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Race To Mars

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Simulation
Developer: Intermarum
Release Date: Q1 2014

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'Race To Mars' Seeks Crowd Funding - Screens

by Rainier on July 1, 2013 @ 2:14 a.m. PDT

Race To Mars is a turn-based, space company simulation game. Become the head of a newly established “New Space” company with a goal to establish a colony on Mars.

You begin as a startup - develop cutting edge aerospace technologies and use them to achieve orbit and fly beyond Earth vicinity, blazing the trail of a space pioneer and leaving the competition far behind on your way to victory.

Race To Mars has had its KickStarter just launched, and the developers are looking to collect 30.000 pounds.

The money will help Intermarum create the multiplatform game within a year and allow the players to experience the hardships of the current race to the stars.
“It is the key event for us which will determine how expansive our game will be. We have been working on it since the last few months and we hope for our project to become interesting to all economy and space exploration games' fans." - says Szymon Janus, the CEO of Intermarum.

Anna Piekarczyk, responsible for marketing and community relations adds: "We pay a lot of attention to our fans and what they expect from the game. We're trying hard to make sure our communication with them will result in a much better game, with our ideas and solutions consulted with the community."

Features

  • Shape your own path to Mars: satellites or a space station?
  • Discover more than two hundred pioneering technologies
  • Fight for a larger budget for your space program with the help of your fans and media
  • Expand your program: profit from commercial, scientific and military contracts


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