Space is dangerous. Survival is a challenge. Design, build and control your own space station. Mission command and control is in your hands and only careful planning and vigilant supervision will keep your crew and space station...
Space is dangerous. Survival is a challenge.
Design, build and control your own space station. Mission command and control is in your hands and only careful planning and vigilant supervision will keep your crew and space station safe. Manage scarce resources, survive a multitude of disasters and fund your station's growth by completing research projects.
Stable Orbit is a highly realistic space management simulation game. Set in 2034, an unprecedented ‘All Nations Space Coalition’ has been formed around a shared desire to rebuild mankind’s permanent presence in space. But space is a dangerous place. The only thing between survival and your crew suffocating, blood boiling and radiation overdose is the thin walls of the space station.
As Mission Controller, can your crew rely on you? As legendary NASA Flight Director Gene Kranz said: "failure is not an option".
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WCCF Tech - "I can genuinely see this being a great and time absorbing game to say the least."
Stable Orbit is a space management game in which you take control of a fledgling international space station. Your aim, slowly expand the station in order to take on a larger crew and complete research projects to further science. Obviously you’ll also want to get paid to further expand your operations in low earth orbit, building a bigger and better station in the process.
Make sure you plan ahead, as resources are limited, and space is unforgiving. Juggle the needs of your crew and infrastructure as you build a station that balances power consumption, consumables and temperature, all the while under the threat of possible looming disaster.
So why not buy a Stable Orbit game key from Green Man Gaming today and enjoy this unique space sim for yourself?
This is a great start for sure. I did not experience motion sickness, and watching your station develop is certain very nice indeed. I do hope there will be more features in future, obviously some items are locked, so I'm sure they will eventually be available. What would be great is a comfortable management section, so see at a glance if something is damaged, maybe assign repair crews, maybe instead of eject, allow modules to be moved etc. Maybe also an option to control what the scientists are studying , that ability to align the station with thrusters etc., just all the things that are do-able. While I agree, there isn't that much to do, I enjoyed what I could do and I certainly will give future updates a try. The graphics are nice, controls are OK for now, what is missing is some ambiance. Maybe music, maybe some radio chatter between the station and ground control, especially when shuttles come and go. This game has great potential, and as I don't need action or shooting things to enjoy a game, I hope it retains a certain level of simulation and concentrates on science and management! Great start, I do not regret buying this, even at Early Access stage!
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