Gunscape is a sandbox FPS created by Blowfish Studios. Inspired by the first-person shooters of the past, it takes the most memorable elements and puts them in a toolkit to be used and combined however you want. Easy-to-use tools based on a block-placement interface everybody’s already familiar with allows all users to create single-player campaigns, co-op maps and multiplayer arenas and the functionality to share your creations with your friends.
NOTE: This is a buy-to-play retail game.
Publisher: Blowfish Studios
EXP Rate: N/A
Filesize: 65+ MB
Pros: +Familiar content creation tools, co-op and competitive game modes
Cons: -Low quality visuals
Create: Solo and online co-operative multiplayer level creation! Build maps at your own pace or invite friends to help out! Jump in and out of action mode while editing to test your level on the fly or just to blast one another.
Campaign and Co-op: Play or create a sequence or branching tree of levels with or without a story. Build a whole self-contained adventure or a gauntlet of fearsome challenges. Or craft a map with others, whether it be a capture the flag or demolition style map. Invite one or more friends to tackle a dedicated co-op map with you or take a single-player map and crank up the difficulty.
Multiplayer arenas: Build a classic multiplayer map and invite your friends or host a public game for some brutal online action. Try new modes like rocket jump race courses, or a competitive adventure through trap-filled dungeons, or hunter which awards points for killing monsters so you can create your own MP dinosaur safari. Play free-for-all or team death match across continents and operating systems.
Share: Anyone can play the levels you share regardless of platform (votes are recorded and can be displayed per-platform, just in case).
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- GunScape: Heading to Xbox One - Posted on June 10, 2014
Independent games developer and publisher ‘Blowfish Studios’ is proud to announce that Gunscape has been approved by Microsoft for ID@Xbox, and is on display at Microsoft’s Booth #4100 and OFMR #4000 in the West Hall.