Spacelines from the Far Out gets a release date for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the innovative creators behind developer Coffeenauts. Due to makes it’s way onto Steam very soon.
Skystone Games and indie developer Coffeenauts are over the moon to announce that Spacelines from the Far Out will launch on June 9th. This groovy jazz-fueled adventure also supports Valve’s brand new Steam Deck.
Spacelines from the Far Out is a heavily comedic sci-fi party game. Offering a unique game for 1-4 players locally and via online co-op. This rogue-lite is a space traveling extravaganza. Due to blend the golden era of air travel with the utopian space age dreamscape of the 1960s. But try not to run into any big rocks.
Spacelines from the Far Out – Official Launch Trailer
Features include every trope imaginable from the “glory” that was mid-century Planet Earth. Spacelines from the Far Out players can expect incredibly bad food, dance-offs, and random encounters of the 5th kind. As well as repairing broken equipment, dealing with gravity loss, and piloting 101. There are also vomit puddles (yes, we said it…), floating vomit puddles (again…), hull damage, plus space hazards. There are asteroids galore, lack of fuel, various paid entertainment features, and price hikes. Plus the Inspector and really vicious comets. Again, watch out for those big space rocks.
You can also get a jump start on learning how to be a space pilot right now. Doing so in the Spacelines from the Far Out: Flight School, available for free on Steam. With support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.
Spacelines from the Far Out family friendly management game is coming to Steam, on June 9th. With a groovy jazz-fueled adventure that also supports Valve’s brand new Steam Deck. Since the release date offers day one support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.