Lead your orbital battleships to victory in Flotilla! Fight, trade, and explore new planets in your journey through the galaxy. Discover upgrades and artifacts to install on your fleet ships, and engage in battle with bounty hunters and pirate space-chickens.
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18. juli

Quadrilateral Cowboy release date

I'm very excited to announce Quadrilateral Cowboy will be released on July 25, 2016 at 10AM PST.

Quadrilateral Cowboy is a first-person cyberpunk heist adventure from Blendo Games, developer of titles such as Flotilla and Atom Zombie Smasher.

The initial launch will be for Windows, with the Mac and Linux builds coming in September 2016. Read more info at: http://blendogames.com/qc

See you in a week!

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Lead your orbital battleships to victory in Flotilla! Fight, trade, and explore new planets in your journey through the galaxy. Discover upgrades and artifacts to install on your fleet ships, and engage in battle with bounty hunters and pirate space-chickens. Featuring tactically rich 3D combat, flank and surprise the enemy from any direction. And when the dust settles, generate another uniquely randomized universe for a brand-spanking new adventure!

Key features:

  • No adventure is the same: Whenever you begin an adventure, the universe is randomly populated with characters, upgrades, and encounters.
  • There is no "up" in space: Explore the tactical richness of full 3D movement. Watch your angles and flank the enemy from all directions.
  • Configure your fleet: Find loot throughout your adventures, and install upgrades and artifacts to your flotilla of ships.
  • Play with a friend: Grab a buddy and play through the adventure cooperatively in splitscreen.
  • Blow up your friend: In the Skirmish Mode, set up custom fleets and battle human or computer-controlled enemies.

Systemkrav

    • Operating system: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 1GHz
    • Memory: 1GB
    • Hard disk space: 80MB
    • Video: DirectX-compatible, Shader Model 1.1
    • Sound: DirectX-compatible
    • DirectX®: 9.0
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Reckless and Provocative
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Publisert: 17. juli
Flotilla is feng shui in space; it's Ender's Game adapted by Lawrence Lllewellyn-Bowen. The enemy sofa is down. You take turns moving boxes, your boxes shoot at other boxes with missiles and lasers, and you can position your boxes to absorb or deflect incoming shots. This continues until you've decorated a weirdly orange spacescape with the hollowed out box corpses of your enemies

It also has a few ha-ha-so-quirky random events you cycle through by clicking on planets, King of Dragon Pass style. Who cares though you're here to move bigger boxes into smaller boxes so they explode
 
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Stygian God
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Publisert: 15. juni
Space madness.
 
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Spud Muffin
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Publisert: 18. mai
Really a joy. Not a fancy game by any stretch, seeming almost a little bit incompleted. My understanding after many hours of play is that there is in fact no way to win. It seems to me that it was on the leading edge of the rogue like trend. Unfortunately that makes it feel a little dated. However, the game mechanics are the best space combat strategy I have ever seen (reminds me of the book Ender's Game a little). So I recommend Flotilla for anyone. Just don't spend much on it, or expect an expansive game.
 
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<Insert Name Here>
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Publisert: 8. april
Okay, let's get one thing straight. This is NOT homeworld. I know it looks like a simplistic indie version of it, but it ain't. This is one of those "Choose-your-own-adventure" books from the 80s. but with a massively-simplified 3d game built in.

You start off at the beginning with a fixed amount of 'moves' (14), which equate to picking 14 planets out of 20 or so, and have to make the best choices in each situation. Similar to 'deal-or-no-deal', there's no actual strategy to your next choice of 'planet', you just have to pick planets one after the other until you run out of them. At each planet, something happens, (the box is opened, if you like). You have to make a choice, and you either come off better, worse, or unchanged.

I quite enjoyed those "choose your own adventure" books, so this game kinda grows on me. Each time you play, you get a slightly different set of choices, and therefore outcomes. I've tried a few different options, and the results are pleasing, and sometimes marginally funny. Mostly. however, you're left wondering WTF that was all about. If you do remember those books, you'll remember they were designed to be played during a lunch hour, or break time. You could rip through an 'adventure' in about 15 to 20 minutes, and once you knew the book, you could scan the text, note where you were and move on, doing each page in a few seconds. With some of the two-person book sets, where someone was 'chasing' you (Dual-master series, for example), you could very quickly have a chase through the landscape. That's exactly how this feels. You play a 'game' for no more than about 20 minutes, maybe 30 if you take your time in the battles. Each 'game' is wholly self-contained, and when you start the next one, everything is reset, and you play over. Many of the situations repeat verbatim, so when you're playing you see a picture, pick out a word, like "pirate" or "slaver", and immediately pick the outcome you want, without reading the rest of the text, note the outcome, and move on.

By and large, the game is completely random: There's no ramp-up or anything. When you arrive at a 'planet', and are told to fight, you may be up against easy, medium, or hard at any stage. So, a lot of the negative reviews talk about how hard the game is because you can meet more powerful enemies right at the start. Well, yes, that's true, in the same way that if you're playing any game, it's only challenging if there's a bigger monster to fight. However, flotilla has one pro and con in the same 'feature': There's one strategy that works really well. It's pretty obvious when you think about it, but I won't spoil it. There are lots of other strategies as well, but as with most space games, like Homeworld, there's not a whole heap of stuff you can do in open space warfare.

To counter this weakness in the genre, Flotilla has an overlaid 2d-ism on the 3d: Ships have 'tops' and 'bottoms', which means that there's an asymmetry in the usual turning battle you get. The only thing I'll say is that as long as you have two ships, you should have no problem with battles in this game, more and you're sorted, fewer (i.e. 1 ship), and you have a long fight ahead, which is probably only going to end one way, death.

The game feels like a first project: Very simplistic art, simplistic models, sound clips taken from other games or stock sources, one or perhaps two music tracks. However, it's been nicely polished, and you don't get a sense that it's 'raw' or anything. The bizarre animal images, like deer wearing uniforms, is just absurd, but ultimately ignorable. In the same way that you ignore the features of the face cards in a card game: It's what the image and its text represent as a positive or negative to your 'game' that matters.

Some of the 'positive' effects allow you to upgrade your ships. Some of the upgrades appear marginally useless, whereas some really affect your life expectancy in the skirmishes. You get to realise which pretty quickly.

I'd recommend this game if it was on sale for less than (say) £3 or £4. It suits people who like quick skirmishes of space ships, and have an absurdist sense of humour. Don't get it if you're expecting a serious story, or subtle combat like Homeworld.

 
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Reap
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Publisert: 24. februar
Very tough game! I really liked the timing combat in it but Ifailed to get very far.

Its a bit of a time sink too unfortunately. Flotilla suffers a little from a difficult UI too.

Really good but a lot of patience is needed to properly get to grip with it.
 
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skreyola
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Publisert: 21. februar
If this game had a save feature, it would be a 5/5-star game. Without it, it's only fun if you have a whole day to play all the way through it.
 
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King Crimson Guard
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Publisert: 1. februar
Well crafted and inventive indie game. Very simple game mechanic that is welcome compared to how complicated most space-themed games are.
 
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Something Music
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Publisert: 31. desember, 2015
I like the idea of flotilla, but I feel like the execution is comparably clunky and just kinda difficult to get used to compared to, say, Homeworld or another game. Admittedly I didn't spend much time playing simply because I didn't quite enjoy it as much as I thought I would, but maybe I'll give it another shot sometime.
 
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The Quaker Oats Guy.
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Publisert: 20. desember, 2015
Got killed by a secret swan spy 10/10 would plauy again
 
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sgtlion
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Publisert: 18. desember, 2015
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Publisert: 17. juli
Flotilla is feng shui in space; it's Ender's Game adapted by Lawrence Lllewellyn-Bowen. The enemy sofa is down. You take turns moving boxes, your boxes shoot at other boxes with missiles and lasers, and you can position your boxes to absorb or deflect incoming shots. This continues until you've decorated a weirdly orange spacescape with the hollowed out box corpses of your enemies

It also has a few ha-ha-so-quirky random events you cycle through by clicking on planets, King of Dragon Pass style. Who cares though you're here to move bigger boxes into smaller boxes so they explode
 
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Publisert: 2. november, 2014
DESCRIPTION
Flotilla is a short to medium length space strategy game. In comparison to similar games, it was made before FTL (and served as minor inspiration for FTL) and after the first two Weird Worlds games (not cited as an inspiration for Flotilla).

You are the captain of two identical small ships to begin with, always the same two ships. You have been told you have seven months to live. You jump around a procedurally generated starmap just like FTL and Weird Worlds, at each jump you encounter a random event. It can be a multiple choice question, a free item or ship to add to your flotilla and of course it can be a fight.

You'll enter a fight with your full flotilla, which will be every ship you managed to get during that run. You will fight the opposing team in 30 second bursts until one team is completely annihilated. Back on the map, after a certain amount of time has passed, the game ends and you get your final score.

PROS
The combat: Every time someone makes me play a game and says "it's art" they're not always wrong but they usually are. Well I'm putting my nuts on the chopping block, this is art. You point out where on the X, Y and Z axis you want your ship to travel too, you decide if they'll be firing and who they'll be firing at. Then you press play and it plays out for 30 seconds, everyone floats in their allotted directions firing at what you wanted them to. In the background plays classical piano pieces, Prelude in D-Flat Major by Chopin etc. as this is going on. Then when the 30 seconds are up, silence.... and you plot the next moves and press play again. Shielding is actually proper shielding, you hit the light coloured areas you're hitting a shield, chances of scoring an actual HP lowering hit are slim when you do that, you hit a non-shielded area such as the rear or underside then you'll likely cause damage. I play out these battles in the background all evening while I'm working on other things, it's a relaxing experience and it's very difficult to get flustered. To me this is the best part of the game it does what FTL and Weird Worlds couldn't do for me, fit into the background rather than command my undivided attention.

The characters and setting: Rastafarian Cats, Bandit Penguins it's got an interesting mix of anthropomorphised characters, humans too. Each character is offset against a very fitting musical theme. After every jump in the star system you find yourself asking "what the hell was that about?" which definitely seems to be the developer's intention and I think they pulled it off. I find it even more interesting than the lore in FTL.

The Mystery: Outside of the ships and ship upgrades, nothing is explained. Every decision can come back to haunt to you in a branched off event, this was done to excellent effect in FTL two years later as well, Flotilla's handling of events is terser and shorter but far more representative of the whole game story. For example each jump you make and what happened gets written down in a Captain's log which reflects your ending score.

CONS
Reduced content: The game is small. It's a real shame that it likely won't see the updates and DLC that it so richly deserves. From a standpoint of pure common sense it's just not viable for Blendo Games to return to the development of a 4 year old game, especially when it's a one man team and the popularity of this title pales in comparison to their other titles, such as Thirty Flights of Loving. As opposed to other games where the community would like to see PvP/Co-op multiplayer, updated art assets, expanded story or even a sequel just for the purpose of milking their favourite game dry even when it's not the best decision, that is definitely not the case with Flotilla. This game gets the green light on PvP multiplayer, especially online, the mechanics are screaming out for this addition to the game it would work incredibly well, online co-op fits in just as well (note: Local co-op is already available). Another well-fitting feature would be modding, Flotilla is built from a small pool of "what is fun", to pull this off the developer reduced the graphics to very simple geometric shapes and made the game all about travelling to the location, then fighting in the location. As for the fighting itself, you move, you roll, you fire, you turn your shields in the direction of oncoming fire, you direct your fire towards the non-shielded areas of the opponent. A modding community could work with the whole game, even if it was just pure XML (similar to Dungeons of Dredmor) after only experiencing 5 hours of the game you could extend it straight away.

Un-pruned areas: The developer has been very honest about the state of his code on Flotilla, undoubtedly being his first commercial game it's likely that large swathes of the code didn't lend itself to decent re-use and as a result it would seem that a few screw ups here and there that detract from the overall enjoyment of the game can't be as easily fixed as you would think. Certainly not as easy as if he wrote the game today with his current experience. An example is controller support, this game has it but in a very old-fashioned way, you can't use the gamepad in single player, but a second player can use a gamepad in addition to the first player using keyboard and mouse in local co-op. The Beam Frigate's AI can get stuck quite a lot and just not move, making them sitting ducks, it typically happens when there's too much going on in the frigate's vicinity. You start with two of what is arguably the best ship in the game, it's so fast it can take on almost anyone, my opinion may change after a few more games in hardcore mode but for now I would say that other starting configurations and balancing things more favourably for the opponent would have been a great improvement also.

SUMMARY
This is space opera the game basically. A twenty minute let's play video would not contain any spoilers as far as I can tell so go and watch one if you're interested in purchasing the game because so much of this game's charm is in what is indescribable, it's definitely a game most would describe as "crafted".

Using the Horseblair rating system I would give it 8 Tiger Hats out of 10. Or a thumbs up on the Steam rating system.
 
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30 av 32 personer (94%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 14. desember, 2013
Really nice little game. Inoffensive and accessible, Flotilla lends itself well to both pick-up-and-play gaming, or more extended sessions with the hardcore mode. The gameplay is quick to learn, and surprisingly deep once you get a decent lineup of ships. You can get some pretty impressive all-out battles underway, especially if you use the custom skirmish mode. The main story is extremely basic, but as you move through the universe you'll meet crazy characters, creatures, make friends, and make enemies. Every play will be different.

Flotilla has a unique and striking presentation that works quite well, and gives the game a special flair you won't find anywhere else.
 
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20 av 20 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 24. juni, 2014
I had way too much fun with this game. It has a combat system similar to Frozen Synapse and a choose your own adventure game feel too it that was a nice touch. I think some of the people that reviewed this game didn't really give it the chance that it needed. Of course it has its flaws, but the tactical potential of this game is huge. When you use your badass space captain tactics to take down one of the huge battleships and some Beam Frigates with just a couple of Destroyers it makes you feel like the baddest mother ♥♥♥♥er around.

I never really review games, but when I realized this was my second most played game and that I'd put almost 170 hours into it I felt that it was necessary.
 
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12 av 12 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 27. juli, 2014
Still playing this game 4 years later. Ridiculously hard but beautiful and infinitely replayable.
 
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13 av 15 personer (87%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 30. november, 2013
FLT before FTL. Charming visual design, and a great bite-sized "rogue-like-like" without any sort of persistence. Quick to see all it has to offer and the combat isn't as in-depth and chaotic as that of FTL, but it's still one hell of a ride.
 
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11 av 12 personer (92%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 29. september, 2011
So you have been diagnosed with Space-Typhus, Space-Cholera or other Space-Disease-that-one-is-allowed-to-make-fun about. The best course of action is ofcourse to buy 2 space ships, venture into the random-generated depths of space and meet various men, women and beasts.

Exactly. It's one of the best games ever.

Ships look simple but incredibly cool. Events are fun, even after many times of playing. The best thing to do is to get a friend and play local co-op in hard mode.
That's the sad thing: The game is short, and you can't save. But in hard mode you get some more time..and more cool events! There is pigs, deers, hitchhikers, cats, octopus, swans, metal bands, scientists, spiders and more!

There is also Versus Mode that I don't care about, but it's just as the normal battles, so I think it can become pretty cool when you play against a human.

I rate this game..oh boy...a 95 outa 100
 
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9 av 9 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 14. januar, 2014
Another great game from the wizards at Blendo! Bite-sized but playable for hours on end. True 3d space battles at appropriate scales. Firing requires anticipation of where the enemy will be. Turns are planned out then take place in real time. Procedurally generated campaign offers indie charm and variety. Show these devs some love!
 
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9 av 9 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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Publisert: 6. mars, 2014
Lovely little game. If you are looking for tens of hours of gameplay, look somewhere else.
But if you want a lovely looking game that you play for 20 mins at a time then this is perfect.
 
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Publisert: 12. desember, 2013
Great little game, short and sweet. More fun than most strategy games.
 
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