No Captain Allowed!


Game description:

Get in a special kind of vehicle with your friends in this co-op adventure game!

No captain Allowed! it’s a multiplayer co-op game, up to four players were you and your friends are in charge of special vehicles. Fights robots, space slime aliens, medieval soldiers and many more threats to complete your path of choice!

Every player has to vote the decisions during the journey while destroying other vehicles and invaders. Complete quests in order to unlock vehicles upgrades, earn resources while trying to not get smashed by a giant slime monster!
Top Shooter and Puzzle game - Kill invaders while working as a team to defeat enemies that are attacking your vehicle!

No captain allowed! - Players must vote on all decisions that affect the progression of the game, including where to go, what to buy and even if it’s time to surrender!

Random Enemies and Quests - Different enemies and quests will appear during your journey. Each playthrough will present different challenges.

Crazy Lore - Shoot lasers at medieval soldiers while a giant slime try to destroy your vehicle in the middle of a mushroom forest. You got caught in a war between the slime Sluz versus the Verkeer Robots while medieval Humans are in a neutral state.

A roguelike experience -
If you failed miserably at your first try (you will!), don’t worry, No Captain Allowed! will challenge you with different paths, upgrades and enemies whenever you start a new game.

Next steps and plan to develop:

The game is already in a very playable state. For the near future, we plan to increase the number of vehicles players can play, with different mechanics and aesthetics, polish UI and sounds, and increase the variation of enemies and bosses.

In a long term, we would like to add Couch Co-Op, dungeons (get out of the vehicle and explore some dungeons!), seasonal events, and player customization based on his account level.

Who are we?

Hi, we are 9heads, two dudes from Brazil, working hard to make cool games.

We have three published games, but it’s our first time using a third party engine like Unreal Engine 4. In the past, we worked with our proprietary game engine to make games like Damned, a co-op survival horror game. It’s our best selling game with more that 230k copies sold world wide and continues to delivery after five years.

We are very excited about this new game and working with Unreal. Making games is amazing!

Gameplay trailer