Divine Space Hits Kickstarter, Looks Like a Fantastic Space Simulator (Video)

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  • 20 Oct 2012
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  • I’ve played a lot of games on Android, even some complex titles like Wild Blood or The Dark Knight Rises, but when it comes to massive strategies, there aren’t many titles to have fun with. One of them might be Divine Space, a game up on Kickstarter right now for fund gathering. It’s a hugely appealing space simulator that reminds me of an older and fantastic title called Homeworld.

    Its maker, Dodo Games says that Divine Space is a high quality 3D space adventure, quest and action RPG, focused on science fiction. The cool thing about it is that it’s based on real world astronomical data. The developers have said that they’ll first release a single player version for the iPad and then work on an Android version, followed by a launch on the PC, Mac and Linux. They’re using Unity3D and when all the single player versions are done, they’ll work on a MMO version of the title.

    The cool thing about Divine Space is that it’s free to play and doesn’t require subscriptions, monthly fees or DLC. Premium accounts are included just for the sake of having an extra something. Players can buy 90% of things for virtual money and only social items and social abilities will be sold for real money. You will extract resources from asteroids, get involved in “star wars” and perform quests and tasks. I recommend you keep an eye on this title, since I’m sure we’ll hear about it later.  Feel free to donate to DoDo Games.

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    SOURCE: Pocketgamer.co.uk
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    • DeianStancu

      This is a game made by indie developers, these are people that love to code and are not greedy like big names publishers. It’s going to be a very interesting game with many hours to play.

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