Hyperdrive Massacre is an 80s inspired arcade fragfest in Spacewar sauce designed around local multiplayer, focused on kinestetics, tactical and shooting skills at a frenzied pace.
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Positive (13) - 92% of the 13 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
12 Oct, 2015
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8 November

Redout: Space Assault gameplay pre-alpha video!

Redout: Space Assault page has been updated with our new pre-alpha gameplay video and a few screenshots of the current stage of the project. There’s still a lot to do and listening to your feedback about the multiplayer focus has been of great help for us.

Space Assault has now a lot more content on the single-player campaign and the arcade feel of the game greatly improved in the last couple of months. You can watch the video on its Steam page or on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTca9fM95vU
Also, we finally created the official Discord server for the game. Join now to discuss the game with us! https://discord.gg/bCR52s4
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8 October

Mars or Die! gets amazing free content!

A total of 669 changes between V1.1.2 and V1.2

THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN!
The Supreme Leader was downhearted with the reception of its propaganda. After eating an unhealthy dose of chocolate, he called for a Great Warfare Maneuver to shake things up. After many fervent weeks of work, we are now ready to present the New Great Plan for conquering Mars! Of course, we will need to re-establish communications with our Explorers first...

NEW DEFENSIVE STRUCTURE: BARRICADE
To stop aliens from chewing on your defences, you’ve got to… give them something else to chew on first! These Titanium barricades with an integrated Energy Field can withstand terrifying amounts of punishment, allowing your turrets do their job.



NEW DEFENSIVE STRUCTURE: MORTAR TURRET
Get rid of those pesky swarms from a distance! The Mortar Turret drops shells dealing AoE damage. Its long range also allows to counter aliens shooting from afar. A must-have gadget for every interplanetary army!



NEW DEFENSIVE STRUCTURE: STUN TURRET
When it comes to hand-to-hand combat, every second counts. This revolutionary installation fires a strong audiovisual shockwave that overloads alien senses, dealing moderate area damage but especially stunning them for a few precious moments.



UPGRADEABLE DEFENSIVE STRUCTURES
A new Structures Upgrade System allows you to spend your Resources to strengthen your Turrets individually, up to level 10! From today, we won’t depend on crate-box supplies only!



NEW ALIEN: BOMBER
These strange, short creatures look like they just left Thanksgiving dinner. Problem is, they are basically mobile buckets of explosive chemicals. And, they run like stink!



NEW ALIEN: SNIPER
An extremely dangerous specimen shooting extremely long-range bullets with precision. Good Mortars can take care of them: otherwise, our Explorers will need to take them on personally!

NEW ALIEN: JETPACK GRUNT
These obnoxious creatures can drop anywhere on the battlefield. Usually, they tend to drop behind our defence lines. This is most unfortunate, especially because they are aggressive and tough!



NEW CAMPAIGN: LIBERATION. BIGGER AND BADDER!
There is a strange… mutation going on: we identified 4 new alien evolutions, considerably stronger and faster than the previous one. This new 9-missions Campaign will take you to the deep recesses of the Red Planet, to find out what is the source of this formidable threat. We will need every bit of our new military technology to survive the Infection!



NEW GAME MODE: HARDCORE
In case you need an even harder challenge, both the Conqvest and Liberation campaign can be played at Hardcore difficulty.

NEW RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: INFINITE CRYSTALS
Thanks to a more efficient extraction process, Crystal pools can be mined for longer. Also, once a pool is depleted, it will continue to grant bits and pieces of Crystals indefinitely: the income will be much lower, but this will grant more time to transfer your base to a more Hawaiian location.
We also found out that Aliens love Crystals as snacks, so they always carry some. Meaning, we get free Resources for each Alien we KO!

UPGRADE CRATE BOXES
They can now be researched on the spot. Just make sure a Research Center is up and running, find a Crate and pick it up. It will be automatically transferred to your base and applied!

BOOST-TURN
We realigned and optimized propellers, so Explorers can now turn while Boosting. Exploring Mars is a breeze! Wheeeeeee!



SCOUT BEAN SHIELDS OVERHAUL
Bean’s Shield is no longer damaged by alien projectiles. Bean can also bash enemies by boosting onto them while Shields are up. Show off your skills!



UI REVIEW
The last placed structure is automatically selected on reopening the Build Menu, making it faster to build a line of defence..
A better alignment between crosshair and bullets makes shooting smoother.
Enemy Health UI is now visible (can be turned off).
Remaining wave duration time is now displayed.
Minimap review: it now displays only Crate Boxes in proximity.

AI REVIEW
Companion automatically tries to reach an O2 tank when oxygen is low.
Companion always comes when called (removed minimum radius for the Follow command).

GAME CONTENT REVIEW
Reviewed classic campaign structure, duration and goals to adapt for new content.
Reviewed and recalibrated Endless mode difficulty to adapt for new content.

THANKS FOR THE ATTENTION!
If you are *still* reading, phew! That was a lot to cover. We have read some legitimate, constructive criticism after launching the game and worked hard to give you a deeper experience, more content, more strategic variety and challenges.
There is much more we would have loved to do (but couldn't, due to time constraints) but for now do let us know what you appreciate, what still needs work, and what you'd love to see in the game.
Mars, or Die!



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Reviews

“Hyperdrive Massacre understands what it is, and plays to its strength of frenetic multiplayer action to perfection.”
80 – CogConnected

“A prime slice of local-multiplayer gaming that offers both co-operative and competitive action that is balanced, consistent and most importantly of all, hugely entertaining.”
80 – GamesPew

“Hyperdrive Massacre is exactly what it says on the tin; a super fast game that gives the player the ability to continually destroy their friends in a variety of game modes over and over again.”
80 – The Xbox Hub

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Hyperdrive Massacre was designed from the ground up for the controller and requires a controller to play.

About This Game

Hyperdrive Massacre is an 80s inspired local multiplayer fragfest for up to 4 players. Players take control of a space cadillac and frag their way to victory against friends or can also play against AI. Both modes allow players to unlock a full crew roster. Submachine guns, sniper rifles, frag grenades, homing missiles and bullet deflectors are just some of the tools player can use to create havoc.

Note: this game requires a Controller to play.


Hperdrive Massacre is best played on a couch. Although its content is family-friendly, it also makes for an excellent drinking game.


  • 3 solo and local multiplayer game modes: Deathmatch, Death Race, Last Man Standing.
  • Plus 3 local-multiplayer-only game modes: Team Deathmatch, Space Soccer and Spong
  • Local Multiplayer up to 4 players
  • 8 Unique battle arenas
  • 16 space enabled muscle cars, each manned by its own whacky crew
  • 10 instant power up weapons each allowing a different play style
  • Viciously challenging AI for when your friends are not around
  • Rocking original sound track

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Dual Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 4000
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 450 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: NOTE: CONTROLLER REQUIRED
    Minimum:
    • OS: Lion 10.7
    • Processor: Dual Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0+
    • Storage: 450 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: NOTE: CONTROLLER REQUIRED
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.10
    • Processor: Dual core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0+
    • Storage: 450 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: NOTE: CONTROLLER REQUIRED (Xbox 360 controller and the default Ubuntu XPad driver highly recommended)

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