Posts Tagged ‘Wayward Terran Frontier’

Space Strangers: Wayward Terran Frontier

By Adam Smith on January 20th, 2014.

Initially, I only stuck with the lethargic trailer for Wayward Terran Frontier because I was enjoying the soothing warp of the guitar strings that serenade its spacefarers. It’s a top-down combat and exploration game set on that most final of frontiers, but it was only when the viewpoint shifted to a ship’s interior that my attention was entirely captured by the pull of the attractor beams. Wayward Terran is a complex project and while there’s a free multiplayer alpha, a visit to the Kickstarter page is required dig out all of the enticing promises and secrets.

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Ship Shapes: Wayward Terran Frontier

By Craig Pearson on August 7th, 2013.

You should see what it looks like on the inside.
Welcome to Space Gamers Anonymous, my now regularly scheduled meeting for every RPS writer who can’t stop posting about space games. I just checked and I am present so the meeting can move on. The point of today’s meeting is to accuse me, Craig, of finding another space game when I’ve already posted about a zillion of them. Well, what do I have to say for myself? That Wayward Terran Frontier is a bit like a cross between FTL and Gratutious Space Battles, where you design your own ship and take into space. I go on to say that you can hop from the outside, where the battle is blasting away bits of your hull, to the inside to see the damage being taken. And that maybe a few RPS readers might like to see it in action and play the alpha? Well, that seems perfectly reasonable. Well done to me. Meeting adjourned.
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