Ever cracked your head with the Lego building blocks in your childhood? If you think they were some days, then trust me guys, those memories can once more be relived with this excellent sandbox style game ‘Besiege’. Currently in development by Spiderling Games, Besiege is a Physics based indie simulation game which is currently in its alpha development stage and given its ‘Early Access’, the game has already went viral on steam. The moto of the game is Design, Build and Destroy! The players have to design and build their medieval siege engines that can wreak havoc throughout the kingdoms, cities and enemies causing a holocaust. The developers have ensured that game requirements are as minimal as possible (Windows XP with 2 GB Ram and 512MB VRAM) to attract maximum players.
The game is currently available for Early Access at a mere 7$ price, and it looks pretty stable and complete itself. What is an Early Access Game? A game to which players have instant access and can start playing as the game develops further. Simultaneously, players can give their valuable feedback and inputs which would help the developers to organize and make the game better according to the players’ demands. As of now, the game is a perfect bargain for its price which lets you use your creative mind combined with the laws of Physics to design the most imminent machines. And if you are an engineer like me, then you will just spend hours on this game without even knowing it.
“What does the Early Access has to offer?”
- The game currently consists of 15 campaign levels with kingdoms, castles, battalion of knights and farms. The objective is to build a siege machine and carry out tasks such as destroying the elements of the environment to proceed to the next level. The idea is how much innovative and creative you can be in building your machines to do the perfect damage.
- The available building block types include wooden blocks, flamethrower, motors, explosives, hinges, armor etc.
- Unlimited Build mode can be activated in any campaign level and one can view the destruction in any speed including even super slow motion.
- It also includes combustible livestock.
By the first look, the game appeared flawless both in terms of its graphics and gameplay. It seems pretty obvious that lot of work has been done regarding the game mechanics and environment details to impart the best effect. The Time Dilation Dial feature and the camera angles provides a more cinematic touch towards each destruction attempt. It is even expected that the full release can include a story mode. Not sure, some of you may even feel the game as an advanced version of Age of Empires, especially the Siege attack part."
Heads Up:Besiege, in development by Spiderling Games is currently in its Alpha Access stage. The game is available for both Windows and MAC OS. Though no timeline has been specified by the publisher, but Spiderling Studios has stated that the full release can even take 1.5 – 2 years from the current stage. But the point is players can get an immediate access to the game by purchasing its ‘Early Access’ pack and according to me, the game is a must BUY.
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