Unfortunate Spacemen is a multiplayer game about space-based murder in space! Spacemen work diligently to be rescued from their failing outpost, but not everyone is who they claim to be...
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Release Date: May 6, 2016

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Why Early Access?

“We want to include the community in the development of the game. We're a small team, and having tons of players giving us feedback about changes helps us create something wonderful. We're not the only ones who benefit - you get to not only help shape and influence the game, you're ensured frequent updates and developer contact all throughout the game's development.

Check out the Development Starmap for a very in-depth look at our development plans!”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“This is our best guess. We're probably looking at about 1.5 years of frequent updates and development to push the game through Alpha, Beta, and then to release. After release, we plan to support the game and continue updating it with new content.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“We have loads of changes and improvements on the way! You can find a full, detailed list on our Development Starmap.

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“The game is currently in ALPHA stage. This means the game is still adding features and nothing is really 'locked in' yet. When we switch to BETA, this will mean we are 'feature complete' for release, but the game still needs polish and work. You can check out the currently available (main) features below on the "About the Game" section of the store page, or view the Development Starmap for a super in-depth look.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“The game will change price as it gets closer to release. We will likely increase the price during Beta, and once again on Release. After that, the game will follow the general pattern of steadily decreasing in price and frequently going on sale in Steam's many annual sales. The earlier you grab the game, the cheaper it will be - and you get to keep it forever, including all future updates!”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We are very active on our Twitter (@UnfortSpacemen) as well as our community forums. If you want us to see something you've posted, these are you best places to suggest features, get help, or simply talk about the game.”
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April 7

Microlensing - 0.2.11



Greetings Astronauts!

v0.2.11 "Microlensing"
Summary: In the 8th update of 2017, Zag brings the fastest vlog in the west, tons of new features, improved Ghost spectating modes, and a space-truckload of "quality o' life" polish. Read on, and check out the vlog below, for more!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYdSaggPe08




We play Unfortunate Spacemen every Saturday at 11 AM PST! Join our Discord chat to take part in the fun! Also, about 90% of this patch consists of changes and fixes from direct community feedback via the Discord server. Excellent.

Change Notes:

The Salt Stick:
- The Salt Stick -- er, Stun Baton has been completely redesigned to offer a more fun experience for both the stunner and the stunee.
- Upon being hit by the Stun Baton, you are now "Electrolocked." Unlike "Suit Lock," Electrolocking only inhibits certain actions. You can still look and move around, Monster dodge, and shove, but you can not attack, fire weapons, lay eggs, burrow, blink, use your keycard, or interact with items or objectives in any capacity.
- Electrolocking lasts for 5 seconds, and (as previously with being Stunned) can not be performed on a target that has been recently Electrolocked. As before, failure to Electrolock a target does NOT consume a Stun Baton charge.
- Stun Baton now has 5 charges, up from 4.
- There is now a unique icon on the bottom center of your HUD for when you a Electrolocked (as opposed to Suit Lock.)
- The Stun Baton swing rate has been greatly reduced. You can now swing the Stun Baton every 0.5 seconds, down from 2 seconds.
- Fixed: When the Stun Baton is in secondary slot, the first person holding animation is incorrect.

General Improvements:
- You can no longer crouch / uncrouch if you have done so within 0.25 seconds.
- Monster Burrowing now takes slightly longer.
- Fixed: Monster sometimes falls through the ground after unburrowing
- Fixed: Chocolate Milk still triggers when getting launched out of an EME or when falling off a map
- Fixed: Door panels sometimes don't show up as a ghost.
- Fixed: Doors sometimes don't go to the proper location/rotation when broken, sometimes resulting in a blocked doorway.
- For better spectating, Ghosts can now see the outlines of Spacemen (in blue) and Spacemen corpses (in red), and can see them through walls. To keep things ambiguous, outlines offer no distinction between the Monster and the Spacemen.
- Murderers (A non-Monster Spaceman who killed someone on their "team") are now outlined (in orange) to the Monster. The previous indicator (a skull waypoint) has been removed.
- Eggs and Acid Bombs are now outlined (in orange) to the monster. The previous egg/bomb waypoint indicators have been removed.
- Decapitated heads are just a bit messier now.
- Last Hit By information is now cleared if the target does not die from the damage. This should prevent cases where someone is marked as a murderer when the person they hit last was killed by "natural" (non-player) causes several minutes later.
- Void Beast perk is now literally a black hole monster. This is mostly a cosmetic effect of the perk, but also aids in obscuring the monster's location, and Spacemen who are inside the monster's radius may find themselves feeling... isolated.
- Monster footsteps are now silent with the Void Beast perk.
- You can now swap to an empty item slot at any time, meaning you can now access your punching fists any time you want to punch things with your fists.
- The Chocolate Milk perk no longer takes the user into third person.
- The Chocolate Milk perk now Electrolocks the user for its duration, disallowing them from doing much else besides run around, jump, and shove.
- Fixed: Burrow cooldown meter is incorrect after unburrowing.
- Interaction text is now entirely gone if Suit Locked or Electrolocked.
- There is a new sound when a new Ghost appears. All other Ghosts will hear this sound, accompanied by a message in chat, declaring so-and-so has joined them in the afterlife.
- Acid bomb passive "purring" noise has been increased in volume.
- Fixed: Can sometimes get stuck in the camera system, unable to leave.
- Sounds are now muffled when in a de-oxygenated zone.
- Oxygen zones are more reliable now in how they perform.
- The frosty visor effect when in a de-oxygenated area now has proper icy refraction and the icy edges take up a bit less room on the edges of the visor.
- "COLOR just killed SAME COLOR" will no longer show up and instead a "killed themselves" message will show up.
- Fixed: Doors could sometimes not be hit by Monster Claw attacks while locked.
- Entirely redesigned how the Monster is picked in order to prevent the same person getting picked as Monster twice. If multiple players are opting in, the person who was Monster last round should not be picked again unless no one else opts in.
- Monster Form now has a unique crosshair.
- Fixed: Sometimes the first person weapon will be visible or invisible in certain circumstances where it should or shouldn't.
- Escape menu should now be closeable with the Start button on a controller.
- Fixed: First person Monster legs have the wrong texture on them.

Objectives:
- Objective waypoints (Research Samples, Transmitters) now show up to Ghosts.
- Fixed: Landing Pad "RESCUE" waypoint sometimes not showing up in some cases
- Generators now have a better contained-mini-blackhole effect.
- Fixed: Debris near your character is still waypointed from a distance when viewing security cameras.

Steam Achievements:
- There are now 24 Steam Achievements.
- 2 are secret (hidden) achievements.
NOTE: Bots do not count towards achievements unless specifically stated otherwise.
- RTFM: Read The Abridged Spacemen's Guide
- No One Gets Out Alive!: As Monster, win the game with all the Spacemen dead.
- True Survivor: As a Spaceman, land the killing blow on the Monster.
- Not So Fast!: As a Spaceman, kill a Monster with the Posterior Claws perk.
- Space Madness: Be the last Spaceman alive in a game with 5 or more players.
- Unleash The Beast!: As Monster, kill 3 Spacemen with Monster Claws in a single round.
- I'm The Real Yellow!: As the Monster, be disguised as someone else's color as they are murdered by their fellow Spacemen.
- Personal Bubble: As a Void Beast, kill a spaceman with your claws.
- Leaving on a Jet Shuttle: As a Spaceman, escape in the Rescue Shuttle.
- The beginnings of the Handyman achievement set, which will be 8 achievements (2 added in this path, the remaining 6 at a later date.) When all are in place, this achievement set will unlock a special reward in a later patch.
- Handyman 1 - Employee of the Month: Become Employee of the Month!
- Handyman 2 - High Value Employee: Become Employee of the Month with 3000 points or more.
- One Way Trip: As Monster, shove an unsuspecting Spaceman into an Emergency Mass Ejector
- Lock and Load!: Create a perk loadout.
- Just Borrowing: As a Spaceman, steal someone else's keycard.
- Come Out, Come Out...: As a Spaceman, knock the Monster out of shapeshift form with a well-placed Stun Grenade.
- Probing Questions: As a Spaceman, reveal the Monster with a health syringe.
- Equal Opportunity: Complete The Company's Non-Discriminatory Training Course
- Unconvinced: As a Spaceman, kill the Monster while it's in a shapeshifted form.
- True Survivor: As a Spaceman, land a killing blow on the Monster.
- Persuasive: As the Monster, kill a Spaceman with a weapon they were the last owner of. Grenades do not count.
- Participation Trophy: Be the first Spaceman to die, but Spacemen still win the round. (Requires at least 4 other players in the round)
- Good Guess: As a Spaceman, kill a shapeshifted Monster with a single Frag Grenade, from full health.

Items:
- All weapons now have a crosshair unique to that weapon.
- Crosshair now animates when switching weapons, because dat triple-A polish.
- Crosshair now animates when picking up any new items or gear.
- Put in a fix for resolving whether or not someone has already taken an item, and various fixes for bugs encountered when two people try to take an item at the same time.
- The Shotgun and Flamethrower have been switched in unlocking order.
- Emergency Level 2: The Flamethrower now begins to unlock after 3 minutes.
- Emergency Level 3: The Shotgun now begins to unlock after 5 minutes.
- Emergency Level 4: An Assault Rifle now begins to unlock from a Weapon Canister after 9 minutes.
- Weapon unlock notification now clearly states "[WEAPON] UNLOCKS IN 1 MINUTE"
- Fixed: The weapon in a Weapon Canister visually 'pops in.' (Note: Item can only be grabbed once open animation is complete. This is by design.)
- The Assault Rifle no longer spawns from regular item spawns.
- Bots can no longer spawn with an Assault Rifle.
- Shotgun damage (per shot) to Spacemen is now 7, down from 9.
- The Shotgun now has a darker metal texture and a slightly more yellow glow color.
- If door is welded, it now repairs at 1/4th the normal rate.
- Fixed a potential efficiency problem with the Flamethrower's projectiles affecting the bot navigation mesh.
- The Flamethrower has a new look and is a tad less bulky.

Customization:
- New Helmet: The Turbine helmet can now be purchased. It's a domed helmet with a high collar and a large, animated jet turbine on the mouth. Try not to sneeze too hard.
- New Helmet: The Odyssey helmet can now be purchased. It's a large cylindrical helmet sporting a classic and somewhat familiar look. It's not full of stars, it's just full of your head.
- New Helmet: The Beholder helmet can now be purchased. This helmet displays the visor across four unique "eyes," for a terrifying look no matter which way you go. Eye puns are too on the nose.
- New Helmet: The Engineer helmet can now be purchased. It's a domed helmet with full rear radiation coverage and twin radio antennae. You ain't afraid of no radiation.
- The Visor Picker menu has been made far more compact, to show more visors at once without having to scroll.
- Many helmets have had their normal maps corrected, resulting in improved lighting.
- Many visors have had their normal maps corrected, resulting in improved lighting.

The Company's Non-Discriminatory Training Course:
- Added The Company logo to a few places in the tutorial.
- Fixed: A blank Spacemen would appear in the Rescue Shuttle near end of the tutorial.
- Fixed: Health Station would wait for 10 seconds before continuing the tutorial. Now it continues the moment you are done healing.
- Fixed: After obtaining the Keycard in the tutorial, it has a 30 second cooldown.
- Fixed: Cameras are accessible in the tutorial.
- Fixed: Resetting at a checkpoint after death can make you fall through the ground.
- Fixed: Bots at the end have keycards you can steal.
- When the firearm is removed, the word "forcibly" has been added to the HUD warning.
- Doors are no longer destructible in the tutorial.
- Doors are sometimes not "perma-locked" when they should be, allowing the player to break the tutorial by progressing quicker than intended. A permanent "hard-fix" has been put in for this and it should no longer be an issue in future patches.
- The Rescue Shuttle can no longer crush Spacemen in the tutorial.
- Time has been removed from the top of the HUD.
- Current Task has been moved to the top of the screen, to better make the connection to new players that the top of your screen is where your primary task is located during normal gameplay.


Maps:
- Spaceburbia has received a basic graphical update to reduce the amount of textureless walls and other grayboxy features. This map is still heavily considered a work in progress.
- Spaceburbia: New lobby map image
- Space Bar has received a basic graphical update to reduce the amount of textureless walls and other grayboxy features. This map is still heavily considered a work in progress.
- Space Bar: The Kitchen now has furnishings, to a degree.
- Space Bar: The Freezer (formerly called The Fridge) now has shelves.
- Space Bar: The projector areas now have projector machine thingies.
- Space Bar: New lobby map image


Definitely working on proximity VOIP next, as it's one of the last big things affecting game balance. Expect something with that in 0.2.12!
<3 Zag

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March 31

Executive Power - 0.2.10 (ft. FilthyCasual)



Greetings Astronauts!

v0.2.10 "Executive Power"
Summary: In the 7th update of 2017, Zag brings a massive rebalancing to the power weapons, along with lots of "quality o' life" fixins. Read on, and check out the vlog below, for more!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vvjaTeX0hA



We play Unfortunate Spacemen every Saturday at 11 AM PST! Join our Discord chat to take part in the fun! Also, about 90% of this patch consists of changes and fixes from direct community feedback via the Discord server. Excellent.

Change Notes:
New Power Weapon System
- When in an "Approved Emergency," The Company will sometimes unlock additional arsenal for disposing of unwanted infestations.
- Power Items / Weapons (Flamethrower, Shotgun) now spawn from special canisters located around the map.
- Flamethrower and Shotgun have been removed from normal item spawn points.
- After set intervals, a randomly selected Power Weapon Canister will begin unlocking.
- Once a canister is chosen, it will take 1 minute for the canister to unlock, allowing anyone to retrieve the weapon located inside.
- The Shotgun will begin this process after 3 minutes have passed. (Opens at 4.)
- The Flamethrower will begin this process after 6 minutes have passed. (Opens at 7.)
- These show up on the HUD (a bright orange "NEW WEAPON" waypoint) and on the overhead map, as long as the weapon inside has not been taken yet.
- Once the weapon is taken, the canister turns red and is no longer active.
- There is a new Match Setting the host can enable, which will turn off Flamethrower and Shotgun entirely. "No Power Weapons"

Note: This change is made to take the randomness and luck out of power weapons. In previous versions, if the Monster spawned near a Flamethrower or Shotgun, they had an immediate upper hand, based entirely on the luck of their spawn. Alternatively, a Spaceman getting a power weapon early on could also turn the tide against the Monster and prevent them from ever getting a competitive edge against the heavily armed Spacemen. I will keep an eye on this system and may also unlock weapons earlier if the Spacemen manage to complete certain objectives. For now, it's purely time-gated. I expect many heated debates (and maybe a few gunfights) to emerge over who gets the weapon when it unlocks, but that's certainly far better than leaving it up to a dice roll. - Zag

General Improvements:
- Blast Shield Perk now nullifies ALL explosion damage for up to 1.25 seconds after Blast Shield is triggered the first time. This will prevent simultaneous (or near-simultaneous explosions) from killing someone who has the Blast Shield Perk. A common case of this would be a grenade blowing up next a door - the death-by-grenade would be blocked by Blast Shield, but the door explosion would immediately kill the Spacemen despite their Blast Shield. Now, when Blast Shield is triggered, the Spacemen will still drop in health on the initial explosion, but any subsequent explosions will be totally ignored for up to 1.25 seconds.
- Simplified lighting on doors for both aesthetic reasons (darker) and performance reasons (2 less lights per door, per level.)
- Doors now indicate if they're Broken ("REPAIR" with Welder icon) or Welded ("WELDED" with Skull icon) by yellow text on their status panel.
- Fixed the map bug, probably.
- Monster Shapeshift now decays at a rate of 0.6 every 1 second, down from 0.75 every 1 second. This means the Monster can stay shapeshifted for a bit longer.
- LORE: The Company logo now shows up in about two dozen places, ranging from health stations to keypads to EMEs, and even the occasional crate or barrel. Also on your spacesuits, in case you forgot who is providing your precious oxygen.
- Monster can no longer lay eggs while airborne.
- The Monster's killer is now indicated on the post-game scoreobard.
- Improved lighting on Security Guards
- Improved lighting on the Pilot Helmet
- End-game Scoreboard has more neat and consistent columns/titles.
- When emoting, the Emote Icon should now (once again) shows up in the bottom left, by your character's 3D portrait. (Crouch icon has been moved slightly to accommodate this.)
- Tidied up the Emote Wheel a bit.
- Fixed: Chocolate Space Milk cooldown displaying strange numbers or counting the wrong direction.
- Fixed: Text next to Perks on right side of HUD was mis-aligned with the Perk icons.
- Long Overdue Fix: Interaction can no longer occur through walls or other objects. As this is a large system that affects many things, please report any issues with interaction. (Actually, report all bugs you might find! Preferably at http://discord.gg/sandswept in the #bug_reports channel.
- The Monster is now also directly notified when there is only one Spacemen left.
- Fixed: Last Man Standing could trigger multiple times.
- Fixed: In some cases, Last Spaceman Standing can revert back to their original movement speed instead of maintaining the bonus movement speed.
- The Monster can no longer interact with or grab objects during Transformation to Monster Form.
- Fixed: If a Monsters runs out of Shapeshift Energy while transforming, they will transform twice.
- Graphical quality/resolution of the flashlight glare has been improved some.
- Further tidying up of the Abridged Spacemen's Guide to Space. (How To Play Guide, still a work in progress though!)
- Ghost Whispers are now about 25% louder on average.
- Lowered cooldown on Ghost Light Flicker ability to 15 seconds, from 20.

Objectives:
- Research Sample waypoints on HUD are now about 25% smaller.
- Landing Pad waypoints now only show up on HUD when holding TAB to view objective details, with the exception of the Landing Pad that the Shuttle is landing at, in which case the "RESCUE" waypoint will always be visible.
- Landing Pad waypoints should now show up on HUD properly in cases where they might have been missing.
- Landing Pad Debris now shows a small debris indicator when nearby (approx. 5 meters) to help Spacemen spot debris a bit more easily.
- Landing Pads now match the color of their status on the Overhead Map. Reddish-orange for not clear, Green when cleared of debris.
- Fixed: Research Samples and Supply Crates are no longer placed in the floor if dropped while crouching.
- Research Samples and Supply Crates now drop much closer to the person dropping them and should typically no longer be placeable (fully) inside walls or other objects.
- The Rescue Shuttle interior has changed around some, both in terms of visuals and layout.
- Generators have received a make-over and now evoke a bit more of that... "unstable mini-blackhole powering the space station" look.
- Transmitters have a brand new look, particularly with their control panel setup, making it much easier to see the status of a transmitter all in one place, and from a distance.
- Power Outage Levers now show up on the overhead map for everyone (except during a power outage.)


Items:
- The Scanner gear item now has a new look.
- The Vision Enhancer gear item now has a new look.
- The Health Syringe has had some texture improvements and is now also shinier.
- The Oxygen Tank has had some texture improvements and is now also shinier.
- Frag Grenades per map has been reduced to 3, from 4.
- The Assault Rifle, which has been in a weird place for awhile balance-wise, has undergone some drastic changes this patch. Along with its ability to zoom and its full-automatic fire rate, it now has identical stats to the Handgun with a few exceptions (slightly higher recoil and spread.) While it now has lower damage, this is a major buff to the Assault Rifle's accuracy and will make it a lot more useful than it has been in the past.
- The Flamethrower should no longer also barbecue your framerate when firing.

Customization:
- New Free Visor: Laserchrome (Filthy Casual) visor, unlocked and available for everyone right away. This is a little shout-out to our friend Mike at http://www.filthycasual.com, and my way of congratulating him on his recent wedding! Way to go, buddy!
- New Free Animated Visor Set: Odyssey, a small nod to a great film. The visors come in various colors and are unlocked as you progress. (Red, 17. Blue, 19. Green, 21. Orange, 23. Purple, 25. Yellow, 26. White, 27.)
- New Free Visor: Orange Peel, unlocked at rank 26.
- New Free Animated Visor: Static. Unlocked at Level 29.
- The "Charlie" visor is now properly affected by lighting and should not longer have a strange shadow on it in cases where it did.
- New Spaceman Color: Salty (a whiteish color)
- New Spaceman Color: Porcelain (a whiteish yellowish)

<font color="#00F000">Maps:</font>
- All Maps: Due to the inclusion of numerous Power Weapon Canisters on every map, many rooms have had minor tweaks to their layout and furnishing arrangements. As an additional bonus, the canisters are now present in many previously empty, unexciting, or unused areas of the maps, as well as many of the places you might expect them. Most maps now contain anywhere from 8 to 16 canisters, most of which will lie dormant for the duration of the match. Try not to trip on them.
- Outpost 13: Ambient musical track is now properly in the "Music" category and is affected by the Music Volume slider in game settings.
- Outpost 13: "Barrel Stairs" outside Freezer are a bit easier to climb
- Outpost 13: Various shadowing, graphics, furniture, and texture improvements throughout the map.
- Outpost 13: The Map room now has furnishings.
- Outpost 13: The Radio Room now has furnishings.
- Outpost 13: Fixed 2 spawns that were inside furniture. Noteworthy fix was the already-notorious "shelf-spawn" in the Freezer.
- Outpost 13: Red's Shack now has proper furnishings.
- Outpost 13: Support Building now has proper furnishings.
- Echo: Improved the visual look of Echo's doors, and added some trim lights for better spotting of doorways in the dark.
- Echo: The Generator in Maintenance has been moved back quite a bit.
- Echo: The Generator in Blue Mess has been moved closer to the exposed edge. Much closer.
- Abduction: Upon entering the UFO's Tractor Beam, Ghosts will now teleport to the top of the beam.
- Abduction: Various shadowing and other artistic improvements have been made, particularly on the Farmhouse interior.
- Abduction: Fixed issue with UFO doors acting strangely after being repaired.
- Abduction: Wood panels in main hall of the Farmhouse now have proper collision.
- Kema: Exterior lighting has been drastically darkened.

Probably working on proximity VOIP next, as it's one of the last big things affecting game balance. Expect something with that in 0.2.11!
<3 Zag


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About This Game

Unfortunate Spacemen is a multiplayer game about space-based murder in space! Spacemen work diligently to be rescued from their failing outpost, but not everyone is who they claim to be...

Form alliances with other Spacemen and complete objectives, or, if you're not so human -- blend in, disguise yourself, and sabotage plans, betraying your friends and allies in the most gruesome ways imaginable. Death is part of life in space, and you're no exception to the rule. Paranoia runs rampant.

Are you the victim, or the cause?

Check out our Development Starmap to see our full plans!

Current Features:

  • Survive, hunt, or escape on desolate settlements, arctic outposts, derelict space stations, warp-speed hypertrains, or ancient digsites on alien worlds. 5 maps are available right away, with at least 4 more currently in development, and even more planned after that!
  • Supports up to 32 players in a single game!
  • Randomized objectives every time you play. No two rounds play the same!
  • Mimic and devour your 'fellow' Spacemen as the Monster from the blackest reaches of the galaxy!
  • Protect or betray your allies with at least a dozen unique tools, weapons, and items!
  • Rank up through The Company to unlock new customization and perks to customize your playstyle!
  • Bots with diverse personalities are available to help you learn the ropes and practice, or just add more chaos to a multiplayer game!
  • Customize your Spaceman (or Spacewoman) to stand out, or blend in!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 64-bit or later
    • Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD processor, 2.5 GHz or faster
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 470 GTX or AMD Radeon 6870 HD series card or higher
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 15 GB available space

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