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1993 Space Machine

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Space shooters never die.
1993 is a testament to that, honoring classics like Life Force, R-Type and Xenon II. We're keeping the genre alive.

1993 was made in 1993. It is not made to look retro. It is not polished for today's tech - this is the genuine thing!
It's 1993 in 2016!






  • Your're in charge! Explore and secure the different worlds in the order that fits your taste and urge.
  • The kick ass weapon system lets you unlock weapons for use in later play sessions. We feature both classic powerful weapons plus some fresh smart weapons.
  • Of almost 100 deadly enemy types, we have crafted unique evil behaviours for most of them.
  • As an extra game mechanic we have introduced a new health and shield system for more interesting game play.
  • Up to four player co-op mode.

In short:
  • 10 Ships to choose from
  • 25 Different weapons with 3 power levels
  • 13 Levels
  • 10 Different Bosses

Started in the age of the Amiga 500, this game was featured in Amiga format and Commodore User - two of the largest gaming magazines of the time. A series of unfortunate events prevented this space shooter to get finished. We plan to do that now!

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Game story:
"Towards the end of the interstellar wars, chaos spread and one band of elite mercenaries acted more like pirates and looters than actual soldiers. The leader of this group was the notorious and infamous Colonel Nestor.

Without a doubt the biggest prize of their looting campaigns was the Spacemachine: a device designed to terraform barren planets and making them habitable. With this device, and the rest of their treasure, Nestor and his men started to build an army that now poses a great threat to the known star systems.

Mission: Bring back the Space Machine."
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Modesty
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Modesty
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.1993game.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista
  • Processor: Pentium Dual core 2GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 capable graphics card.
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Sound Blaster Live
  • Additional Notes: Gamepad and a comfy couch is recommended!
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows Vista
  • Processor: Pentium Dual core 2GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 capable graphics card.
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Sound Blaster Live
  • Additional Notes: Gamepad and a comfy couch is recommended!

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: Mountain Lion
  • Processor: Inte Core 2 Duo
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT 128 MB
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: Mountain Lion
  • Processor: Inte Core 2 Duo
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT 128 MB
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
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1993 Space Machine reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Spain
Product received for free 1993 Space Machine, a simple and short game. We meet a Danmaku, that is, a curtain of bullets. You Are a pilot who travels in search of a time machine that took an ex-colonel, Nestor. It Is A game that reminds of classics like the aforementioned in the description Gradius. For Those who do not know the genre is basically to dodge shots and anything that kills you and, by the way, will not be few. I'M Going to outline some of the features of the game:-RPG Element in a danmaku: As you complete levels and collect the "money" or "mineral" you find you can improve your ship, buy a new or buy subweapons and improve Them as well. It encourages You to replay the past levels to try the different arsenal at your disposal. -History: Simple. Short. The Whole story puts you in the intro of the game and the description of the levels. No more, no less. -Graphics: Those Who know me know that I am not a demanding graphics, and these I encounter classics, old. For lovers of the Games of yesteryear you will find them amusing. -Soundtrack: Lousy. Repeated on most levels. -Gameplay: Efficient, is the minimum you can demand when you are going to come fifty million missiles, bullets, dots that you can confuse or even see because you will be dodging others. The positive Thing is that here you have a shield that will allow you to block some shells, and best of all is that the shield is regenerated. Besides, you can move it to pleasure to block projectiles that come from all eight directions. However, if you are hit by a bullet, you will not die instantaneously, but your shield will decrease to the point that you have nothing left of it. -Within The levels you will find checkpoints (automatic save points) when you reach a specific part, mostly when you go to face a boss or boss. In Some cases you can find a small device that will allow you to visit the store to spend the money you have collected. In other cases the store will appear at the end of the level. -On The enemies, there is variety. From soldiers in the first levels, ships, missiles, laser barriers to parasites, amorphous organisms, indestructible suns that remind me of Utsuho Reiuji (Touhou 11) using an attack called "Heaven and Hell Meltdown", meteor shower... But each enemy is usually associated to a level. It Is difficult to find a "common" enemy that appears on all levels. In other words, I daresay there is no. Rating: As a game... Let it be desired. I Was Hoping for a longer game. The Soundtrack is lousy, but what I terrified most was when I saw the price: 12.99. I'M here right now... 1.6 hours played, and I've had it. And I have not stayed in any area to farm. I got It for free, thank you very much, because you would never have paid such a price when you can catch a Assassin's Creed or any wonder on offer. I like the danmaku but I am no expert: in an hour and a half I have completed. If you want to catch the secret levels, or just upgrade all the weapons and buy all the ships ahead, but how long can that last? Three or four more hours? I don't know. In conclusion, I play that if you get free or incredibly reduced price yes I recommend to spend a laugh (it is more, has a cooperative multiplayer of up to 4 people, not online); However, for the price they put it... Don't even think about buying it. I Hope you have served this if you planteáis buy it. Download a Touhou or Gradius, give more hours of play with a much better worked environment and etc etc etc. Greetings!
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