Posts Tagged ‘Elliptic Games’

Remind Yourself Of Rodina’s Space Combat And Computers

By Graham Smith on July 1st, 2014.

Not quite No Man's Sky, but it'll do.

It’s been a while since we last checked in with Rodina, in as much as we haven’t mentioned it on this site at all since Craig noted the release date late last year. That’s a shame given that we live in a world of in-progress but unreleased or expensive space sims, and Rodina is a space sim that’s unfinished but i) out now and ii) has a demo and iii) has a pay-what-you-want business model. To rectify the oversight, I’ve played it a bit, and popped a trailer and some progress updates below.

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Further Adventures In Infinite Space Games: Rodina

By Craig Pearson on May 3rd, 2013.

Ship design was inspired by Starfox

While Notch’s 0x10c languishes sadly in hyperspace limbo, it turns out there’s another game out there that has plenty of what he was trying to achieve. Rodina is another strangely named space adventure game that has ship interiors, hackable operating systems, and seamless space travel. It’s like discovering a twin-star system, but with games instead of boiling balls of gas. And because I seem to be genetically predisposed to being excited about games like that, I am going to share some videos and information about it below.
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