Besiege is a physics based building game in which you construct medieval siege engines and lay waste to immense fortresses and peaceful hamlets. Build a machine which can crush windmills, wipe out battalions of brave soldiers and transport valuable resources, defending your creation against cannons, archers and whatever else the...
Recent Reviews:
Veldig positive (223) - 92% of the 223 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
All Reviews:
Overveldende positive (19,523) - 95% av 19,523 brukeranmeldelser for dette spillet er positive.
Utgivelsesdato:
28. jan, 2015
Utvikler:

Logg inn for å legge til denne gjenstanden i ønskelisten din, følge eller markere som ikke interessant

Early Access-spill

Få umiddelbar tilgang og spill med en gang; bli involvert i spillet mens det utvikles.

Merk: Dette Early Access-spillet er ikke ferdig og vil muligens endres ytterligere. Hvis du ikke føler for å spille dette spillet slik det er akkurat nå, burde du vente for å se om spillet utvikles videre. Lær mer

Hva utviklerne har å si:

Hvorfor Early Access?

“Early Access essentially puts us in dialogue with the community and the players. We want Besiege to be easy to access, and we would like to involve and address player feedback as the game progresses. Also, we really love to see how far everyone can push the building mechanics, and we want to be able to respond to the crazy methods people are discovering that we weren't even aware of!”

Hvor lenge antas det at dette spillet vil være i Early Access?

“We aren't entirely sure how long it will take to release the game, our initial estimate put the release between 1.5 and 2 years but due to the success of Besiege we’ve been able to greatly expand the scope of the game with far more ambitious features than were initially possible. We are currently two years in and we’re estimating another year of development until release.”

Hvordan er det planlagt at fullversjonen vil være forskjellig fra Early Access-versjonen?

“The full version will contain more levels, in a variety of environments, as well as more blocks, building tools and other larger scale features that we’re not quite ready to talk about just yet!”

Hva er nåværende tilstand på Early Access-versjonen?

“The Early Access version contains 38 levels, comprising the kingdoms of Ipsilon, Tolbrynd & Valfross. There are three sand-box levels to test creations and in any given level you can disable all limitations, allowing for experimentation. There is also a time-dilation dial, allowing the game to be viewed in slowmotion, or at 2X the normal speed. The game contains a broad suite of building tools and pieces, including flying pieces, flamethrowers, cannons, contractible springs, axles, detachable joints, explosives and much more. You can also save and load machines in any given level, as well as share them online via the Steam Workshop.”

Vil spillet være priset annerledes under og etter Early Access?

“We are going to scale the price with the amount of content available. So as more features, game modes and levels are added we will add to the cost incrementally. We hope that players will feel they paid the appropriate price for the amount of content available at any given stage of the games development.”

Hvordan planlegger dere å involvere samfunnet i utviklingsprosessen?

“We are already being surprised by what people are constructing and discovering. It is quite amazing, and we want to expand and address features that the community finds or wants. For example, some members of the community are building an immense Siege Walker type thing – we never even realised this was possible. We want to facilitate such creativity, so we will be constantly looking toward what everyone is doing!”
Les mer

Kjøp Besiege

 

Nylige oppdateringer Vis alle (31)

30. august

Important Multiverse Notice - 30/08/2017

Hello everyone!

Unfortunately we don’t have a full dev blog for you today, as we’ve been extremely busy lately, but we wanted to update you on how things are going and give you another peek at some of the stuff we’ve been working on.

First I wanna get some bad news out of the way. Unfortunately it's looking very doubtful that we will be ready to release when we had initially planned at the end of September. At this time its very difficult to say how long we will need to delay by, so we’re reluctant to set an exact date here, but we will be trying to keep you updated and we’ll let you know when we have a more solid idea. We realise this is upsetting news, we know you guys were really looking forward to playing it in a few weeks time, and we apologize for having to delay.

The reason we will be delaying the update’s release is primarily due to bug squashing, we really want the Multiverse update to be as robust as possible for you guys to enjoy! In that department we’ve made huge leaps and bounds, but there is still more work to be done before we’re happy to release it.

We deeply regret that the update won’t be finished in time as we’re really excited to get you guys playing and building, but we feel it’s important to make sure the experience is the best we can make it and isn’t overshadowed by instability and bugs. We are all working flat out to get everything finished asap and we’ll be sure to update you when we can.

Onto a brighter note; we have another sneak peek into the Multiverse update and some of the stuff we’ve been working on!

There will be some new additions to the game to complement the multiverse update, including some new level objects and a new environment to play in.

We’ve created a whole selection of tiles & objects for you to use when designing your levels, they were specifically designed to maximise their usability in creating large level environments for you and your friends to play around in.



I also thought I’d share with you a few examples of level types that the logic editor allows you to create. Please note that these are merely examples created by our team during playtesting and you should not expect to see these released with the update!

If you and your friends are more interested in structured gameplay or competitive objectives, rather than Besiege’s traditional more relaxed sandbox play, then the logic editor is the perfect tool for you! It allows you to create levels with objectives and games, of your own design.

For example, the screenshot below was taken from within a level designed as a kind of capture the ball type gamemode. Using the logic editor, we were able to create two opposing teams, each with their own iron ore ball. The objective being to steal the other team’s iron ore and bring it back to a collection point. Each time the enemy ore is collected, you can a point which brings you closer to winning the round.



Once one of the teams has retrieved a set number of ore, they are pronounced the victors and after a short delay, the level and scores reset!

Another possible game you can design is that with a ‘King of The Hill’ type objective, where teams gain points over time for being inside an insignia, like in the screenshot below.



The progression bar for each team slowly ticks up the longer they are in the insignia until one team reaches 100% and wins!

And just to finish things off I’ve put together a few gifs showing some of the new level objects we’ve added in.





I’m afraid that’s all for now, next time I’ll be bringing you a blog post about how the logic system works and delves into settings in a bit more detail.

We'd just like to appologise once again for the delay. Everyone here at Spiderling is working very hard to bring you the update as soon as possible but in the meantime, we really appreciate your ongoing patience.

Cheers,

Von
346 kommentarer Les mer

21. juli

Multiverse Dev Blog 2 - 21/07/2017



Hello Everyone!

Today we’re bringing you the second in a series of development blogs about the Multiverse update! The last blog focused on Physics in Multiplayer, how that all works and what kind of performance you can expect to get out of it.

Today's blog however, will be part 1 of 2 blogs on Besiege's new level editor. The first part will focus on how you'll be able to create an environment, using the editor, and the second part will focus on creating game modes and interactive levels using our newly created logic system!

Please keep in mind that the Multiverse update is still in active development and anything shown here may be subject to change.

Besiege levels are created using a variety of game objects which are placed into the world and can then be edited, including; structures, foliage, NPCs & environmental effects. And for those of you wondering, we are in the process of creating assets specifically to be used in custom levels & multiplayer levels.



Besiege's level assets have been divided into several different categories, making it easier for you to find what you're looking for.
To place an asset into the level, you simply select it and then click somewhere in the level to place it. Once we have the object in the level, we can use the tools along the top of the editor panel to edit it.



First we have the Translate tool, which allows you to move a selected object around the environment. Then there's; the Rotate tool for rotation, the Scale tool for altering the object's size, the Mirror tool for moving objects in relation to one another, the Eraser for removing objects and the Modify tool for editing an object's properties.



The properties tool has different options depending on the object that you're editing. For example editing a wall allows you to dictate whether the wall works in a physics way and the amount of force required to destroy it. Turning off the physics option will cause the object to become static and not to break into physics pieces when it’s destroyed.



You can also use the Properties tool to switch between several variations of certain models.



Other objects such as the AI for example, have considerably more options, allowing you to change their behaviour, stats and even make them friendly to a specific team! Allowing AI vs AI combat!



In addition to the object tools we have some more general level editor tools as well, including; a paintbrush mode for placing lots of a particular type of object, a snap to grid option and a duplicate option which has the hotkey Ctrl + D.



By clicking the green pencil on the snap to grid button, you can edit the size of the grid you wish to use:



The paintbrush tool works by holding down mouse button one and then moving your cursor around. Objects are then periodically placed along the path of your mouse, with random rotations and scales.



Levels can be saved and loaded at will by any player in the server, these level files can be shared with other players and you will be able to upload and download them from the Steam workshop as well!

You can also customize the aesthetic environment for your level in the level settings menu, we’ll be talking more about the menu in the next dev blog.

And remember, at any time you can just start simulation and test your level, easy peasy!



Unfortunately that's it for this Dev blog, but be sure to tune into the next one where we'll talk about configuring your levels to have rules and we introduce you into the editor's logic system which allows for more complex and interesting levels & game modes!
274 kommentarer Les mer
Vis alle diskusjoner

Rapporter feil og legg igjen tilbakemeldinger for dette spillet på diskusjonssiden

Om dette spillet

Besiege is a physics based building game in which you construct medieval siege engines and lay waste to immense fortresses and peaceful hamlets. Build a machine which can crush windmills, wipe out battalions of brave soldiers and transport valuable resources, defending your creation against cannons, archers and whatever else the desperate enemies have at their disposal. Create a trundling behemoth, or take clumsily to the skies, and cause carnage in fully destructible environments. Ultimately, you must conquer every Kingdom by crippling their castles and killing their men and livestock, in as creative or clinical a manner as possible!

Systemkrav

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP (latest SP)
    • Processor: 2.2Ghz Dual Core
    • Minne: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512mb Dedicated VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OSX 10+
    • Processor: 2.2Ghz Dual Core
    • Minne: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible, 512 MB VRAM
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or higher
    • Processor: 2.2Ghz Dual Core
    • Minne: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible, 512 MB VRAM
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: ALSA compatible
Customer reviews Lær mer
High Volume of Reviews Detected:
Exclude  or  View Only
Review Type


Purchase Type


Language


Date Range
To view reviews within a date range, please click and drag a selection on a graph above or click on a specific bar.

Show graph



Display As:
Show graph
 
Hide graph
 
Filters
Showing 11,560 reviews that match the filters above ( Overveldende positive )
There are no more reviews that match the filters set above
Adjust the filters above to see other reviews
Laster anmeldelser...