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"Us Terran's, a growing, prosperous people. Our bloody past has molded us into what we are today. We've learned to band together as one to survive in this cruel universe. Fending off invasions and plague, our numbers are small but our ability to persist remains..." Admiral Janus, Terran Defense Division


You must adapt, survive and persist by exploring and defending our home and way of life. Choose from our most advanced ships and weaponry to engage new enemies, some known, some unexpected.

This beautiful and brutal universe contains three immersive stories spanning a 15 year period, where you will be at the center of crucial defining moments in Terran history. Your efforts and piloting skills will determine the outcome of your people and their future.

Challenged with blazing fast dog-fights, aggressive defense systems and relentless enemy aggression, you will need razor sharp focus and pure unbridled determination if you are to succeed.

This game supports control re-mapping, but only dual analog game-pads and keyboard & mouse modes are officially supported.


KEY FEATURES

  • Engage various threat types, defend and destroy massive structures, adapt to a variety of attack patterns.
  • Fight from your cockpit or take aim with your 3rd person view.
  • Fly a variety of advanced Terran fighters, from nimble scout ships to powerful interceptors!
  • Equipped your ship with an array of advanced weaponry, built for damage and utility.
  • Take structures and defense systems apart piece by piece – out wit their turrets and target weak-points to immobilize or shatter sections of their hull.
  • Jump into 16 different locations, beautifully crafted, all with their own stories to tell and dangers to find.
  • Be at the center of 3 engaging stories, your efforts control the fate of your people.
  • Dual Stick Gamepad Support as well as being fully optimized for mouse and keyboard. 
  • Updated 10 days ago
    StatusReleased
    PlatformsWindows
    Release date 78 days ago
    AuthorSquidMonkeyStudios
    GenreAction, Shooter, Simulation
    Made withUnity
    TagsFlight, Sci-fi, Space, Third Person
    Average sessionAbout a half-hour
    LanguagesEnglish
    InputsKeyboard, Mouse, Gamepad (any)
    AccessibilitySubtitles
    LinksSteam, Steam, Homepage

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    Hello!  Are you interested in providing a demo or perhaps a time-limited trial of sorts?  I'd like to make sure the game works on my system (performance-wise) before dropping the money on it.

    Perhaps a redeem key on itch.io that is auto-revoked after a certain amount of time.  Not sure how it would work.  A demo may be easier to do :)

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    Hi DaedalusMachina,

    Regrettably at this time I do not have a demo available. I do however have a spec sheet for minimum and recommended specs.

    SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
    MINIMUM:
    o OS: Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10
    o Processor: Core i3-4370 or Equivalent
    o Memory: 4 GB RAM
    o Graphics: Nvidia GTX 960 / AMD 280x
    o DirectX: Version 11
    o Network: Broadband Internet connection
    o Storage: 6 GB available space

    RECOMMENDED:
    o OS: Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10
    o Processor: Core i7-4790K or Equivalent
    o Memory: 8 GB RAM
    o Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 / RX 580
    o DirectX: Version 11
    o Network: Broadband Internet connection
    o Storage: 6 GB available space

    I may in the future have a demo available, but at this time I am working on finishing up the Xbox build to get it ready for certification.

    Hopefully the above specs match your machine and you can give it a go :)

    In any case, thanks again for inquiring. Fly Safe! o/

    Over my time playing PC games, I have only ever learned to trust actually playing the game (or a demo) rather than relying on system requirements.  The requirements are ok for my machine, however sometimes developers may require certain dependencies (or install certain things) that may conflict with other software on my system.

    I am glad that AMD equivalents have been provided for GPUs, however I would like to see the same for CPUs.  Intel and Nvidia are not the only two relevant hardware companies in the PC marketplace.  AMD's Ryzen CPUs provide an amazing price/performance ratio for those willing to include them in system builds.

    I will keep an eye on this game and check it out if/when a demo/trial of some sort is available.

    I kindly appreciate your time and patience in responding to my post.  Thanks :)