Engineer Millionaire: Press kit



Description

All is about mad science! All what you have at first is the ingenious machine, which produces money while you spin its cogwheel. As you earn money, more opportunities are unlocked for you:

  • engines, which will work while you are away
  • coal mines, which dig for fuel for your engines
  • balloons, which travel far away and bring money back
  • coin stompers and real magnifying glasses, which increase the value of coins passing by
  • teleporters for coins, which help you organize cash flows and money cycles
  • portals, which generate narrativium to give you boosts when you restart the game (prestige).

Features

  • Various mad science 🔬 contraptions, which can be connected in multiple fun ways
  • You start in a small room, but then you expand your visible area and construct new rooms, cellars and towers to place your machines
  • Tutorial gives you the basic concepts, but to ultimately succeed you must be a real researcher and uncover hidden gameplay mechanics
  • Engines will work while you are away, producing you idle cash 💰
  • Big community in facebook: share your creation to 7500 group members
  • Contains only rewarded ads, which are launched by the player to increase earnings
  • Works in offline mode without internet 📶 connection
  • Receive your daily reward 💲 by catching a FB aeroplane

History

This is the fourth world of Steampunk Idle Spinner series. The first version of idle game with spinning cogwheels was made in June 2017 during a 3-days gamejam. As the concept proved to be interesting for the players, the development continued. The development of the game is screencast and then published as 1:60 timelapse video. Some development phases are broadcast to the players as live videos and often the players' suggestions are implemented online.

In the end on 2017 I understood, that to move forward with Steampunk Idle Spinner (which had 3 worlds and around 40 various machines), I had to rebuild the game core. This would provide a convenient way to design bizarre mad science machines, interactions between them and the player, resource transmission, production chains, etc.

To avoid breaking all that what was already working, I made the fourth world as a separate release. So, finally this branch of development has these useful features:

  • ability to drag machines all over the screen
  • system of LEGO-like "pins", to which the machines stick
  • detailed machines' properties, available on long-tap
  • statistics system, which helps me balance the game and you keep track on your earnings
  • bug-report system: the player can send me a small .png file where all the machines data is encoded, this helped greatly to define the troublesome points
  • as well as plenty ways for player's touch interaction, territory exploration, solid system for adding new entities and concepts.

Players continue giving new suggestions, which eventually appear in the game.

Videos

Main trailer:


Images





Awards & Recognition

  • "Big Indie Pitch Prague - 3rd place." Steampunk Idle Spinner, Feb 2018
  • "Big Indie Pitch San Francisco - 4rd place" Steampunk Idle Spinner, Feb 2018
  • "Get IT Conference Odessa - Expo game." Steampunk Idle Spinner, Sep 2017
  • "Games Gathering Kiev - Expo game." Steampunk Idle Spinner, Dec 2017
  • "Game Dev Days Tallinn - Expo game." 20 000 Cogs under the Sea, Apr 2018
  • "Pocket Gamer interview" Airapport, Jun 2018
  • "Steampunk Explorer Digest20 000 Cogs under the Sea, Aug 2018

What players think


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Wikia
https://www.airapport.com/p/steam.html

About Airapport

Airapport is an independent game development studio founded by Alexey Izvalov in 2010. First it was making web games (such as "Cards Wars" and "Alien Anarchy"), which won multiple prizes at Newgrounds and Kongregate portals and were played tens of millions of times worldwide. On mobile Airapport's games were downloaded 1 000 000 times in the total. Main mobile titles are Steampunk Idle Spinner and Strategilization.

Airapport actively supports game jam movement, for Alexey Izvalov being the Regional coordinator of Global Game Jam in the Eastern Europe. Own games made during Ludum Dare got into Top-100 in innovation twice (among 2700 participants)

Credits

Alexey Izvalov
Lead Developer
Nadiia Serbina
Game designer, Project manager
Music by Kevin McLeod
Translators: Rayan Shehata - Italian Colin Cinquino, Tim Trevoz - French Cezary Goździk, Maciek Andrusewicz - Polish 黃和和 - Traditional Chinese Tycho Siebel, Sem Goessens, Peppino Wilbers, Cezary Goździk, Zirk Seljee - Netherlands Mircea Burdusa - Romanian Pontus Ivarsson - Swedish Rasmus Kirkeby - Danish

Contact

Inquiries
general@cardswars.com
Twitter
@GameGems
Facebook
fb.com/airapport
Web
airapport.com

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