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Go Mission: Space Travel

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The space pirates are terrorizing our neighboring planets and their next target is Earth.

Your mission is to take down these invaders and prevent them from reaching our home planet.
After completing a objetive you will receive a new objetive coming from the EFS with the purpose to
defend our home planet.

You can play this game as a lone solider, or team up with a friend and enjoy double the destruction.

As you travel through space you must collect energy, this will boost your ship's constantly draining power.
The enemies will also drop money, which can be used to purchase powerful upgrades.

Increase your armor, firepower, and level up your craft.
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André Bertaglia
André Bertaglia
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System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OS X 10.6 or greater
  • Processor: Any 64 processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL Compatible Video card
  • Storage: 175 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 32 bits
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL Compatible Video card
  • Storage: 120 MB available space

System requirements for Linux

  • Processor: Any 64 or 32 bit processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL Compatible Video card
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
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Go Mission: Space Travel reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Product received for free in the same genre there was much better already in the years 80. In fact, I think go mission: space travel would have fallen into the most complete anonymity even though it was out at that time so it's bad. You must constantly press the up arrow to shoot, while moving with the left and right arrows. It's very uncomfortable. If at least one could use the other hand to pull (spacing bar for example) or at the very least be able to leave the finger on the key... but no it must frantically type the key repeatedly at all times. The only question is whether the music will fall on your nerves faster than the pathetic gameplay will discourage you from playing. Collect your cards and forget about this game forever.
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Microsoft from French
Go mission: space travel is a completely retro shoot them up if you like space fighting games in an ultra retro style, this one is made for you. The game scrolls vertically, the graphics evokes what was done on C64/Amstrad and the story is non-existent because it is too banal. This kind of game, it is expected mainly on mobile devices, much less on computer and it is... normal! By the way, observing the game well, we realise that it has the format of a mobile phone. With all these negative points, I should advise against the game, and yet. The game is less than a euro, it's really not huge. At this level, we can ignore the flaws and take the game for what it is, a way to entertain for a few hours at a very very low price. To read all my impressions on go mission: space travel. [www.graal.fr]
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Microsoft from Deutsch
"Go Mission: Space Travel" is a small retro shoot. Pretty much everything is reminiscent of age-old Platforms such as the C64. We are a shooting Spaceship, constantly flying upwards as the Background rolls away from us. From above come numerous Obstacles and Enemies that must be dodged or shot down. Our Ship can be upgraded with money raised between the Levels. Everything Doesn't sound too bad. Is it though. Because even in C64 times, the Game would be a Budget-if not a shareware title at best. The Level Design is boring and sometimes frustratingly difficult. This is due to the Structure rather than the sometimes poorly chosen graphic Realization, which makes it difficult to distinguish obstacles from unproblematic Background objects. Both come to our side from above. In Addition, the technical Condition is more than questionable. We can only play the Game in a tiny Window or in a Full Screen where two-thirds of the Screen is Black Rim. Completely absurd, on the other hand, the Control. A Controller does not recognize the Game and the non-configurable Key Assignment-even if you only need three Keys-is chosen so unhappily that you knot your Hands. Overall, this is simply far too weak and far too little. Such Games are available to hauf in Better and many of them are even free. Rating: 5/10 Atmosphere 2/10 Story 5/10 Graphic 6/10 Sound 4/10 Game Mechanics 2/10 Balancing 4/10 Game Pass Conclusion: The gabs on my C64 in Besser. 4/10 Overall Rating
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