Besiege is a physics-based game in development by Spiderling Studios in the United Kingdom for Windows, OS X and Linux. The game was released in early access on Steam on 28 January 2015.
The game allows players to build outlandish medieval siege engines to pit against castles or armies. Players select from a collection of mechanical parts that can be connected together to build a machine. Each level has a goal, such as "destroy the windmill" or "kill 100 soldiers". Although the goals are relatively simple, the wide variety of possible approaches allows for experimentation.
This game gives examples of:
- Annoying Arrows: The archers can't do much damage individually and are unlikely to destroy blocks unless in large groups or given copious amounts of time
- Awesome, but Impractical: Incredibly large or incredibly compact vehicles can easily become this, particularly the former
- Video Game Perversity Potential : It's entirely possible to build perverted vehicules that look like people having sex. This video resumes that well.