[PC] Airship Asunder - A Live-Action Steampunk Board Game/Sim

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  1. Salrough

    Salrough New Member

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    Hi everyone!

    My name's Rick Donnelly, I'm the developer of Airship Asunder. I have been working on this throwback project for about a year, and have plans for more improvements. Now, to find an audience. Thanks for your time!

    ---- AIRSHIP ASUNDER

    Captain your mighty airship and expand your steampunk empire, on a quest to save the world from ruin! Bend the flat earth to your will with powerful magic spells, search ancient temples for lost relics, and defeat the evil forces of the vicious Pirate King! With each relentless five-second turn, the land around you slowly crumbles into the abyss. Will you stand against the chaos and reclaim your dying world, or will it be torn asunder?

    Airship Asunder mixes a blend of beloved classic 2D games like Seven Cities of Gold, Ultima IV, Colonization, M.U.L.E. and Intellivision’s Utopia into one experience, with a nod to the nostalgic days of dot matrix printers and monochrome displays. Using server-authoritative architecture, the game moves easily from an engaging single-player colonization adventure to a multiplayer world capable of supporting hundreds of players. Take your solo play online at any time!

    Airship Asunder is available now at itch.io - early adopters get 70% off!

    Launch Trailer
    Beta Trailer
    Heavy Pirate Assault

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