Glitchspace: First Person Programming Game Goes to Steam Greenlight!

Glitchspace, is a first person programming game, that promises an emergent gameplay experience through the use of a visual programming language. Today, Space Budgie announce that Glitchspace is now going through the Greenlight process to get on Steam. The Greenlight page can be found here:

Based in a cyberspace world, players can exploit glitches in the environment using the visual programming language to solve puzzles, and navigate the world.

With a story mode, and a sandbox mode, Space Budgie state that the story mode will take at least 2-3 hours to complete, but with lots of replay value.

What’s very interesting about Glitchspace is its potential as a tool for learning basic programming concepts used in video game development.

Glitchspace entered paid alpha in January, and is set for a Q2 2014 release.

More information on Glitchspace, including where to buy the alpha is on their website here:

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