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Version 1.1

A game made for Global Game Jam 2017.


You! Take this Fractor-Driller and drive around this planet [← →]. Scan for valuable deposits underground with the GeoSonar [space]. They're worth money-- the bigger the better! When you've found one, stick that drill into it [↓ ↑] and get pumping [space]! Don't stop pumping even for an instant or you'll have to start again [hold space]--we don't get paid unless every last atom of the gas in a deposit is pumped out! Oh, and try to avoid running over those pesky protestors--those lawsuits are expensive! Well, what are you waiting for? Our competitors will be here in a minute! There's no time to waste! Get fracking!


Aaron Dron – Team Wrangling / First Casualty

Aidan Dodds — Civil & Industrial Engineering

Andy Durdin — Geological Subduction

David Farrell — Crowd Control

Gordon Brown — Seismic Imaging

Luke Drummond — Infrastructure / Second Casualty

Intrepid Polar Expedition:

Gordon Brown, David Farrell, Aidan Dodds

Null Pointer font by Tom Murphy 7 (


With the exception of the Null Pointer font which is separately licenced by Tom 7, anything in this game can be used/abused/redistributed/whatever under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence. Full text is at but here's a summary:

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