Space RTS has momentum, still needs more you

June 15, 2009
Posted by: gruso


These game developer types, I tell you. While we’re patiently waiting for updates on the as-yet-unnamed Space RTS, Keaft and his merry band of resource miners are sitting around playing board games. Which might sound a lot like procrastination, were it not a board game they’d created themselves to help flesh out their Pandora-bound RTS. Between these lounge room sessions and the 3D renders being produced by Kaze0110 (pics above, video after break), the project certainly seems to have kicked it up a notch or two. Now with a sharper focus on project requirements, Keaft is once again putting the call out to y’all:

Now that we are coming to the close of new ideas, we need your help. We have a lot of solid stuff here, but we are going to need people that can program under the administration of dflemstr. We are going to need some artists under the direction of Kaze0110 should he want help. We are going to need an Audio Technician/Composer (used to have one, but his computer died). Any help that the community can contribute will be greatly appreciated and bring us one step closer to an awesome game.

New Space RTS forums have been set up, and you’re invited to sign up and get involved. (That’s probably one place you’ll want to be come beta time, wink wink). Discussion will remain active on GP32X of course, along with the project wiki.

And now for some planet smashing.



  1. Video is win! Can’t wait to see how this develops… wish I had some skillz to help.

  2. Here are a few simple things you might know how to do. πŸ˜€

    Know how to write a sci-fi story? Know how to draw? Know how to compose music? Know how to program in a language? Know how to donate? Know how to give moral support? Know how to play RTS’s? Know how RTS’s work? Know some people that may know how to do these things?

    If your answer is yes to any of the following we may have a use for you! πŸ˜€



  3. Well if that was my planet I’d be a little upset my defenses didn’t hold up.

  4. Well you’ll notice that it was simply an outpost, as the actual planet was underneath the ship in the opening few seconds πŸ˜‰

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