PC - Windows
About this game
Developer: Team Jolly Roger
Content Rating: Rating pending
With the shifting gravity on your side, aim your cannons, blast your enemies and enjoy the fireworks. Worbital is a real-time strategic artillery game in space, peppered with a heavy dose of cosmic chaos. The goal: be the last civilization standing!
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- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 10
- Processor: Intel quad core or AMD equivalent
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: AMD HD 7700 Series, 1 GB VRAM or Nvidia/Intel equivalent
- DirectX: Version 11
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 4 GB available space
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How else can I react when he fumbles a missile launch and wastes an expensive nuclear warhead on a passing moon? Or when he flies his Asteroids-style manually controlled attack ship into the asteroid belt at the edge of the map because he came at me too fast? How else can I react as a cloud of debris from that moon rains down on his already damaged rail guns? Worbital isn’t just a smart strategy game. It’s a stellar comedy.
Worbital's features mean that it'll take some time before players get acclimated to it. Once you get used to the gameplay, you'll find it to be a perfect blend of RTS and artillery shooter, with some gravity effects thrown in. It's a shame that the online community is practically nonexistent, but the presence of local multiplayer and the ability to earn currency while playing against friends or bots ensures that it isn't a completely dead game once the campaign has been completed. If you're looking for something different and fun, give Worbital a shot.
Despite some balance issues, and problems of the game running away from the player very easily, there's actually some good, basic fun here. Playing different factions, trying different weapons, and ultimately, simply trying to be the last person in the solar system is fun. With a friend or two, multiplayer can be a fun romp, and the campaign was oddly alluring despite its ultimately simple premise.