Be the DJ. Keep the customers happy. Make some money. And save the disco from destruction.
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Positive (17) - 82% of the 17 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Jul 20, 2017

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Note: This Early Access game is not complete and may or may not change further. If you are not excited to play this game in its current state, then you should wait to see if the game progresses further in development. Learn more

What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“We want to get valuable feedback from the gaming community on what works and what doesn't in Virtual Reality. Early Access, will give us the opportunity to test our ideas and adapt, depending on our users' suggestions.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“Until we make a final decision on where the game is headed.”

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

In the current stage of development, we have several ideas on how we want to take this game forward:

  • We are working on a story, that will support the gameplay and the mechanics, while putting the player into the game's world.
  • We are looking into the addition of online and multiplayer elements.
  • Also, we have lots of gameplay ideas, that can be added on top of what's already there, and create a much more complex final game.

But some things that will be coming soon:

  • More levels, more types of customers
  • Use power-ups in the right moment to multiply your gains
  • Use your money to upgrade your gear
  • Add your own music
  • Break more things

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“We consider the Early Access build as a minimum viable example of the gameplay mechanics. Currently, it's a full experience, with a beginning, middle and end, that can be enjoyed in multiple 10-minute playthroughs. (Although, there are still lots of bugs to be found!)”

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

“For the moment, the game is free. But we plan to set a price, when we feel this is appropriate, according to the value of the added content and features.”

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

“We want the community to have an active role in the development of the game. We are open to all kinds of suggestions, and feedback on what works and what doesn't.”
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October 25

Disco Destruction: The Tutorial Update.

Dear players,

It’s been some months since we last talked, but we’ve been hard at work.

First of all, we want to thank you for your feedback on the first release of Disco Destruction. Even as an alpha version, many of you had lots of fun with it. And now, we have a much better understanding of where we want to take it.

This Update.

In this October Update, we have added a Tutorial scene. After watching lots of playthroughs of Disco Destruction, we noticed that the rules of the game weren’t clear enough. Please try playing it once again, but now after completing the short tutorial.

Maybe this time you can tell the Barman that “the shitty music” was his fault!

Also, from now on, we officially support the Oculus Rift. Please play Disco Destruction on your Rift and send us your feedback.

Where we are heading.

Our plan for the future is simple: Disco Destruction will be a full game.

It will have a level progression, upgrades and a (short but fun) storyline, that we hope will last at least some hours. Despite our limitations as a small team, we really want to go all-out on our first game and try to create something very fun and worth your time.

One of the reasons why we work on VR, is its ability to take you to another world. For us, that’s its biggest power.

Of course, to create this feeling, a lot of work is needed in the months towards our full-release. In the final product, the game is going to be better looking. It will have deeper gameplay elements, possibilities of customisation and, most of all, a satisfying duration.

The next months.

Until the final release, which will probably be in the beginning of 2018, we’re going to push frequent updates, using the same Alpha graphical assets as our current Early Access release. This way we’re going to test various mechanisms that will be used in the final game.

These next updates will continue to be free. We’re going to try our best to make the game better and more fun, and see your reactions and feedback to the changes.

Let’s keep in touch.

We’re doing all of this mostly for our love of games and VR. So, whatever your question or feedback, please join the conversation in our Steam Community and tell us what’s on your mind.

Every kind of feedback is taken very seriously. We do this for the players. Help us become better!

See you soon,
The Subjective Team
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July 27

Disco Destruction - The Scratching Update.

Dear players,

Just one week after the first release of Disco Destruction, we have already gotten lots of interesting feedback. Today, we have our first update ready, that, among small bug fixes, adds a new and very fun element to the game: Vinyl Scratching!

So, update the game, put a disc on and start scratching! But don’t overdo it, or else the customers will get angry.

Please note that this is the first implementation of the scratching feature and we would also like your feedback on how it feels, or what would make it even better.

For a full list of the main changes in this update:
  • We added the scratching functionality. Now, you’ll feel like you’re DJing even more.
  • We added a restart button in the disco level (just press the Menu button to see it). This will make it easier to stop a night that goes bad…
  • There’s a Quick-Play button in the Intro level. It will only show up after your first playthrough.
  • The bottles now have liquid in them. Please, don’t drink it!
  • Technical stuff, in some places, were fixed.

Please enjoy our game, and remember: the discussions on our Steam Community Page are always open for you to post your experience and feedback.

We'll be back soon, with more news - and of course many more updates to Disco Destruction!

The Subjective Team
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About This Game

About the game:

Disco Destruction is the story of a derelict Miami disco, built by an old, grumpy man from Mykonos. You just found yourself in the wrong place and time and… boom, now you are a DJ.

But there are no mp3s or laptops with glowing fruits. Only the old man’s dusty vinyl collection, and some broken record players. Keeping the people happy won’t be easy. You’ll have to keep your eyes on their mood, and strategically build it up, until they reach “ecstasy”.

Can you DJ? Well, the old man doesn’t care. You f****d it up, and now you have to pay up. Just play some music, man, and keep the customers happy, to keep them paying. And, for god’s sake, never let the music stop!

Things you can do:

  • Play music using your virtual vinyls (and scratch!)
  • Manage the mood of the customers
  • Break things
  • Enjoy getting "things" thrown at you
  • Make money - and compete for a high-score

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or newer
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 4590 or AMD FX 8350 or greater
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290 or better
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
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