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

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

Development log

Comments

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Very fun game, Had fun playing and trying to get a faster route. Ignore people in the background.

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

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 this game is fun :D

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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.

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

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



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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!! 

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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

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

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

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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!

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Thank you Nathan!