After the invention of the first warp drive only the most powerful nations and wealthiest individuals could afford them for a long time. That is, until Wexler Research Inc. made a breakthrough in spacetime manipulation that allowed for compact and affordable warp systems.
Now, 200 years after their merger with Watson Space Industries, they've made the furthest reaches of the galaxy open to daring adventurers looking to make a name for themselves.
You have spent your savings on an old command pod which you will be able to extend using any standardised spaceship modules you might come across, but beware of scavangers and other mercenaries who might not take lightly to competition.
The Sol Government has no influence over these newly explored parts of space so everything is in the hands of corporations and their outposts.
Welcome to the Frontier.
We have been working on our campaigns for some time now and it's time to set them free!
Any votes on Greenlight are welcome and if you're feeling very generous, our Kickstarter is up and running!
As we're asking you to vote and you can't give you opinion without testing the game out we've put together a free demo in the downloads section for 64 bit versions of Windows and Linux.
So go out there and kick some pirate ass!
The new update features redone chase camera controls, destructible asteroids and more!
The next alpha version is tue to be sent out tuesday, so check here for the changelog and sign up for the closed alpha on the official site to receive...
A new trailer is out and closed alpha testing begins in about a week. If you wish to participate you can sign up on the official site.
I've recently redone all of the ship modules shape and texturewise. The warp bubble also has a new effect.
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