A downloadable game for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux

*Requires leap motion controller to play!*

Hi there!

This is our entry for the leap motion game jam 2015, We hope you enjoy playing it and if you've any feedback please feel free to share it with us!

-Team Hand-Z.

More information

Published351 days ago
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X, Linux
TagsLeap Motion, Singleplayer, Space
Average durationA few minutes
InputsLeap Motion
Player countSingleplayer

Install instructions

(Only windows version has been tested, the game has been built for OS X and Linux but we cannot confirm if those are working so if you do try those please let us know in the comments!)

1. Click the download button to begin downloading the .zip file.

2. Extract all files from the .zip folder to a location of your choosing.

3. run the .exe file that you extracted to launch the pregame configuration tool.

4. Once the Config tool is open, choose your graphics settings (Note: tested resolution is 1920x1080 at a minimum quality of "good", any lower and the game may not function as intended).

5. Play and have fun!


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Spaceship repair OS X (39 MB)
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is it for virtual reality or does it work with a normal monitor and leap motion?

Normal Monitor and a leap motion :)

C:\Users\Q\Downloads\Spaceship repair.zip: The archive is either in unknown format or damaged

and when I tried 7-Zip it just gives me Spaceship_repair_Data and no exe file.. please help

hello I'd like to play the game can you please help

Controls are VERY unclear.

Oh I'm sorry to hear that, may I ask what parts you're having trouble with? We've not heard feedback like this so far so we'd like to hear more about your issues!


I am sorry to say, I later found out it was VR / Motion Capture ONLY. I would like to recommend you guys leaving a note somewhere stating this, so the feedback can be more helpful.

I like the looks of the game , i wish it was keyboard / mouse supported. Can we expect that?

Ah, sorry about that, we assumed it was clear when we submitted it for the leap motion game jam. I'll add a small note now!

As for the keyboard and mouse support. Possibly, right now it's just a small side project that we worked on, we might revist it in near future when we have some free time from university.

Thanks for taking the time to comment, it means a lot!