With most of its crew missing and its weapons systems ruined the space research station Aegis is all but lost. As the last remaining pilot you must help rebuild the station’s defences, acquire alien technology and create your own uniquely configured set of fighters. By mining the asteroids within the grid dimension, valuable resources can be harvested to fuel the Aegis’ molecular furnace and build devastating weaponry. In the warp you will encounter allies to aid in your struggle to escape, uncover the terrible purpose of the evil Archnid race and learn why you and the rest of the crew were brought here.
- Beautifully rendered 32bit colour graphics
- Instant action mode for quick thrills
- See how long you can last in survival mode
- Thumping music sound track and sound effects
- Five weapon technology threads to find and research, only the first is available in the demo
- Five different zones to explore. The first is available in the demo and the rest are much bigger
- Make alliances with friendly aliens and trade technology
- Direct and protect your space station as it fights alongside you
- Create your own “garage” of unique space fighters tailored to your own specifications
- Mine the asteroids, gather raw elements, research new technologies and build new items
- Recover missing drive components and rescue your crewmates before escaping “The Grid”.
- Windows 98 / XP / Vista
- DirectX 5 or later
- Intel Pentium II - 300MHz or equivalent minimum specification
- Hardware accelerator with 16 meg of onboard memory or better required. Game tested with nVidia TNT2, 3Dfx voodoo 3 and above, Kyro series, ATI Radeon series, nVidia GeForce series, SiS305 and above, Trident Blade XP or above.
- No install or CDKey required! Just click and play.
- Special saved game added which contains 20 of each time and ship in storage at the beginning of the game. Use it if you want to just kill stuff.
- Only one single executable and a tiny folder that saves important stuff so there isn't any clutter.
- Completely portable! You can put it on a USB drive and play it anywhere