A video inside a video? Yes. The main menu is also the area to configure the game, and also a math combat arena (Titan). Videos inside the arena will show how to play, tips, and info about math and science.
Internal beta is ready to deploy to betatesters.
We go on working with the beta of Math Combat Challenge. But we´re also implementing new features. Here is an excerpt of the earthquake and the Hydra. As usual, this is work in progress
We have been in Madrid, in the event, presented the game to the public for the first time. The result has certainly been better than expected. A lot of expectation on the part of the players, and much curiosity to see how they have united the mathematics with a game acclimated in the space.
We will make a longer presentation at the request of the organizers. And more surprises that we will announce soon. Thanks a lot for your support.
You want the best weapon. We have it. The Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) is always there when you´re low of energy, lasers and missiles. You´ll never regret to carry one of these in your arsenal. Enjoy!
The SCD is intented to avoid enemy starships, or to evade them when in combat. But be careful: the system can be unstable. Don´t try to use it too much, it can be overloaded and then some strange things can happen…
Math Combat Challenge (MC2) is a videogame in development for PC and Mac inspired by the novel “Messenger of the Náströnd”, and settled in 2156, three years after the previous novel. It´s an indie game developed by a very small team.
This video shows some elements of the novel and the game, with the voice of the main character, Sandra Kimmel.
Sandra is an android, who has been active for 106 years. Her mission is to travel to Titan, to investigate a plot by a drug cartel that has kidnapped a man. There she´ll see that things were not as simple as when they informed her.
The game will be Oculus Rift compatible.
Do they outnumber you? Short of fuel or defenses? Have you exhausted your energy for the system of concealment?
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