The young crowd at Cybernetic Walrus have released their futuristic racing game Antigraviator on Steam Greenlight and are now looking for votes. If you’re not impressed with the trailer below, or the fact that this game is being made by a team of senior DAE students, here are three good reasons why you should give the game the good old thumbs up.
First of all, the game looks like the handsome love child of Mario Kart and WipeOut. Taking place on a futuristic race track, players can either outrace their opponents or use a variety of tricks to slow them down. Blow them to smithereens, trap them in collapsed tunnels or pester them with falling bricks: it’s not fighting dirty if it means you’ll cross the finish line first.
Secondly, you can download a demo version of the game right now! However far from final, it will give players a general idea of what the team is trying to achieve. In its final form Antigraviator will feature 3 vehicle types, with custom parts to configure your ship, 12 tracks, a single player versus AI mode and an online multiplayer mode (features subject to change).
Last but not least: to celebrate the move to Greenlight Cybernetic Walrus updated their website. Next to an interesting devblog, they also posted some stellar new screenshots that were immediately chosen as best of #screenshotsaturday on Twitter.