Features
Place, swap, and remove adorable sea creatures to manipulate your laser

Creatures

Reflect, bomb, refract, redirect, lasers and collect laserite with creatures.

Multiplayer
Challenge your friends in strategic 2 player combat

Play on the same keyboard or with with traditional controllers

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THIS IS YOUR LASER

A two-player real-time strategy with puzzle game inspirations being developed for PC. The game pits two players against each other to manipulate their laser into their opponent’s base. Our goal is to make a fun, polished, and balanced competitive experience for casual and core players.

Reflecting Turtle
Reflecting Turtle

Meet the reflecting turtle, the unofficial meme of This is Your Laser. The turtle does one job and is great at it: reflecting lasers! The sides of its shell are covered in shiny metal, sending incoming lasers bouncing away. Its head and tail have been left unadorned, leaving them soft and vulnerable.

Jewelryfish
Jewelryfish

Meet the Jewelryfish, a creature that is part faceted mineral, part gelatinous aquatic animal. While its expensive exterior may make it seem aloof, our tentacled refactor is actually quite a happy critter. The Jewelryfish refracts laser that pass through it, essentially splitting the laser in two. One laser passes through, and the other reflectings off.

Laser Shark
Laser Shark

No one knows when the first shark took up its signature laser. However it happened, the laser shark has perfected what you'd expect a cartilaginous fish wielding weaponized light to do: shooting lasers! It sets up its firing position at the beginning of the game, staying there for the rest of the game. Make sure you place your laser in a good spot, or you could start out a game in a very poor position.

Reflecting Turtle
Reflecting Turtle

Meet the reflecting turtle, the unofficial meme of This is Your Laser. The turtle does one job and is great at it: reflecting lasers! The sides of its shell are covered in shiny metal, sending incoming lasers bouncing away. Its head and tail have been left unadorned, leaving them soft and vulnerable.

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World
Cute, technologically advanced aquatic critters fight for domination with lasers