A downloadable game for Windows

If it is broken, break it more.

It's 1997. You gain access to a leaked build of an in-development first person shooter game.

Controls:

WASD — Move
SPACE — Jump, double jump
LMB — Use weapon
R — Respawn at save point

Team:

Dito Seregin https://twitter.com/terzalo
Nick Shikhachevskiy: https://www.instagram.com/lqfp_post/
Yuriy Makeev: https://www.instagram.com/drmckey
Viktor Parfenov: https://www.instagram.com/parfenov.viktor

Third-party attributions are listed on game's credits page.

Download

Download
hammer_space — Windows 64 108 MB
Download
(Old) hammer_space — Jam Version — Windows 64 219 MB

Development log

Comments

Log in with itch.io to leave a comment.

(2 edits)

Make a mode where the guards don't know how to use a gun so instead of shooting you they just stare at you menacingly. The new mode should also make it so that you can't fall into the void when stepping out of bounds.

(+1)

What a cool idea for a game mechanic! Can't wait to see more.

(+1)

This is a really interesting and solid foundation, I can't wait for more

(+1)

 this game is fun :D

(1 edit) (+1)

I love the concept of the game. It's pretty fun so far and it reminds me of Portal, one of my all time favorites. I would love to play a longer version.

(+1)

In love the idea of this game! I'm very impressed and it's also fun and eerie! Keep it up 🙌

(2 edits) (+2)

Absolutely in love with this. One of the most fun games to route and play through in years.



(+1)

The game is very original. The idea of the hammer to generate bugs in the game and that being part of the strategy is something that impressed.

It is also a very fun game. Congratulations!! 

(+2)

really fun and unique mechanics in this and the level design uses them really well! would love to see this expanded with some more levels someday

(1 edit) (+3)

amazing, realy want to see a full version of this idea!

(+1)

This game is so much fun, really nice to play! Interesting mechanics~

(1 edit) (+1)

Very fun!  Thank you so much for sharing your art.  I am really impressed with how outside the box you thought for this game, and I had a great time with it.   If you want to see some of my gameplay, you can click on my thumbnail below and it'll take you to my Youtube!

(+2)(-1)

Thank you Nathan!