Face the Factory … Summer 2016
Something sinister smolders in the abandoned district of the Sky High City of Steampuff. Acrid smoke billows from the long dormant chimneys at Phinnegan Tentalus's shuttered factory. Strange smells and sounds float down from the crooked clock tower, fueling wild rumors and fear among the citizens. Someone has to get in there and find out what’s happening – apparently that someone is you.
Phinnegan's Factory is an action shooter for the HTC Vive. Jump, dodge, duck and shoot your way through endless waves of mechanical monstrosities and multiple levels of madness. Available this summer on Steam.
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- Headset: HTC Vive
- OS: Windows 8
- Processor: Intel i5-6600K
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 or AMD r9 390
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 4 GB available space
Early Access Available
Early Access of Phinnegan's Factory is available on Steam. Endless waves will allow you to test your skill against the mechanized menaces of the furnace room as wave upon wave of robots seek to dispel you from this mortal coil.
The factory is filled with aggressive automatons that all share one purpose … getting rid of uninvited guests. The further you venture inside, the more menaces you will discover.
The primary "attack-and-nab” contraption of Phinnegan Tentacle’s Brigade of Bad Intention Inventions. Killamari can fire high voltage beams – harmful to humans.
The Metal Slug is a sinister subterranean pest-elimination system. Heavily armored and hugely dangerous, these little slugs pack a powerful punch when they get too close.
Attack in the Box
The sinister "fire-and-hide” Attack-in-the-Box is made from the stuff of childrens’ nightmares. What capabilities it lacks in targeting, it more than makes up in firepower.
There's more to come for the Factory. More levels, new gadgets and more firepower. Subscribe or follow us online for updates and behind-the-scenes looks.
Introducing Dual Weapons, Power-Ups and a Cover System that gives players a definite edge – so long as they use them wisely.
New Levels and New Enemies await players in the second update. Bigger environments mean players will manage cover from multiple angles.