Posts Tagged ‘Weird Worlds’

Infinite Space 3: Sea Of Stars Launches Into Early Access

By Graham Smith on May 2nd, 2014.

Bet it's not really infinite.

I’m looking forward to Galactic Civilizations 3 as much as the next space-mad conquerer, but I’m also worried that by the time its alpha is fleshed out with all manner of alien flesh, I won’t have time to really dig into its deep systems and long campaigns. I think it’s far more likely I’ll find the opportunity to leap into Infinite Space 3: Sea Of Stars, which just hit Steam Early Access. It’s got space travel, combat, strange alien races, and a dynamic galaxy, but sessions with it can also be played and finished in short, twenty-minute bursts. Check the launch trailer below.

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Weird Worlds: Return To Infinite Soundtracks

By Kieron Gillen on June 2nd, 2008.

It's not a looker, I'll admit
I’ve got a lot to write about recent Indie-faves later, but until then, here’s a quickie about a pre-RPS indie fave which caught my eye. Specifically, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space. Digital Eel have released their IGF-winning sound-track for download and ear-listening. You can get it from here. Hell, the Demo is on the same page and I strongly recommend you to give it a shot if you haven’t already. It’s a gloriously hyper-speed space-exploration game. Essentially, when most normal humans play a game of Solitaire in a coffee break, people who read RPS should be playing things like Weird Worlds. And for more information, here’s my 2005-era Eurogamer review.

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