and left on a one way mission to populate another planet. They must forge a new star.

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Try out our upcoming menu system in your web browser.

Posted by wsworin on Aug 29th, 2012


We are growing really close to our next big release. However, in the meantime we hope you can try out our new menu system.

You will probably notice many of the design decisions we are planning to take with the game. StarForge will be a very deep game, but we are also building it to be very intuitive and easy to get into. I'll make a blog post about the design behind some of the more interesting pages in the near future. Also keep in mind that this is an early build and we understand there are some bugs or duplicated images used as placeholders. 

Let us know how it runs or how we can improve it. You can play it in your web browser through the link below:

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HTRK74JR
HTRK74JR Aug 29 2012, 11:02pm says:

star forge is awesome, but it is LAGGYY

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jacketsj
jacketsj Aug 30 2012, 12:32pm replied:

you said it!

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Cry_Wolf
Cry_Wolf Aug 29 2012, 11:36pm says:

Guys, for a moment I though you were dead. Keep up the good work!

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HammBoyTheDestroyer
HammBoyTheDestroyer Aug 30 2012, 7:27pm says:

Right now the only improvement I could really think of is a smoother tool-switching method. I for one have difficulty keeping track of the hotkeys. Perhaps you could add a sidebar which shows the different tools and the player could scroll between them? (By tools I mean the rifle, dig function, etc.) Other than that, everything seems to work well.

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Supremax
Supremax Aug 31 2012, 7:37am says:

The Gmod menu layout might be of good inspiration just in case.

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wsworin
wsworin Sep 1 2012, 7:56pm says:

Thanks for all the kind comments guys! Were definitely not dead, just working hard on the base tech and design which takes a while but needs to be done.

We plan to probably allow the player to visualize the hotkeys on the HUD should he choose. But this probably won't be from default as were trying to keep as much off the screen as possible. :)

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