Space Bob vs. The Replicons is a physics-based, light-hearted, planetary exploration and survival game in the final stages of development for PC (Mac & Linux soon).
Combining hand crafted planets with procedurally generated content for endless replayability, experience elements of survival, platforming, adventure and space exploration while exploring Bob's world with his companion AI.
Armed with a basic blaster, a jet pack, a multi-functional grappling gun, a personal landing craft, and his own warp capable refinery ship, Bob thinks he's about to embark on a cushy new life working for Space Salvage Corp. Little does he know; he'll be lucky to survive an hour.
Explore dozens of planets, collect resources, salvage what you find to craft upgrades, and fight for your life while trying to uncover the time-bending mysteries of Bob's universe.
Things start out nice and relaxed but rapidly escalate towards a full-on alien invasion with Replicons swarming over every planet. You can choose to play it safe and make a quick escape - through the jump gate - or explore Bob's world in depth with an ever increasing risk of death.
Whether you survive or die, an average play session is designed to take 30-90 minutes. At first you'll die, but soon you'll learn to survive long enough to discover that death is not as permanent as it seems. Dig even deeper and you'll find yourself working with mysterious forces to save mankind from alien obliteration over multiple games..
Although the game may initially appear to use traditional 2D sprites, it instead uses polygons. This allows for improved performance but also the ability to seamlessly zoom from viewing an entire planet down to having Bob fill the screen, and all without any pixelation.
All objects are physics enabled with precise, complex, and realistic collisions. You'll need to figure out how to efficiently connect objects together and return them to your refinery ship in orbit while managing their weight as they swing around the game's environments. Oh, and don't forget that you'll need to do it while trying to survive an alien invasion. Good luck!
Windows XP \ Vista \ 7 \ 8 \ 10 (32 or 64bit)
2 Ghz Single Core
4 GB RAM
Intel HD 4600 or better.
2 GB available space
3 Ghz Dual Core
8 GB RAM
Geforce GTX 640
Example: A Geforce 970 can achieve 300+ frames per second at 4k with full 8xMSAA