Windows - October 29, 2010
The game takes place on a Hollywood movie set and it features three different maps: beach, casino and horror house. Players can choose one of the eight available B-movie characters (The Surfer, The Beach babe, The Goth, The Bunny girl, The Showgirl, The Clown, The Gambler and The Stoner) and then kill other players with 21 different weapons, including usual guns and other items, such as frying pan or remote-controlled rats.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - October 27, 2010
Welcome to Hollywood! The home of fame and fortune! That’s what the flyer said anyway. The reality hasn’t proven quite so fruitful. All you need is one shot, and you’ll do whatever it takes to get it. Up to 8 players can play simultaneously on this exclusively multiplayer first person shooter. Choose your character and shoot down your competitors in 4 game modes (Hunt, Elimination, Revenge, Death Match) and on 3 Hollywood sets. Be prepared to run for fame and succeed at any cost or die trying!
Windows - Released - November 20, 2006
This is the single-player tutorial for The Ship. ---- For PC gamers who enjoy multiplayer games with a bit of intelligence, intrigue and ingenuity, The Ship is a murder mystery alternative to traditional FPS multiplayer games. Each player is given a Quarry to kill - and must evade their own Hunter in the process, all set on board a series of 1920s art deco cruise ships. The Ship is owned by the mysterious Mr X and as one of many 'lucky' recipients of a free ticket you arrive on board The Ship to find there's a catch to your luxury cruise. You are coerced into a brutal Hunt to indulge...
Windows - Released - July 30, 2006
Trapped on a luxury cruise ship run by the nefarious Mr. X, the only way to save yourself and your family is to participate in the Hunt. Mr. X gives you a quarry, a person you must find and kill in any way possible without being located. But beware: there is another person hunting you too. The Ship is primarily a multiplayer game, but unlike other deathmatch games it requires the player to maintain a normal sense of behavior and only kill their quarry when undetectable by security. It is set in a 1920s art-deco cruise ship with a cartoony art style, all powered by Valve's Source engine.