Mission Control: NanoMech

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Mission Control: NanoMech is set late in the 21st century and puts players in a high-tech base on the surface of Mars, where they step into the role of a rover pilot delivering supplies. A rogue artificial intelligence named D-brain has taken control of the factory and most of its robotic workers and refuses to let the humans go. With the threat of a massive Mars dust storm cutting off communications to the rest of the Mars bases, it's up to the player to save the other humans trapped inside the factory.

Luckily, several friendly robots are on hand to help the player fight back. The robots gift the player with a spacesuit and teach the player how it can be improved with nanotechnology. As the game progresses, the player is helped further by scientists hiding inside the factory who leave clues and information that help the player understand and use the nanomaterials in optimal ways to solve puzzles and overcome obstacles. Players must master this improvement process as it is directly linked to the progressive difficulty in the game. Presented with puzzle challenges, the player must race against the clock to keep their robotic team members functioning while searching for more raw materials and the hidden scientists in order to get strong enough to confront D-brain directly.

Mission Control: NanoMech was developed under a grant from the National Science Foundation (Grant #0823411) and developed in collaboration with NASA through a Space Act Agreement. This action-adventure game is based on real nanotechnology content, which was reviewed by experts for accuracy. Spacesuit components and technologies are based on authentic future technologies being researched and developed by NASA and others.
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WisdomTools
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WisdomTools
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Website
http://www.nanomechgame.com/

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: MacOS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or better
  • Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core2 Duo or better
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Dedicated PCI-express x16 Video card with a minimum 256 MB RAM
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 350 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Any

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP or better
  • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo / E7500/AMD Athlon X2 250 3GHz - Rs. 3350 or better
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Dedicated PCI-express x16 with 256MB RAM minimum
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 350 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Any
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Mission Control: NanoMech reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Early Access Review Preface: I'll Start with the fact that this product is not a full-fledged game and was abandoned by developers in early access. Since the release was not released a patch correcting even some of the many bugs, some of which are able to make the game impossible to pass. Description: The Game is an isometric arcade with elements of RPG. We are available 25 missions in which we with a dumb companion to perform missions, consisting mainly of-kill all the monsters or go to the end of the map and wait on the path of each computer. The game has a mini-game that is made as mediocre as the main part of the game. The Big system of pumping zabhovana and works not fully. Pros: ¥ No Cons: ¥ No Settings (other than sound) ¥ A Great many bugs that sometimes make passing impossible. ¥ Not Modified system of pumping. ¥ The List can go on long. The Result: The Product is abandoned and not recommended to anyone... Although even if the developers would fix all the bugs and finish the game, it would not be able to still get a flattering feedback. Rating: 1/10 post-match: If you liked this review welcome to the group http://steamcommunity.com/groups/uojer-here you can see the recommended games, other reviews, as well as just chat in good company.
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Microsoft from French
Early access review mission control: NanoMech is an action game developed in collaboration with NASA above all, know that the game is currently in early access; This explains its first difficult and the fact that it is the impression that it is not completely completed, it is normal, it is early access. Like many, my first reaction against mission control: NanoMech was negative. There are many texts, many texts that I have not understood or wanted to understand (it must be said that it is normal, all these texts are in English). I wondered what the relationship is with the game and after playing, I would say that these texts bring a little scientific side to the game, which surely explains the collaboration with NASA. Regardless, what matters is the game. Once we start playing, it's great. We play a delivery driver who is hired by robots to fight another robot that holds the humans from the base hostage because it refuses to be replaced. You will have to gradually, with the help of Nice robots, have to infiltrate the base, counter the wicked robot, save humans, etc., etc. There are thus a total of 25 missions (I know, it's a little light) but hopefully it will increase thereafter. Do not listen to those who do not like this game, I like it very much. The game will be improved later, I have no doubt and it will probably be a simpler first. When at the price, less than 10 euros, it seems normal to me. If you hesitate, wait for promotions or balances, there are often. Anyway, you won't regret it! To read my full impressions on mission control: NanoMech [www.graal.fr].
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