Besiege gameplay: slaying soldiers and sheep with unlikely machines

I spent some time recently playing Besiege, an Early Access game in which you blow up castles, massacre tiny soldiers, smoosh sheep, and accomplish other objectives with siege engines you build yourself. Snap together parts and pieces, add wheels, wings, and weapons, and wreak havoc in an enjoyable and attractive construction-slash-destruction sandbox. Screenshots didn't feel like they would do the fun physics justice, so have a look at the video to see the game in action.

Besiege is in Early Access and can be purchased DRM free from Humble or DRM-laden from Steam. Here's the official site's store page.


The first PC game Chris owned was Choplifter in 1982, and since then our staff writer has played at least three other games. He has a love/hate relationship with Early Access survival games and an odd fascination with the lives of NPCs.
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