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'Space Empires IV Deluxe' and 'Star Fury' Get European Bundle

by Rainier on Oct. 26, 2005 @ 5:11 p.m. PDT

Black Bean announced today it will expand its strategy lineup with Space Empires IV and Stary fury, to be released as a bundle pack by the end of 2005.

Space Empires IV Deluxe

In Space Empires IV the gamer rule the entire universe. A Galactic Emperor must discover new planets to colonize, encourage scientific discovery and economic development, and put down the occasional rebellion.

The award-winning Space Empires IV Deluxe is the latest edition in the Space Empires series. This Deluxe Edition adds all the latest tweaks and upgrades, as well as including all level and campaign design tools, allowing anyone to become a part of the expansive Space Empires Mod community.


  • Detailed Tactical Combat plus a combat simulator to test designs
  • Advanced Political features: protectorates, subjugated empires, trade all possible game items, claim territories, and more
  • Detailed Empire management: research, intelligence, politics, construction queues, vehicle design, and more
  • Completely design and customize all of vehicles, game graphics, data files and AI players
  • Random Events: rebellions, earthquakes, supernovas, industrial accidents, cosmic storms, and the occasional plague

Star Fury

In Star Fury starship captain livelihood depends on exploring the darkest reaches of space in search of fame, fortune, and adventure. In a galaxy filled with warp points, asteroid belts, gas giants, and cosmic storms, signing on for a tour of duty for large fleet operations it's only chance at survival.


  • Freeform structure
  • Detailed ship configuration through components
  • A living, breathing universe
  • Complete game customization allowed by players ("mods")

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