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Starship Theory

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Starship Theory is a ship building survival game. You begin with 4 survivors lost in unknown space.I'M GIVIN' HER ALL SHE'S GOT, CAPTAIN!Build a starship your own way. Create a heavily armored battleship or a nimble, hard to hit fighter.MAKE IT SOLoot defeated foes, mine asteroids or buy low and sell high! Threaten weak minded opponents or bribe your way to safety.LIVE LONG AND PROSPERTrain your crew in agility, endurance, intelligence, engineering and combat. Keep them well fed, rested, and happy so that they can perform at their best. Make sure your ship is kept clean and topped up with oxygen.RESISTANCE IS FUTILEEngage with hostile targets by targeting specific components with a variety of weaponry. Manage your heat levels or encounter system failures. If it all goes wrong, engage the warp jump to escape certain death.
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0+ Everyone

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Core 2 Duo
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Early Access Review/update 06.07. In the reddit Thread, the developer responds to player feedback regarding Balancing, bugs, etc. very quickly! Thumbs up for it. https://www.reddit.com/r/StarshipTheory 05.07.2017-11:30 A lot still has to happen About Balancing etc. But that's clear when you buy an EA Title. That's what it's for. £11.99 is in Full order for that. One has to bear in mind that this is a "One-man project." No big marketing budget or similar gives it a bit Of Time. Duncan is doing a super Job so far. On Release day alone this morning, 3 Updates came. Keep it up! In the current State, however, it can be played with Patience. I'm excited to see how the Game unfolds and glad to be there:) Friends of Titles (and Genres) like RimWorld Will enjoy Starship Theory. Greeting
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Early Access Review EDIT: Now after a very long Time there was a little Update so I have Hope that the Developer will resume the Project. Recommendation still remains with NO UNTIL a few more Updates come. ---Original review---Now what can I say. The Game made a pretty good Impression at the beginning and there were always updates. Unfortunately, this has not been the Case since September. Thus, the Game has been without an update for 6 Months and for 4 Months without The Developer's sign of life (last Sign of life on Reddit). So I don't bother to rate the Game really because it becomes unplayable after some Progress. Should expect something else to change at the current Stage, I will revise my Recession, but by then I will: NO KUTR NOUS!!!
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Early Access Review War Was quite nice and promising at the Beginning, but then the Developer went into Sinking overnight. Through dubious Side Channels of other Websites you learn that he became a Father and therefore no Longer has time to take care of the Game. Then, after almost 3 Months of Silence, a small Bugfix is offered overnight, which unfortunately makes the Game unplayable, actually not fixing anything that was allegedly immature, but brings massive new Mistakes into Play. The current State of Affairs is, I have a scrap game in my List, the Developer has been missed in action for the middle Of The summer and now he is not coming back (supposedly state-of-the-art) because he still has a second child and ... Excuse me? Little Note from me, I have 3 Children, the two Elders now out of The house-that was no Reason for me to lay down at that time and leave all the Work lying for months. This Game stinks mightily like Abandonware, instantly I can't recommend it. If you are really interested, wait first, you can't even call it game at the Moment, it's defective (massively bugged and unplayable). Really a shame, had promised me more of the same.
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