Space Dust Studios
Michael and Nathan chat with the Unreal Engine development team about Space Dust Racers.
Recorded from the Unreal Engine GDC 2015 Talk Twitch live stream on March 5 2015.
Play Space Dust Racers at GDC 2015 March 4-6, Unreal Engine booth 1024 South Hall.
Space Dust Racers is a vehicular combat party game for up to 16 players, inspired by classics such as Mashed and Micro Machines. Race cartoon aliens on exotic planets, using weapon powerups and fast reflexes to knock out your opponents. Adventure alone, battle friends and family on the couch, or compete online. Stragglers will be eliminated… only one alien shall triumph!
Intergalactic party racing mayhem! Coming mid-2015 for PC and consoles: http://blog.spaceduststudios.com
Space Dust Racing is a work-in-progress vehicular combat party game for up to 16 players, supporting local and online multiplayer. Cartoon competitors race on exotic planets, using weapon powerups to knock each other out and score points. Those that fall behind are eliminated until one survivor remains. Rounds repeat until a winner prevails!
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Top-down galactic party racing mayhem!
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This play-test footage from the 28th of June was recorded directly from the game with 7 players over 5 different locations (online multiplayer). Glen also recorded our Google Hangout audio stream which I overlaid on the footage. While it is still early days (just 2 months of dedicated development!), we're really happy with how fun it is to play already. And it is totally fitting our end goal of couch racing chaos!
Our good friend, Mark Flanagan, posted a tweet recently suggesting everyone to keep an eye out on a new Melbourne indie game studio called Space Dust Studios, and after checking out the concept art that appears as a teaser on their website and the pedigree of their staff, you can consider our curiosity certainly piqued!