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This was great, I really enjoyed it :) :) :)

About to download the game, but noticed there's a webGL build. You should set the game to 'HTML' in the itch game page editor. (Also 'this file will be played in the browser' checkbox next to the zip upload itself).

Fun stuff! First-person was pretty scary so I tended to look at the minimap instead. I really enjoyed planning my route and racing as fast as possible during some intense alien chases.

So freaking cool! I found it fairly difficult to navigate but I was constantly surrounded by really great and interesting visuals/audio. Love the way you made the tutorial too!

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This gave me a good laugh and had a neat system on top of it.

I think after a few encounters I was starting to get tired, but then when I had more practice and started getting 2 or 3 'No thanks' in quick succession, it became pretty addictive!

Edit: Itch had a bug / sorry for the triple-post hahaha

Oh my gosh, that means so much, thanks!

Yikes! I really underestimated how bad the enemies are in the first few rooms.

For now, all you can really do is hit spacebar a bunch (it's the "wait" command) which will prompt the enemies to kill you.

After those first hallways you get a sword which lets you fight the enemies (hopefully more fun, hahaha)

Thanks for the catch! Gonna add that in the desc

Thank you! Your comment did the same thing for me! :')

This is lovely :)))

Such a cool concept! I love how strategic the controls screen feels each time I go back.

this is probably the result of me not knowing how spherical coordinates work and just winging it  u__u

Thanks! Low res render texture with a shader to limit the colors. If you use Unity, you can download GBCamera and check out their example scene:

100% agree. I was trying to fit DCJam (theme: going global) and GMTK's theme sorta took a backseat. 'Out of control' reminded me of gotchi games (you don't manually control your virtual pet, but feed them, etc) but I think other submissions had much cooler interpretations of the theme.

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First to check- are you playing non-beta? Beta has many issues in singleplayer.

Secondly- the game is structured mostly to play with a mouse, minimal keyboard.

Sounds like there are some issues with resolution, maybe. Any idea what resolution you're playing at?

Abilities generally are aimed like this:

[Ability button, e.g. Q] -> [Aim with mouse] -> [Mouse click to set the ability]

If you don't click, the cursor will follow you until you do, or right click/ESC to cancel.

The execute button switches to a '...' when the turn is executing. ('Planning' phase v 'Execution' phase). The planning/executing system becomes more clear when you start ordering multiple units simultaneously.

Also I think the word was 'triune', as in a trinity.

Let me know if you run into more problems! Sorry it's been a pain to play so far! -msb

If you get around to it, I give full permission to add FLAMBERGE to the bundle. Incredibly proud of and everyone contributing!

Hi LeafShade!

Development is slow and far between- I tend to wait until something big before I post written updates to here/Steam.

When I am working, I'll often post images of development on Twitter :

I'll probably be posting more toward the end of this month (maybe an update too)- I'll be putting more time aside around then to prep for a showcase in november.

Hope that answers the question! Feel free to wait for release if that suits you better.

Hi all, if you're having issues with the singleplayer mode in the beta version, please go play the default version.

I was hoping to solve these issues in the coming days, but I'll be out of town for an emergency, which is gonna delay the fixes.

I'll make a new post once I've fixed campaign!


For the simultaneous approach, my inspiration was mainly Frozen Synapse Flotilla , and this bit of gameplay in Star Fox: Command. Plan B looks a bit Frozen-Synapsey to me, as well.

For the RPG elements I draw a lot from Fire Emblem and Paper Mario to name a couple. Most of my combat abilities were at first inspired by MOBAs like League/Dota back when I first started.

I honestly don't (I'm so sorry).

There are several big update posts on Steam. But I'll probably switch over to tracking changes on my own webpage now that the game will be on different stores. I'll post a link to a central changelog there come next update.

Thanks dude!

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Hi all! Michael here.

I'm trying to get multiplayer up and running soon (I'm about 75% there until I can put the beta put). Unfortunately, I'm going to be preoccupied for a couple weeks (I'm taking FLAMBERGE and FRIENDGUN to GDC and spending some time in LA afterward). 

In the meantime, feel free to chat me up about the game if you have any comments/questions/feedback/etc.

I'll try to get back to you in a timely manner (sorry if not right away).

Here's an FAQ for the most pressing questions I get asked:

When will the game be released?

I program the game alone, and since sales don't pay the bills, I often have to step away for long periods of time.  2019 has been really good so far, but I can't make a release date promise until I'm much closer to finished.

Is there a demo?

There is! On Steam. It's quite far behind in its design, so I haven't put it on itch yet. I'll release a more up-to-date demo with my next big build release I think.

How big/long will the game be at release?

Plans are:

  • 6 chapters
  • 7+ hours long
  • Some side content
  • ~64 unique abilities over ~56 classes (most of these are already done or prototyped)

Any platforms planned other than PC/Mac/Linux?

I'd like to publish FLAMBERGE for mobile if possible (the click and drag interface works well with touch screens). I also have a developer license for Nintendo Switch, so I'll be moving to publish there as well.

Thanks all! 

Feel free to contact me via email ( or Twitter (@hydezeke) as well.


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When I make FRIENDGUN++ can I quote you in the trailer? hahaha

I'd really like to expand! I'll release a cheap paid game with 2 or 3x the content.

There is one alternative ending! Just don't jump over the gate (it bugs the ending and I gotta patch that out).

I'm so happy you noticed that! You're the first person to bring it up. Thanks for playing!!