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Join your crewmates in a multiplayer game of teamwork and betrayal!
Play online or over local wifi with 4-10 players as you attempt to hold your spaceship together and return back to civilization. But beware...as there may be an alien impostor aboard!
One crewmate has been replaced by a parasitic shapeshifter. Their goal is to eliminate the rest of the crew before the ship reaches home. The Impostor will sabotage the ship, sneak through vents, deceive, and frame others to remain anonymous and kill off the crew.
While everyone is fixing up the ship, no one can talk to maintain anonymity. Once a body is reported, the surviving crew will openly debate who they think The Impostor is. The Impostor's goal is to pretend that they are a member of the crew. If The Impostor is not voted off, everyone goes back to maintaining the ship until another body is found. If The Impostor is voted off, the crew wins!
Players now have the option to use anonymous voting so that the vote type is not remembered.
Players can now choose whether or not to turn off the taskbar during gameplay, with "always show" as the default and "show in poll" and "never show" as options. (The logs don't specify whether this is a U change, but combined with player summaries, this should be a new in-game switch system, players can operate the taskbar display during the game, please refer to the official update for details.
Color blindness assistance
The new Colorblind Assist helps colorblind players to better complete in-game tasks, and each color line now has a unique shape to help colorblind players carry out their tasks. But there are still color-blind players complaining that "I still can't tell which color player is killing which color player!" I'm looking forward to further official action.
Overall the anonymous voting and the taskbar display both add more uncertainty to the game, so the game becomes a little more interesting. The anonymous voting allows the impostor (werewolf) to hide deeper from detection, while the change to the mission bar allows the impostor to increase pressure on the crew, as the impostor can use this to lie about the number of missions and ambush them in advance.
In addition, "Among us" development team InnerSloth said that they are considering adding a - something to the players who died in the game, because it's really boring after death, especially the players who were first killed. But this is a very difficult goal to achieve, they are currently considering the option is to let the dead become guardian angels, have the ability to guard the players who are still alive. This development team will also discuss and adjust, there are no more details can be revealed.
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The company consists of four key member, Forest W, Marcus B, Amy L and Victoria T.
Forest W is the recluse/programmer.He also handles the business end of things at Innersloth.
Marcus B is an artist, animator and game designer here at Innersloth. You might know him as Puffballs United, the creator of Henry Stickmin Series! He worked on Among Us and recently finished the Henry Stickmin Collection. He also worked on Dig2China, and misc cancelled games.
Amy L is the other artist here at Innersloth. Also general task-doer for whatever else needs done. She worked on Among Us, and is currently working on developing merchandise and future Innersloth games.
Victoria T is the Community Director at Innersloth and make chaotic shenanigans happen. She has worked on games like Boyfriend Dungeon, Pupperazzi, Dwarf Fortress, and more! She loves creating kinder community spaces.
"Among Us" is a multiplayer video game developed by American game studio InnerSloth and released on June 15, 2018. The game is space-themed, and the player will act as one of the crew or Impostor. The goal of the crew is to invade the player and complete the mission, while the goal of the intruder is to kill all the crew without being discovered. Although the game was released in 2018, there is little interest, and it will not become popular until 2020 because of many Twitch live broadcasters and YouTubers. In response to the popularity of the game, the game developer announced in August 2020 that it would develop the sequel "Among Us 2", but a month later (September) announced that it would cancel the development of the sequel and shift the focus to improving the original game.
"Among Us" was originally a single map local multiplayer game released only on mobile devices. In June 2018, this game was released on Android and iOS with the AppID of "spacemafia". Soon after its release, the average number of players in "Among Us" reached 30-50. The programmer Forest Willard believes that "It didn't release super well", and the designer Marcus Bromander believes that it is because InnerSloth studio "We're really bad at marketing". The development team "up on it several times", but continued to work with the support of a small group of players, successively adding a multiplayer online mode, new missions and customization options, after which the Steam version was released. The PC version supports cross-platform games, and two other maps "Mira HQ" and "Polus" were added in 2019.
According to Willard, the team insists on developing this game "lot longer than we probably should have from a pure business standpoint", and the frequency of regular updates of the game is as high as once a week, which makes players grow steadily like a snowball. Bromander said that they were able to do this because they had enough savings to continue making games even when the games were not selling well.