Production line engineering puzzler Infinifactory has left Steam Early Access for a full fledged release.
Developer Zachtronics, who previously made SpaceChem and Infiniminer, described Infinifactory as "Like SpaceChem... in 3D." The puzzler tasks players with assembling products by routing all their parts together, then transporting products to their goal.
Previously we called it one of the best examples of Early Access being done right. The game was already feature complete in Early Access, but Zachtronics wanted to survey folks about what worked and what needed tweaking.
"I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of our Early Access players, whose feedback, both through in-game surveys and external discussions, was instrumental in growing Infinifactory into the polished, amazing game that it is today," Zachtronics stated. "We wouldn't have been able to do this without you!"
Our Chris Donlan was a big fan of Infinifactory upon its Early Access premiere. "I've spent hours going back into old puzzles and making my factories more elegant," he said in his Infinifactory impressions.
Typically Infinifactory will cost £18.99, but it will be 10 per cent off at £17.09 until 7th July.
Zachtronics is also developing the "open-ended programming game" TIS-100, which is currently available on Steam Early Access.