Command a fleet of vessels wandering the galaxy for adventure and profit! It’s a dangerous universe out there, and although many helpful creatures will trade or share valuable information with you, many more will attack on sight!Read full description
Interstellaria is a real time space-exploration sim and crew management game.
Command a fleet of vessels wandering the galaxy for adventure and profit! You’ll be forced to make tough decisions as you face hostile starships, crippling space anomalies, and intriguing aliens. When your fleet faces certain doom, should you direct your crew to make critical repairs, or report to their stations and boost your fleet?
Land your flagship on an alien world, allowing your crew to gather valuable resources for you but be sure to equip them with powerful armor and weapons! It’s a dangerous universe out there, and although many helpful creatures will trade or share valuable information with you, many more will attack on sight!
Tactical crew management. Direct crewmen to put out fires, or repair damaged equipment. Posting them to their station boosts your fleet's speed and combat abilities.
Customize your ship with helpful stations. Allocate power to important systems or simply outfit your ship with lasers and put all power into weapons!
Your crew eats, sleeps, and needs entertainment. Each one develops unique traits throughout the game that help or hurt the mission. Various outfits and weapons can be found to customize them further.
Fleet-based combat. Instead of controlling a single ship, you control multiple ships each with their own crew.
Fully explorable galaxy, no areas are off limits. Each region has unique ships, aliens, and mysteries to find.
Land your ships on planets! Each world is a new experience and has special rewards for you and your crew.
Featuring an all-original soundtrack from the incredibly popular chiptune musician Chipzel.
In Interstellaria, you are the commander of a fleet of spaceship travelling through the galaxy in search of uncharted planets to explore and valuable things to collect. It's heavenly inspired by Faster Than Light. You see your main ship from a side view and must manage all the fleet via a LOT of windows via all your crew members. The UI is properly awful. It's not intuitive. It's obscure. It's just bad. Pixel Art is cool but not when it makes the game interface harder to read! The UI also has obvious flaws. For instance you must be in orbit to install vessels upgrades to your fleet so it's impossible to do it right after buying these... It sure is realistic but it turns this aspect of the game into a chore rather than an enjoyable mechanic. It's shame because Interstellaria offers some neat ideas. For example you are able to really explore planets. Interstellaria is really disappointing. You should just stick to Faster Than Light.
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