Here lies Besiege. It was massacred by a giant elephant robot monster.
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It's hard not to marvel at the boundless (sometimes disturbing) creativity with which people approach Steam construction mega-hit Besiege. This is different though. Cold, mechanical precision. Infinite versatility. Doom.
It's pretty easy to kill a villager in Besiege. But if everyone stopped at just "easy", this game wouldn't be where it is today.
Oh look, people made funny things in Beseige. Haha, look, there are dicks in Beseige. If you haven't actually played the game, all you'd think about Besiege -- one of the hottest games on Steam right now -- based on what people are posting on the internet is that it's a joke game. It's actually anything but.
Besiege is a game where you construct catapults, trebuchets and other siege engines. But since it's a physics-based game, the best and funniest creations -- weight benches, Metal Gears, doomsday bikes -- are far from any medieval construct.
That's a perfect medieval Metal Gear by Deelekgolo created in Besiege.
Besiege is a devilishly simple, physics-based building game. You can create machines of destruction with ease. For a game in Alpha, it's surprising how polished Besiege feels. I was creating absurd death machines within a few of minutes. Sure, some of them weren't exactly structurally sound, often resulting in a horrid crumpled mess, but the process of iterating on a design is just so fulfilling that I didn't mind.