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Mars – the future of mankind. Experience “Phase 1 – Exploration”, blast off on a journey into the unknown and solve the mystery of Mars. Experience a fully-detailed mission to Mars. Land your rover on the red rocks of the fourth planet. Collect rock samples and drill for more. Photograph the landscape and transmit the data back to Earth. Investigate mysterious artefacts and discover if water or even life is hidden on Mars. Experience the breath-taking natural panorama of this fascinating planet.

Investigate - Investigate and discover exciting Martian landscapes, from canyons to caves to crater-strewn landscapes and the mountains beyond. But protect yourself from the dangers of sandstorms and earthquakes.

Explore - You control the Mars rover; Use the robot arm, drill, seismograph and camera to investigate every nook and cranny but make sure that your solar cells are soaking up enough sunlight.

Learn - You can read up on every aspect of Mars in the integrated Martian lexicon. All the key facts are at your fingertips and you’ll be able to delve into the history of the study of the red planet. Learn from previous missions, both successful and failed ones, and explore the potential home of our grandchildren!


·  Authentically-detailed Mars rover with seven operational modes
·  Martian lexicon with key facts and history
·  Authentic Martian landscape
·  Extensive tutorial
·  Varied exploration and research missions.
·  Intuitive mouse and keyboard controls
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Stonehill Games
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7SP1, 8, 8.1, 10
  • Processor: I5 min. 2.6 GHZ or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon 6850 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
  • OS: Windows 7SP1, 8, 8.1, 10
  • Processor: I7 3.5GHZ or better
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 950 or better, Radeon R9 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
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MARS SIMULATOR - RED PLANET reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
Graphically, the game is fine, but I find it far too short; I thought I had finished the tutorial, but in fact, this is the game I finished...
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Mars Simulator is what I have expected: A Mars Simulator. Small and funny missions to solve. Overall good as long as you don't expect a huge open world Simulator.
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Microsoft from Russian
Description of the game fully describes the gameplay. We got to Mars. Samples of stones and soil were selected. Made some photos, sent them to the ground. All! 40 minutes, 37 of which-is a dull and leisurely ride from point A to point B. Graphic component is disgusting, the only resolution in which the picture occupies the entire screen 1280 * 720, textures monotonous, physics is not (and don't). The Only positive thing is the presence of a menu of information about Mars, but pay $5 for a few lines from Wikipedia.....
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Microsoft from Deutsch
"MARS SIMULATOR-RED PLANET" IS a Mars rover simulation. The remote-controlled Vehicles, equipped with plenty of measuring Devices, have already been successfully sent to the red Planet four times. They are essentially controlled by Radio from Earth and regularly send their Measurement Results to the blue Planet. Granted, a Mars rover simulation Doesn't sound like an Outflow of Action and Entertainment in itself. However, the Missions are highly exciting in Reality from a scientific Point of view. Unfortunately, this pseudo simulation of this Fascination Shows next to nothing. That's not because of the pretty bad Graphics with a row of mushy Textures and Blending or the-expected-very leisurely pace. This is due to the creative and silly structure of the Missions. And not because these Missions would be so much more exciting in Reality, but because the Missions neither demand nor take the Player seriously. For Example, we're supposed to take 15 Photos. Whether we drive around and put together particularly interesting Formations or simply take up exactly the same Motif 15 times in a row, the Game doesn't matter. For this it is amazingly picky from which Chunks we have to take rock Samples. Even if all Stones look the same in themselves, of course we can only contact those who blink green. Of course. Is in real yes also like that. It is Almost glad that the Content of the Game is already coming to an End quite quickly and that the Areas to be explored are quite clear. Too bad, actually, because the basic Atmosphere wouldn't be that bad. A more serious Simulation could well have thrilled. Rating: 6/10 Atmosphere 3/10 Story 4/10 Graphic 4/10 Sound 4/10 Game Mechanics 5/10 Balancing 5/10 Game Pass Conclusion: Mars Makes Mobile. 5/10 Overall Rating
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