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Mammoth Gravity Battles a turn based strategy/artillery game

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Mammoth Gravity Battles is a turn based strategy/artillery game with high quality graphics, featuring 2D and 3D levels, multiple weapons, four player battles and a story driven campaign. Similar to death star battles/gravity wars you aim the shots from your mammoth ships and watch as they fly in all three dimensions pulled by the gravity of the stars, planets, asteroids, moons and black holes in each sector. Currently being developed, for release in 2013 on Android, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Windows Phone 8, Windows PC, Windows 8 RT, Ouya, Mac and Linux.


Mammoth Gravity Battles - Gravity Wars in 3D (Indie Game)


  • Over 40 single player Campaign levels
  • Four player multiplayer pass and play battles
  • Try battles in both simpler 2D and mind boggling 3D levels
  • 16 different weapons; rockets, cannon, frag grenades, minigun, shotgun...
  • Collectable weapon system - turn the tables mid game
  • Varied levels create different challenges each time you play
  • Tactical gameplay, moving ships and planets
  • Destructable planets, fragment into asteroids that in turn can be destroyed

This one looks so odd it must be entertaining! Sadly the demo looks like it uses Unity web player which doesn't support Linux so we will have to wait for it to get a proper release to try it. Article taken from
Tags: Unity, Upcoming
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