Force: Leased

Genre(s): Casual/Puzzle

3rd Party Rating: None found.

Price: Free


Force: Leashed is a FREE first person gravity puzzler. To advance, you need to guide rockets to their targets using spherical gravitational fields. No, it has nothing to do with Star Wars but it does remind me a bit of Portal. It was entered into the Assembly 2012 GameDev competition and won 2nd place.

Force: Leashed is a physics playground, where rockets fire endlessly from a point on the map. They must be redirected with crystals that grab and slingshot them, ideally toward the big target, which when activated, unlocks the next stage.

Things are simple enough until red and blue walls appear. When a projectile hits either, it changes to that color. Rockets will only respond to crystals of the same color, but are also susceptible to matching energy fields, which throw the rockets off course.

Each solution is a barely controlled botch job, with rockets flying wildly about, switching color frequently as you do you best to organize a path. But as messy and accidental as the solutions can be, the projectiles are always an enjoyable unpredictable force to leash.

Publisher: Kepuli Games

Developer: Kepuli Games

Release Date: Summer 2012

Players: Single Player


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