The Ship is a murder mystery multiplayer! Please read our State of the Game announcement.
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Veröffentlichung: 11. Juli 2006

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"A great game in the Source Engine which has a very interesting multiplayer mode with a pretty decent Singleplayer mode to match, worth to get in a sale."

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26. November

Introducing: Lucy's Diary

We’re excited to be able to launch a microsite for The Ship franchise today. We’ve taken a slightly different approach to this than you might expect, so we just wanted to explain our thinking.

The microsite follows the diary entries of Lucille Franklin O’Sullivan who finds herself aboard the SS Cotopaxi when a number of strange events occur…

We’ve launched today with 36 entries, but have lots more planned and these will take us to the launch of The Ship: Remasted. We’ve had a lot of fun working on the content for the microsite and we hope you enjoy it too. This is a standalone piece of content based in The Ship universe – fans of The Ship will appreciate some of the humour and 1920’s style. This isn’t part of the game though – just something…different.

As some of you may know, we recently merged with a film company and post production company. Part of the reason for this is that we’re keen to explore storytelling across different media (and we’ve got some pretty cool things in the pipeline relating to this).

The Ship microsite is just a small step in that direction – let us know what you think about it!

Check it out here:

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“its gameplay and design draw on everything from Poirot to Quake, with even a slightly unhealthy dose of The Sims thrown into the mix - but the game is much more than the sum of its well worn parts”
8 – Videogamer

“Unlike a lot of its hybrid predecessors, this multigenre multiplayer game really is something completely different. While the game draws on identifiable sources such as Quake, The Sims, and Clue, it mashes these elements together with a few new ideas to create an innovative experience that doesn't play like any of its inspirations.”
8.3 – Gamespot

“the game twists around the Clue formula to make it a little more interesting. Instead of having to uncover a killer, The Ship makes you the killer. The main gameplay mechanic revolves around finding your target, called your quarry, and breaking their face as stealthily as possible. To do so there are plenty of lethal odds-and-ends to wield, and even some environmental traps. It's certainly a quirky take on first-person gaming, but it's an entertaining one once you get the hang of it.”
7.4 – IGN

Über dieses Spiel

'The Ship' ist primär ein Online-Multiplayer-Mörderspiel nach einzigartigen Regeln.

Sie sind einer von mehreren 'Glückspilzen', die ein Gratisticket für das Luxusschiff des mysteriösen Mr. X gewonnen haben. Als Sie jedoch an Bord gehen, stellen Sie fest, dass die Kreuzfahrt leider einen Haken hat.

Sie werden zu einer brutalen Hatz gezwungen, um die kranken Fantasien des Mr. X zu befriedigen. Tun Sie es nicht, ist nicht nur Ihr eigenes Leben, sondern auch das Ihrer Familie verwirkt. Ihre einzige Überlebenschance besteht darin, das mörderische Spiel mitzuspielen und zu gewinnen.


    Mindestvoraussetzungen: 1,8 GHz-Prozessor, 512 MB RAM, DirectX 8-fähige Grafikkarte (1024 x 768), Windows 2000/XP/ME/98, Maus, Tastatur, Internetverbindung, DirectX 9.0c
    Empfohlene Voraussetzungen: 2,8 GHz-Prozessor, 1024 MB RAM, DirectX 9-fähige Grafikkarte (1024 x 768), Windows 2000/XP/ME/98, Maus, Tastatur, Internetverbindung, DirectX 9.0c
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Ähnlich wie TTT (Trouble in Terrorist Town), es gibt bei dem Spiel Passagiere und die Jäger, die in einer Runde einen bestimmten Passagier töten sollen. Die Waffen findet man auf der Map verteilt wie z.B in Koffern verteilt. Den Mord muss man ungesehn schaffen um Geld dafür zu erhalten. in The Ship gibt es bei einem gesehenen Versuch eine Gefängnisstrafe von ein paar Sekunden + eine Geldstrafe.

Was das Katz und Maus Spiel besonders macht ist, das natürliche Bedürfnisse erfüllt werden müssen, wie bei wenig Ausdauer schlafen gehen, Essen und Trinken, Klo und Duschen. Man kann sich auch Kleidung kaufen um den eigenen Charakter auf Wunsch anzupassen.

The Ship kann man alleine spielen, nur da geht leider schnell die Luft aus.
Spielt das Spiel mit mehreren Leuten und ihr werdet euren Spaß haben :)

- Grafik gut
- Steuerung einfach zu lernen

Also insgesamt ein cooles Katz und Maus Spiel mit dem besonderen Extra (Bedürfnisse)
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Am Anfang ist es etwas gewöhnungsbedürftig, aber nach einer Weile macht es unglaublich Spaß! :)
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Wenn man es mit Freunden spielt mach es sehr viel Spaß :D
10/10 IGN
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Does anyone remember when Assassin's Creed announced it would have a multiplayer mode for the first time? I sure do, because at the time, all I thought was that they were ripping off the ship.

I was wrong. AC multi is a lot worse.

The Ship is one of the best multiplayer experiences on the internet. It's a combination Assassin's Creed, The Sims, and a little Madworld mixed in.

Players are stranded together inside one of several large cruise ships as a random skin, populated with a large host of NPCs as well. Each player has a target, who they recieve a face for and nothing else. Their job is to find that player on the ship and kill them. The trick is that you lose points if you kill anyone you're not hunting or being hunted by, including said npcs. There are cameras at various locations around the ship, which will cause you to get arrested and timed out if caught brandishing weapons openly. However, you have a set of needs such as hunger, thirst, hygeine, bladder and sleep, similar to The Sims, which force you to keep moving to meet them, usually away from the cameras. Your goal is to act as much like the unassuming NPCs as possible, both to avoid detection from those hunting you and to disguise yourself from the prey you're tailing, all while managing your meters and picking up the weapons you'll need to secure the kill.

There's a huge host of weapons and environmental hazards with which to do so, and point values for each vary wildly over time. This forces players who want to stay on top to constantly be changing their tactics and style. Certain weapons can only be found in specific locations on each ship, so highly desired gear can become choke points which force players to meet similar to Q3A duels.

The ship is full of more than weapons, though. In addition to portable food items which can restore health or your need meters in a pinch, most guests board with more than the clothes on their backs. By raiding their rooms for garments, you can swap out your clothing if you think you're being followed or after each kill to disguise yourself and throw the other players off your scent. You can't change your face, but someone following to the side or behind may think you're an NPC and move on.

The result of all this craziness is a really clever form of deathmatch that uses true stealth and deception, because you're trying to trick other players instead of AI. Stalking prey feels really rewarding and so does tricking your attacker into revealing themselves under a camera or turning a corner and unexpectedly fighting back. The ticking time from your meters at the bottom, the rapidly changing point structure and high ranking players attracting more hunters make the pressure always on and puts players on their toes.

If all this seems right up your alley, wait unless you're super eager and have nothing better to do. The Ship is getting an HD version in early 2016, though as far as anyone can tell right now, it will be multiplayer only. The Ship also has a singleplayer campaign, though it's not nearly as fun imho. The unique aspect of Ship combat is pvp stealth and sneaking up on Sims in their sleep feels more like a clunky, uglier Hitman Absolution.
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-My friend was doing some business on the toilet in his room.
-I also had to go to the restroom.
-I killed him with a pot.
-I proceeded to use the toilet.
-Friend yelled at me because he didn't finish pooping
-Found my friend again and trapped him in a room
-Killed him again with a Tommy Gun for yelling at me

10/10 would kill for toilet again.
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