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[[Game Modes]] control exactly how a round will play, and decide whether it'll be a relatively peaceful shift or an instant disaster with no survivors.
[[Game Modes]] control exactly how a round will play, and decide whether it'll be a relatively peaceful shift or an instant disaster with no survivors.
== Secret ==
The default game mode is ''Secret'', which randomly picks one of the following game modes:
* Traitor
* Nuke Ops
* Extended


== Traitor ==
== Traitor ==
Traitor is the default game mode, which selects anywhere from one to seven of your fellow crewmates to be syndicate agents, with the goal of completing three or four objectives.
''Traitor'' selects anywhere from one to seven of your fellow crewmates to be syndicate agents, with the goal of completing three or four objectives. Be vigilant and report suspicious activities to Security, such as, but not limited to:
 
* Breaking into secure areas on the station
* Cutting wires and destroying substations
* Stealing items from department heads
* Murdering your fellow crew mates
 
== Nuke Ops ==
Your station has been targeted by Elite Syndicate Nuclear Operatives (''Nuke Ops''), otherwise simply known as ''nukies'', who want to detonate a nuclear fission warhead inside!


== Extended ==
== Extended ==
Extended is the default fallback game mode, chosen when either voted for or if Traitor could not be started. In extended, you're free to do as you wish with no outside antagonists beyond the usual random events.
In Extended, there are no antagonists beyond the usual random events.


== Suspicion ==
== Suspicion ==
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== Sandbox ==
== Sandbox ==
Sandbox gives players the ability to use some of the game's debug tools, namely the spawn entities and spawn tiles panels, allowing you to build whatever you want using the large number of objects the game contains.
Sandbox gives players the ability to use some of the game's debug tools, namely the spawn entities and spawn tiles panels, allowing you to build whatever you want using the large number of objects the game contains.
== Secret ==
Secret is the game mode that randomizes the current game mode and hides it's current mode from crew until discovered. The modes in it's selection pool are Nuke ops, Traitor, and Extended.

Latest revision as of 02:31, 24 June 2022

Game Modes control exactly how a round will play, and decide whether it'll be a relatively peaceful shift or an instant disaster with no survivors.

Secret

The default game mode is Secret, which randomly picks one of the following game modes:

  • Traitor
  • Nuke Ops
  • Extended

Traitor

Traitor selects anywhere from one to seven of your fellow crewmates to be syndicate agents, with the goal of completing three or four objectives. Be vigilant and report suspicious activities to Security, such as, but not limited to:

  • Breaking into secure areas on the station
  • Cutting wires and destroying substations
  • Stealing items from department heads
  • Murdering your fellow crew mates

Nuke Ops

Your station has been targeted by Elite Syndicate Nuclear Operatives (Nuke Ops), otherwise simply known as nukies, who want to detonate a nuclear fission warhead inside!

Extended

In Extended, there are no antagonists beyond the usual random events.

Suspicion

Removed as of 1/28/2022

Suspicion is a test game mode from earlier in the game's development, designed for more than five players and with a short time limit. If you've played TTT, it's similar to it, but with more guns and less fun.

Sandbox

Sandbox gives players the ability to use some of the game's debug tools, namely the spawn entities and spawn tiles panels, allowing you to build whatever you want using the large number of objects the game contains.