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Lazerbait is a free arcade strategy game set in virtual reality with one simple goal: capture all the planets to build more ships and destroy your enemies!

The player is presented with a god-like perspective of a system of planets. Each planet that a player owns will produce ships over time. Using the motion controllers, the player can direct their fleet of ships from planet to planet in attempt to capture as many planets as possible. The more planets a player owns, the more ships the player can produce. Eventually players can build up fleets of many hundreds of ships that lead to awesome massive space battles.

The player is challenged by up to 7 A.I. characters in free-for-all style who are also working hard to capture all the planets and eliminate their enemies. The game is highly configurable allowing players to choose the game speed, map size, ship limits, number of A.I. players, and A.I. difficulty. Maps are procedurally generated at random for each game played so no two games will ever be the same.

Global stats and leaderboards are kept over time for the total number of ships destroyed and the total number of A.I. players defeated at each difficulty setting.
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Taylor Stapleton
Taylor Stapleton
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1
  • Processor: i5-4590
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 970
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Lazerbait reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
The Game is really Fun! The Difficulty can easily be adjusted individually, so that other Game situations and Game Environments arise all the time. For me, this simple Strategy game, despite simple Graphics, has a high Replay value. However, The Game can still tolerate a lot of Fine-tuning. The tutorials simply abruptly break off, for example. It would also be cool if the Planets were rotating around their own Axis and the Spaceships were a little more detailed. None of This changes the great gameplay and the very good Control for two controllers. The Music could be more varied.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Strategy in 3D, great. Very simple Concept, but makes lest on more such games. Game Principle: With your own Ships, other Planets must be conquered, the more planets are in Egg Ownership, the more Ships you own. The Goal is to own all the Planets in a Map. With the 2nd Controller, the Map can be moved and with the first Controller, the Fleet can be Commanded. On Easy and with 1 NPC Opponent, the Game is fast through, but with multiple Opponents and bigger Card slightly more Challenging. Then, if the AI is screwed higher, then becomes intressant and fast. For Friends to recommend the strategy games.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Despite minimalist Graphics, Lazerbait is convincing in many Ways. (Tested With HTC Vive) The Gameplay principle is explained relatively quickly and yet difficult to master. It's a Real-time strategy game against Computer Opponents. Our Job is to conquer all the Planets and wipe out our Enemies. Each Planet produces different Numbers of Spaceships, depending on the size, which we immediately send into Battle to conquer new Planets. To do this, we send a percentage of Ships off. Our Fleet can only ever interact in a Planet-sized Environment, the larger the planet, the higher the Range. This means that one is sometimes forced to proceed very strategically and to plan his next trains in Advance, since the AI is not idling and diligently travels Planets. Even though the Graphics were kept very minimalist, a great Mid-chin feeling comes up. We can move freely through space, Rotating the Galaxy freely and deligting our Fleets to their Stakes around us. In addition, the Game offers many Settings for Size, difficulty, number of Ships, etc. This all runs completely smoothly and smoothly, the Controls seem well thought out and the Game is really demanding at higher levels of Difficulty. And as a Bonus, the Game is also free, for me a very clear Recommendation for any strategy fan. Greeting Ziffi Ziffi's Game tips as Curator: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/5837414/
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