With the shifting gravity on your side, aim your cannons, blast your enemies and enjoy the fireworks. Worbital is a real-time strategic artillery game in space, peppered with a heavy dose of cosmic chaos. The goal: be the last civilization standing!

WORBITAL: ONLINE DEMO NOW AVAILABLE ON STEAM

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Team Jolly Roger has made an online demo available for their real-time interplanetary artillery game Worbital. ON STEAM Starting today, gamers can play a portion of Worbital’s unique brand of cosmic chaos for free! Demo players can join all the other players in quickplay online matches, but with a limited arsenal of weapons.The demo is available through the game’s Steam page. Worbital retails for $19.99 but is currently 15% off through February 7th. Shrewd gamers can check out the demo and pick it up before the sale runs out! Worbital also has a planned release for all major consoles.

Worbital is an intense strategy game that features up to 4 players online and local battles that span full star systems. Players control an entire planet and will customize its surface to lob projecticles, missiles, lasers, and more across space toward their opponents. With an extreme stable of planet-shattering weapons exotic doomsday technology, you will assert your dominion over the solar system...or just blow it all up!



Description

Worbital is space war in real-time with tension-filled gameplay and gravitational destruction. Each player commandeers a planet, building support structures and increasingly powerful weapons. Use your weaponry to destroy enemy planets and wreak total havoc to the solar system. The goal: be the last civilization standing!

History

Worbital is developed by Team Jolly Roger in co-operation with Advanced Interactive Gaming. Spun off from the turn-based Interplanetary, Worbital attempts to realize interplanetary war in real-time, emphasizing hype-filled gameplay and gravitational destruction. It is unshackled from the grounded and deliberate style of its predecessor, in favor of unrealistic fun.

Features

  • INTERPLANETARY ARTILLERY WARFARE — Exploit the shifting gravity by maneuvering your shots across space to inflict maximum damage on the enemy. Sling asteroids, create black holes, make it rain with solar flares!
  • COSMIC CHAOS — Planets blow up. They might take other planets with them. Then the sun explodes. Then the real fun begins.
  • PREPARATION, BUILDING, TACTICS — Railguns, Lasers, World Rammers, Magnets, Orbit Boosters, Shield Defenses, Attack Ships, Colonizers… Pick your loadout from dozens of unique weapons!
  • 100% PSEUDO-SCIENTIFICALLY ACCURATE — Or: How we learned to stop worrying about realism and love the mayhem.
  • HYPE-FILLED OBLITERATION OF YOUR CLOSE AND DISTANT FRIENDS — Make your opponents scream with perfectly-timed attacks and defenses, and hope they’re still your friends the next day.

Make your opponents scream with perfectly-timed attacks and defenses, and hope they’re still your friends the next day.
Supporting Assets and Links
The latest trailer for Worbital can be viewed here
Worbital Community Discord Server
Worbital Press Kit
Worbital Steam page
 
About Team Jolly Roger
Team Jolly Roger is an up and coming video game development studio, at the forefront of the Finnish video game creative scene. To date, they have developed turn-based artillery game Interplanetary, published by Team 17 and are about to launch Worbital, scheduled for release on January 31, giving the sub-genre of artillery strategic games a new twist. Worbital has been developed in close cooperation with Advanced Interactive Gaming Ltd. from Hamilton, Bermuda.
 

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