Do you like pushing buttons and shouting at your friends? Do you like discharging Clip-jawed Fluxtrunions? If you answered yes, or no, then you might have what it takes to be on a Spaceteam.
Spaceteam is a cooperative party game for 2 to 8 players who shout technobabble at each other until their ship explodes. Each player needs a mobile device (phone, tablet, iPod Touch, etc)
You'll be assigned a random control panel with buttons, switches, sliders, and dials. You need to follow time-sensitive instructions. However, the instructions are being sent to your teammates, so you have to coordinate before the time runs out. Also, the ship is falling apart. And you're trying to outrun an exploding star.
Good luck. And remember to work together... as a Spaceteam!
- An untimely demise
- Beveled Nanobuzzers
- Auxiliary Technoprobes
- Four-stroke Pluckers
Awards & Recognition:
* Winner - GameCity Prize 2013
* Winner - IndieCade 2013 (Interaction Award)
* Winner - A MAZE. Indie Games Award 2013 (The Most Amazing Indie Game)
* Winner - International Mobile Gaming Awards 2013 (Innovation Award)
* Finalist - Independent Games Festival 2013
* Selection - PAX East Indie Showcase 2013
* Featured Game - IndieCade East 2013
- You can now play with video chat using the Bunch app
- Added Catalan language
- Added GDPR privacy page
- Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
It works most of the time, we had trouble getting on to a game with all three methods, it finally worked. It was fun and hilarious but we died soon because my brother has dyslexia and ADHD and didn’t read the words in time, but later after he was done we got really far and took a video of us playing it. It was noisy😋! I would also suggest a game called Who Lurks. It usually crashes once when you open it, but the second time it works. Back to Spaceteam; I like the start screen where the ‘go’ dial is like a thruster throttle on a starship! I really like space, starships and robots (which would explain my nickname up there in the right corner🙃) a new feature would maybe be being able to choose or make your own character, instead of being randomly assigned a boy or girl alien, who may or may not have a good sense of what a good starship uniform should look like (for example, an alien wearing OVERALLS! To a starship!🤨😊 It’s fine, just maybe have a character you can use that you make. I would probably be a robot! A cool-looking one, of course, and not one that falls apart as much as the ship! So really, why is the ship such a heap of junk? It looks cool... but don’t judge a starship by its look, I guess!
I tend to always write long reviews for some reason.
Used to play this game years and years ago, back in what was probably middle school. In college now, so remembering this game existed was a huge nostalgia hit.
I’m immediately redownloading and I’m gonna convince all my roommates to do the same. Playing this game with my dad back then was such a great way to pass the time and a really good memory to look back on-I texted him about it trying to remember the name and he knew what I was talking about just by texting “rocket ship panel an communication”. I’m gonna talk him into playing next time I see him, but for now, my roommates (and best friends) will have to do.
Thanks for the good memories, and I hope I’ll make more (if me and my roommates don’t kill each other playing, of course)!
IGNORE THE THING BEHIND YOU AND WASH THE DISHES!!!
This game. Everything about it is pure gold. We play it as a family during reunions in the summer, and some of us are hoarse by the time we die (usually near Sector 9).
This game has us screaming and throwing our phones around one minute, then laughing as we attempt to pronounce the Hyperbalerex corkscrewabout that needs to be either caressed or stirred.
Pretty sure whoever’s NOT playing the game with us...hates us.... Because we tend to get loud commanding our teammates to “Ignore the thing behind them,” “drown their sorrows,” or “wash the dishes” amongst other ridiculous orders.
This game is the perfect party game for anyone who has a quick enough tongue to attempt wonky pronunciation.
And the best part? The encouraging posthumous awards you receive at the time of death. And the cheerful little theme song that plays at the beginning of the credits.
10/5 Stars if it were possible.
- Henry Smith
- 165.4 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
- English, Catalan, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2012 Henry Smith
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock All Upgrades $4.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.