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
- Improved remote play over video chat with Bunch. Stay safe everyone! <3
- Spaceteam VR integration. Launching May 21st!
- New Slovak translation!
- Bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
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)!
I first got this app on a work trip to an elementary teacher’s conference a decade ago. My coworkers and I had such a lot of fun! It takes the right kind of group (folks who can deal with being stressed out and yelled at - what does that say about teachers?) Last year, my ESL-teacher friends and I played it at my birthday party and wow it’s still fun! This was the first app I ever bought anything in (indeed there have only been a few over the years), purely because it gave me so much joy that first weekend; I still enjoy using the “origami” theme and activating the ship’s cat. Glad to see it featured by Apple!
LOVE this app, but crashes
I was introduced to this game by some of my friends a couple days ago, and I absolutely love it. Definitely spiced up a long car trip!
However, I’ve found that it crashes a lot and can be hard to stay connected with other people. I came home to play it with my siblings, but we struggle to play it because of how much it crashes, how long the load times are, or the signal will get lost during gameplay. Maybe because they have slightly older phones? They’re SE iPhones (the older, not the 2020).
Regardless, I still love this game and have gotten many laughs out of it and will definitely continue to play. I just wish it could pick up signals a tad bit better!
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- Henry Smith Inc.
- 181 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2012 Henry Smith
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock All Upgrades $2.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.