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Learn to fly at the flight school and then head out into the stars in this fully-fledged space sim.

Features -
• Earn your fortune in a persistent world with hundreds of roaming ships.
• Huge universe to explore
• Pilot different ships from small shuttles to huge capital ships
• Build up your own fleet
• Construct your own factories
• Scripted scenarios
• Detailed spaceships and environment
• Accurate damage model
• Tutorial system
• Cinematic visuals
• High quality 3D audio

What’s New

Version 1.6.3

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Fix inability to start certain game types in universe mode
Fix factions occasionally having too many credits when spawned
Fix faction relations going too high
Fix ships undocking from carrier when they shouldn't
Fix progress happening while game is paused
Fix custom station names displayed with lettering (A,B,C)
Fix where cargo cannot be destroyed in space
Re-balanced speed of Hornet
Fix bandits building stations too far away

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
109 Ratings

109 Ratings

Debede@ ,

Dev support

Review Update. Really enjoying my time playing your game. micro managing ships to pull resources from my own refineries and stations instead of buying from another is kinda painful. More waypoints, patrol option, auto hanger after battles for carriers/battleship, preferably a bigger map, more diverse ships with roles, ally faction option with more communication options other than intel and declaring war, ores. I did run into some other slight issues but forgot and for why I’m updating.

I would like to see further updates. don’t know why It’s always the games I seem to like but seeing as theirs been no updates in 4 years I’ll be adding this one to that list. I do like the game and would even support it beyond the ship purchases given were that a option along with some ^ above. Again I wish you all the best

Jdbcjdjd ,

Lots of options. Lots of fun

-Not a paid review- I was skeptical for the game being free at first but then when I started playing it I really fell in love with it. Gives you many options like being good or bad, player factions and npc factions. Many different types of ships. Just a few suggestions: 1) Resize everything because sometimes the civilian scout ships are half the size as my capital ship, it would blow my mind seeing a full sized capital ship. Not to mention the stations are almost the size of the scout ships. 2) warp speed because I would die to see a capital fly in mid battle and change the tide of the battle. 3)sound design could be a little bit better like different engine sounds each sounding heavier and meatier. 4)npc’s can join your faction and vise versa i.e recruitment and stuff. Other then that the game is really fun and addicting!

Harmony Bass ,

Literally my Favorite Game!.. But...

This is, as you probably guessed by the title.

There is one issue that I am repeatedly confronted with. It's not very big or obvious. But it has to do with some numbers. Well... all of the numbers actually.

The thing is that none of the numbers have any kind of actual measurement about them. It's just "Distance" or "D:" for short. So when I'm trying to find out how far away I am all I see is that I have, let's say, 48 to go. (In the game as it stands this looks like "D: 48") There's no way to tell how far away I am or how fast I'm actually going because there is no measurement at all.

This is also the case with weapon descriptions. I can’t tell how much damage one kind of weapon does versus another. The laser and projectile weapons both have different damage measurements, the lasers have this “efficiency” which is almost always marked at 1.00 so I don’t really know how it compares to any of the other weapons.

(To anyone reading this, if you are looking for a game that will occupy ALL of your spare time then this is the game. It's brilliantly designed. The controls are easy to use. And the graphics (skyboxes and ship designs) are amazing. I highly recommend this game to any space enthusiast or bored teenager.)

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