Flatspace is a modern 3D space trading and flight simulation. The ultimate objective in the game is to locate and assemble parts of a galactic hyperdrive, however there is a lot of freedom for the player and as captain, you can decide what to do.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Flatspace is a modern 3D space trading and flight simulation. The ultimate objective in the game is to locate and assemble parts of a galactic hyperdrive, however there is a lot of freedom for the player and as a space captain, you can decide what you want to do and how you want to play. Game design influences include Elite and rogue-like games such as Nethack and ADOM. To make a profit you could opt to trade cargo between eerie space stations, or become a space pirate and steal cargo. You can join the police force, or become a bounty hunter and track and destroy the most wanted criminals in the galaxy. You can mine asteroids, act as a high speed courier or taxi paying customers from sector to sector. As a space captain you can fly any of over a hundred ships in the Flatspace universe, providing you can afford the price tag. Ships can be customised to your will or requirements with many different fittings. Weapons, shield units, generators, trackers and scanners, tractor beams and capture equipment, stun beams, mines and missiles and many more. Flatspace aims to be the most comprehensive game of it's type and feels like a simulation, while retaining a fast paced arcade feel to the combat. The graphics are fully 3D and use the HECToR engine to generate spectacular effects.
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