Astronaut Simulator

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to float free in space? Did you think it would be easy? Do you think you can master zero gravity flight? You can find out in Astronaut Simulator.

Forget pushing endless unknown buttons and enjoy the adventure of just being and astronaut and float free in space. It is hard enough already to get where you want to go.

Experience free flight in Space in this "Manned Maneuvering Unit" simulator across twenty daring missions featuring historical space satellites, stations and probes like the Agena docking target, the Skylab and MIR space stations and the Hubble telescope among others.

Fly to the next waypoint and repair position trying to manage your Oxygen, Fuel and Electricity. Make sure you dock back when finished and don't drift away from the Space Shuttle into Space if you don't want to be lost forever.

-Featuring 20 missions with detailed retro style 3D graphics.
-Atmospheric chatter from real space missions.
-Virtual reality support for OCULUS RIFT DK1
-XBOX 360 controller support.
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, windows 8
  • Processor: 2 GHZ Single Core
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 compatibility
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 140 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Translated by
Microsoft from Spain
The truth is that it is a unique game (Well, not if there will be many space simulators) controls and controlling the Astronaut makes you difficult to start, but little by little one is agreed and accustomed. The Graphics are a 8.5 of 10, is not a game with graphics flip but are good. Missions are like 30 or 40, I Doubt that anyone can spend the game in about 3 days, so the duration is regular. In my opinion: Gameplay 9 of 10 Graphics 8.5 of 10 Content: 9 of 10 Of What the game is to walk through space arranging Satellites, space transporters and other things, like the Humble. A repetitive bit Is made, but I play to pass the time (Although this very good in my opinion) The gravity and stability of the austronauta are very good, I put a 10 of 10, you can turn wrong or collide with something and turn around or out spinning without control if apre Wrong buttons. The game is not very expensive in itself, and invite anyone interested to play it, I stop an interesting game and great. A bonus: Playing you hear Nasa Control voices talking or talking to each other (Houston okno xd), so it does not make you very very quiet, apart has music as relaxing (but not elevator), but as well as voices agelicales (ouhhhhh, violins etc or not that ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ E s) A 9 of 10 I put this game, fun in my opinion and very good for hanging out.
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Microsoft from French
Astronaut Simulator is not really a simulation in the strict sense of the term. I'll call it contemplation. I explain, all you will be asked to do is to pass through points of passage with the help of your thrusters (a kind of Jet Pack) Besides I strongly advise you to play the joystick, the keyboard keys can not be changed and you going to rip your hair out and try to stabilize you. You will also be asked to perform maintenance work on the shuttle but it boils down to stabilize on the workstation and wait until the countdown informs you that it is good so no manipulation to effected be even, your but its nailed to your body. This game is therefore advised to anyone passionate about aerospace and only to enthusiasts, if at the base the spatial conquest does not make you wet more than it go your way, but for €6 it's worth it. Graphically it's mixed, it's not bluing realism but it's still nice, the Earth is well made, the spatial facilities are a little less. The huge highlight is the audio. Indeed all along the adventure we will hear Houston talking to us with the sizzling noises and sound parasites that go well with;). To summarize, astronaut Simulator and a game to have in his library to spend a pleasant moment in weightlessness. I do not know if the oculus is supported but I think it will significantly increase the experience and the immersion because the gravity is very well respected (2 or 3 pushes too much with your thruster and is done with you, either by being projected too far from the NAV or by being attracted by the traction of the Earth, go there so Molo with the throttle of the gazs)
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