Space Empires: Starfury

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Starfury is a bold new game which take players, first-person, into the Space Empires Universe. Using our all-new real-time 3D rendering engine, the Space Empires universe has been recreated from a lone ship's perspective.

As captain of your battle cruiser, you'll travel through solar systems via warp points, explore the galaxy, engage in furious space combat, and join in large fleet operations. Starfury allows you to completely customize your starship and has a complex ship combat model. Multiple campaigns with a vast array of missions will challenge you to hold back the forces that threaten your race, and to make a little money on the side!

  • 24bit 3D real-time rendered graphics.

  • Support for resolutions 1024x768 and up.

  • Freeform structure: Follow the given missions, or perform your own as a merchant, mercenary, or pirate.

  • Detailed ship configuration through components.

  • 19 different ship styles and 57 ship classes from different races you can command. More than 50 starships and starbases to battle!

  • Dozens of star systems for you to explore.

  • A living breathing universe with events happening all over the galaxy.

  • Encounter and battle your favorite races from Space Empires IV in ship to ship combat.

  • Complete game customization allowed by players ("mods").

  • Discover: Warp Points, Nebulae, Binary Stars, Trinary Stars, Asteroid Belts, Gas Giants, Cosmic Storms, and more!

Customer reviews


Just if..

dawe | Nov. 21, 2012 | See all dawe's reviews »

After star empirev IV my expectations for this game were high. It played ok, fairly easy to handle but it lacked a proper meaning to it, it was missing something. The graphics are workable, nothing fancy now of course, but it is ok for the time it was made in. I just wish it had some of the great complexity of the star empires games... maybe some more squad focus or something. It left me with a feeling of being unfinished and a way to captain the vessels of SE:V. It could have been great with more lore and simply more substance and variety.


It's ok.

aqnickdan3 | June 29, 2012 | See all aqnickdan3's reviews »

Very simple gameplay, all you pretty much do is trade, go to warp zones, attack ships when you want, and that's pretty much it. The graphics are good judging from the time it was made, but it doesn't compare well with the games made today. There's a lot of room for variation in the game though, as modding is very extensive and you can do pretty much anything with the game, which factors in more fun.