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Earth Under Siege
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Shardlands: Directors Cut
Yargis: The Beginning
Star Hammer Tactics
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So... being able to set your FoR to another ship - such as an opponent - gets us halfway there to...
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Ah, yes I've been meaning to add a toggle mouselook for a while now because the hold+drag doesn't...
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Beg your pardon; "frame of reference". The velocity reference vector. Well, just...
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Frame of Rotation?
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What is "FoR"?
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First part of Generation X Episode III have been relesed.
For those who don't know - Gen X is free RPG space series. Episodes I and II are finnished by now. Game can be downloaded via automatic Launcher / downloader / updater / mod installer.
- Planet-Source-Code.com/vb/ scripts/ShowCode.asp?txtCodeId= 66856&lngWId=1 - Sound engine
- Truevision3D - 3D engine - free for non-commercial use
Screenshots (ALL EPISODES):
If you encounter any technical problems pleace report it on firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope you enjoy the game.
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Per title, we need to be able to zero our FoR for combat - especially when when flying HOTAS (or any controller, really).
Currently, the only way to dogfight is the FE2 / FFE method of last resort - manual thruster control.
- you're interdicted while en route in autopilot
- you switch to manual engine control and apply discrete thruster burns to manoeuvre
- for me, this means moving my joystick off the desk and grabbing for the mouse and keyboard, oldskool style-e.
So it's do-able, as it ever was... for us old timers that know what we're doing. But it's also tedious, not as much fun as it could be, and a major turn-off for newer players - especially those who may be coming from ED and looking for something less arcadey, but still playable with their HOTAS kit.
The solution is very simple:
- add a control to zero the current FoR - in other words, set the velocity reference frame to whatever your current vector at the moment the feature is selected
- i'm interdicted while en route; my current velocity is 10e05 km/s (or whatever high speed) relative to my current navigational FoR (nearest / largest body, per usual)
- upon disabling autopilot, preparing to engage, i 'zero' the set velocity FoR. My ship now considers my current velocity to be stationary. My new FoR is whatever my vector was the moment i hit the reset button.
In reality my velocity hasn't changed. I'm just pretending - temporarilly, for the sake of combat - that i am now stationary, and everything else is moving around me. Any further accelerations i make from now on will add or subtract velocity to that selected FoR snapshot.
I can now dial in a "set speed" of say 50 m/s if i'm in a less agile ship, or maybe 500 m/s or more if i'm in a more manoeuverable fighter.
Now my ship will be using all of its thrusters automatically to manoeuver relative to the other combatant/s, and from my piloting perspective i'm "dragging my heading vector", with the degree of 'drag' being a function of how fast i turn relative to my 'set speed'. This provides the intuitive, instantly-familiar form of 'pew pew' flight control for which a HOTAS is perfect, but likewise benefits all input methods, mouse and keys included.
Anytime i mess up and the 'skidding' gets too much, i can just re-zero the FoR and instantly regain control and my bearings. Let my adversaries worry about any resulting velocity discrepancy. Instant restoration of 'Buck Rogers' style handling, at the touch of a button. "This is now stationary". "Actually, no, not that, this." Wherever, whenever, bang, done. Dial in whatever new set speed seems sensible and manageable and appropriate to one's immediate needs, a couple of hundred meters / sec, say, and you have turn'n'burn dogfighting manoeuverability with full thruster automation (ie. useful flight assist) IRREGARDLESS of your presently-irrelevant interplanetary navigational FoR, or whatever your prior vector. Even if you're plummeting in free-fall through the corona of a red giant, or wherever.. you're the pilot, so should be able to exercise your choice of the most relevant FoR for your current needs and desires.
For clarity, the FoR is only zeroed the once, the moment it is selected - all accelerations made post-selection add or subtract to that specific 'snapshot' vector - which can likewise be reset again at any time.
This means i can keep flying HOTAS, while maintaining rational thruster control, in a more intuitive dogfighting style, per ED et al.
You shouldn't have to literally decelerate from interplanetary velocities down to 'absolute zero' - which in reality, is itself just another relative vector (all of which are ultimately notional, after all) in order to retain the benefits of the "set speed" mode at all times. An FoR doesn't have to be a real body, it is just another vector we're pretending is zero.
After the pew-pew i could then just re-select my navigational FoR by re-engaging autopilot - my velocity automagically jumping from a few hundred m/s back up to interplanetary speed by simply discarding the made-up FoR and switching back to the normal, objective ones..
A related, complimentary feature here would allow pilots to also select any objective FoR at any time. For instance, you could set it to a space station or small moon in a situation where the FoR wasn't switching effectively itself (as used to happen in FE2, and still sometimes arises in Pioneer). But equally, that station could be on the other side of the system... "useful" need be no bar on "possible", and from a purely gaming perspective, is arguably subjective anyway. Likewise, if i set my FoR to an accelerating body such as another ship, up ahead, while dialing in a 'set speed' of zero, my ship will effectively tail the other, automatically attempting to hold a constant distance from it.
This adds good 'gaming bandwidth' for imaginative engagement capitalising on what's already there and possible. You could shadow another craft at a safe distance. Or maybe effectively 'tow' one craft by making it follow another. Little convoy parades, even.. Obviously, this kind of FoR versatility will be an inevitable requirement for any future ship-ship docking, carrier-launched fighters / shuttles or AI wingmen / wings... but also naturally falls out of the existing mechanics.
These kinds of refinements are kind of already implicit conclusions of the current design, almost made conspicuous by their absence, if you get my drift.. it's where the thing's going already, where it wants to go, inexorably, if i may be so bold.. if but for a gentle nudge or two in the right direction..
Finally, another useful addition would be a 'hold acceleration vector under free rotation' mode.
This would allow free rotation of the craft in all 3 axes, as when free-floating, but while using all the available thrusters to maintain an acceleration vector and controlled flight. So that vector could be a manual preset heading, or else the ship could be on autopilot, following its set course, while still alllowing me to rotate in all axes and thus shoot (or just look around) without breaking course. If landing on autopilot, it could override the free rotation mode when deploying landing gear, in order to force landing alignment.
Analogue thruster control would also be a boon - i currently use Mad Catz / Saitek input mapper to add 'bands' to my HOTAS throttle, mapping low forward / reverse thrust either side of a wide dead zone, and full thrust at the extremes, but with only 'hi, lo or off' it's a bit clunky. The 'set speed' mode is of course more practical in most circumstances but 'manual' remains more intuituve in certain conditions, such as during launch / lift-off. Analogue full and half-axis throttle control would be sweet (could also map it to my pedals, for instance).
And head-look for cockpit mode!!! Even just rudimentary mouse-look, would enable head tracking and be so cool (i'm sure it's on the to do list)..
Loving the game so far, it's the ONLY antidote to ED's game-destroying compromises IMHO. Spaceflight is kinetic energy control. Take that away and all that's left is a kind of 'no clipping' mode - in ED's case with a weird droning noise, and no autopilot. Watching your ship make a real re-entry and approach, using real thrust to scrub off real KE, at realistic magnitudes.. seamlessly... just breathtaking, each and every time. The only innovations E4 needed, IMHO, are the fllght control refinements mentioned above... and Pioneer is almost there already..
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Like the title says!
I'll try detailing all i remember, It was a space mmo you could have ships ect but it was click based lots of menu's the best part i remember was landing on planets and building.
Like i say the game is old and i have forgot the name after 2 months of searching its now killing me no being able to find out the name or anything about the game.
Not sure what else did i say its old....and well planets! and building on them.
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What you are about to witness is game design on a shoestring budget. Sector 13 is powered by the blood, sweat, and rears of a currently unfunded but ardent group of developers.
Our unpaid free time goes into this. So please keep that in mind when comparing us to other projects.
Thermonuclear war (with video goodness):
One of our heavy weapons is going to be an area nuke, a rocket that detonates in a massive explosion. Today I spent some time messing about with a possible explosion effect for it. Not everything is there yet. Perhaps it needs another type of lens flare and light rig. The sound is definitely placeholder. But, I think the main concept is sound.
The nuke is not an "obliterate everything this side of the moon" type of weapon. Rather, its rather much smaller for game balance reasons.
Two real life facts:
1. Nukes in space don't cause an EMP pulse unless they hit a large pocket of atmosphere. So gameplay wise, they won't be shutting everything down with a massive EMP blast. (I'll ignore the fact that we are also going to have atmospheric arenas too. I'll burn that bridge when I get there. Or rather, I'll explain it away in a shield containment system or something to that effect. After all: the warring factions don't want to contaminate the area that they are trying to conquer.)
2. Its really freaking hard to find examples of nukes in space. This old video is the one that keeps cropping up:
The real explosion is probably quite spherical. But thats not a very fun shape. Also, we are hardwired to see a nuclear explosions as some kind of mushroom cloud, because all the pictures we have seen of it are in atmosphere, and under gravity.
Messing around with purely spherical explosions produced meh results. It needs a mushroom-esque appearance to sell the fact that its a nuke. The end result of today's work is in the video below. As stated previously, there is always room for improvement, and it might change drastically in the future. But its nice to see a concept on the right path.
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I may have some time in the next few days to go over the Search & Rescue script again. Are there any problems or suggestions I should focus on first?
Sector 13 is a third-person multiplayer space combat game currently in development. Terrestrial and interstellar environments are densely populated with space stations, asteroid fields, shipyards with under-construction capital star cruisers, and the flaming wreckage of your fallen enemies. Every starship, from the most nimble fighters to the kilometers-long capital destroyers are immaculately detailed and bristling with a warlord’s bounty of firepower.
Starfighters can be agile by nature, or carry weaponry that lays waste to titans of the fleet. Pilots choose from over 25 starfighters that best suit their talents and aesthetics, and dogfight among the stars in a variety of game modes, that until now, were found only in the best first-person shooters. Fly solo in a dogfight to the death, dominate the battlespace as part of a team in Capture-the-Flag, or work together as a squadron to bring down the enemy’s largest capital starships. Sector 13 provides an adrenalin-fueled zero-G ride through the cosmos and the opportunity to dominate as the best starfighter pilot the galaxy has ever seen.
Press kit: http://www.sector13.com/press-kit/
We've been working hard in the past few weeks and we've made a lot of progress!
Here's a quick overview of all the things that happened during the last weeks:
We've been busy implementing and upgrading several new weapons! Please welcome the Force Turret, the Repair Turret and the Lightning Turret!
The Force Turret will push or pull an object towards you or away from you. This also works in the opposite direction: You can pull yourself to an object or push yourself away from it. The Repair Turret does what its name suggests: It will repair shield, hull or both, depending on the turret. Equip your allied ships and ask them to escort you, and they will heal you in combat. And last but not least: The Lightning Turret. High reach, tricky accuracy, and extreme power makes this one a very dangerous weapon. If you manage to hit your enemy. But if you do, it's a lot of fun!
The energy system priority can be rearranged. During a fight you can give full power to your shields or weapons.
We made some improvements to the UI, to make it look more sleek and modern. You can see the changes on the remaining screenshots, too. Oh, and the color is, of course, still configurable!
We want you to be able to specialize your ship in your personal way. We've finished a lot of the different system upgrades, which include things like a simple energy booster which will increase the amount of energy your ship produces, similar to the upgrades you already know from the demo. We've also finished several more complex systems such as the mining system, which will scan and highlight asteroids with resources near you, or the trading system, which will scan all the offers from different stations and show you the best bargains. It will even detect and remember trading routes over the last, say, 5 sectors you've visited.
Gates and Wormholes
You can see through gates and wormholes into the other sector.
With gates you will be able to fast-travel through the galaxy at a higher speed! Especially in the beginning when you don't yet have a hyperspace drive that can do large jumps, this will be important for you. It's also a safe way of exploring, since gates will always lead to civilised sectors where there will be defenders and friendly ships that can take care of pirate or other attacks.
Wormholes will get you even further, they can lead you to the other end of the galaxy.
Aside from the texture update, we also did several improvement to lighting, bloom and the backgrounds. The game is now brighter and details can be seen a lot better. Each material has its own texture, and its own reaction to light. For example, the material Trinium has a very reflective and glossy look, while iron looks more gritty and used.
NPC stations and traders will have dialogs where you can ask them what's currently going on, where their home sector is or what you can currently do to help them. These guys will also give you valuable hints to your current story objective.
Once you find a large asteroid, you can found a mine! These mines will be attracting NPC traders and they will be producing resources for you. Other players as well as the NPC traders will be able to buy resources from your mine, and the money goes directly to you. Alternatively, you can purchase a station founder ship at a shipyard, which you will then be able to transform into a factory. You are, of course, free to take whatever resources that are currently located in your station.
The research center is a place where you can take your turrets and systems and dismantle them to potentially upgrade them to better weapons. You will need at least 3 items to transform them into a better one, but the chance of getting an upgrade will only be 60% (20% per item). You can add up to 2 more items to increase the chance of upgrading to 100% - so you can either do a gamble with less items or take the more expensive, but safe & guaranteed upgrade alternative with 5 items.
Goods that are dropped from freighters and collected by thieves or you will be branded as stolen goods. Once these stolen goods are collected by you, you can't sell them at ordinary stations - you'll have to remove the branding or sell them at a Smuggler's Hideout.
In shops you can sell and buy your turrets, system upgrades or fighters. We also want to introduce an "Item of the Hour", a special limited-time only offer. And of course you can buyback if you sold something by accident.
Bulletin Board & Missions
On the bulletin board, stations will post smaller missions that you can fulfill to improve your relations and earn some credits. There will be missions for all kinds of play styles, so for example factories will have delivery missions or resource shortages, a smuggler's hideout will ask you to move some illegal goods somewhere else unseen, and a military outpost might ask you to clear an area of pirates or escort a convoi.
Story and Bosses (No Spoilers)
And now perhaps the most important part of the update: Our progress with the story and bosses. As we already said in the main campaign itself, the story will serve as a central theme in Avorion. We want the story to give you a motivation, a driving factor of journeying to the center of the galaxy, while still maintaining the freedom of a sandbox. Since we're fans of old-school games there's going to be several awesome boss fights on the way to the core.
So far we have implemented 4 different story boss fights, with at least 2 more story bosses to come. They will be hard to beat, they will all require different tactics and they will drop epic loot.
Please let me know in the comments whether you want to know more about the bosses. I'll be doing a separate post about the bosses with major spoiler warnings.
We've been doing great progress on that front, and we're hyped to see what you guys think of them!
These are, of course, not the only updates we've implemented - but we thought those were the ones that were most interesting to you all. Our day-to-day work includes consistently testing, fixing and improving small details of the game, ranging from bugfixes over balancing to performance improvements in all areas. But those details are seldom noteworthy, so we'll spare you with those
Alright, that's it for now! I'll be doing these updates more regularly from now on, so they don't get this big all the time!
Thank you, all the best to all of you, and see you next time!
Konstantin & Philipp
Oolite 1.84 hits the streets - change log here! A really solid, stable, release!
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Based upon the excellent Reddit FAQ found Here and watching over videos, I now am convinced that I will pre-order the game. However, I am struggling with what to do. Its an open ended game, but it has SOO much content that I need to figure out what I should do to make money. After all, ships are better at certain things, and it helps if you are using say a science ship, for exploration.
Anyhow, from what I can tell there are a few ways to make money, and the choice is yours. (cue Morrowind voice.)
Trade. (Follow other traders or find your own mineral deposits and jump from system to system trading.
Fight. (Missions and Piracy in space, and on the planet stealing from 'factories' containing rare blueprints. Kill the robotic guards i.e. sentinels, and take rare components off of their uh.. corpses.)
Explore (Find rare creatures and resources and sell the data for fat cash. Watch big space battles, and salvage the remains, find alien technology and sell it from the environment. etc.)
What will I do? Ive been trading in Elite games so long, I think its time to become a fighting explorer. Take on missions, land on the planet and take in the sights. Whats interesting is I have HATED exploration in other games. I mean downright hostile towards it. I always thought that space exploration was lame for lack of a better term. Who cares about a flyby of a moon? I wanted conflict and rising tension, action and interaction between the player and the world.
Yet NMS reaches back into my childhood and that joy of discovering something new right around every corner in the wilderness. Suddenly, making yet another trading run, seems soul sucking. I want to analyze creatures and learn about them, I want to see alien landscapes and sunsets. I want to have wild adventures as I try to find my way back to my ship.
Its an odd feeling. Anyway, I don't see myself trading this time around. How will YOU play the game?
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Noticed this on the Darth Vader VR game again not much know about it apart from it will be for the playstation VR device http://www.polygon.c...wing-vr-mission and according to Polygon free to anyone who owns StarWars Battlefront on the Playstaion 4
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I can't decide if this the daftest idea ever or simply brilliant, very few details about it http://www.gameinfor...lity-movie.aspx
Could end up as some sort of strangle simulator.
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This has been in the gaming news over the last few day about one backer being able to get most of his 3 grand back, PC Invasion has an interview with him http://www.pcinvasio...got-2560-refund
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Another free game from the games jams this time your job is to sell 1 trillion toaster to aliens across the universe. https://altfuture.itch.io/1teratoaster
- Seamless planetary landings!
- Demanding body moves
- Hyperspace barter economics
- Ruthless corporate politics
- 1,000,000,000,000 toasters
- 1042 miles on the odometer
The wait is over, Commanders, and we are happy to welcome you to the next test phase!
Prepare to crash your opponents in intense tactical battles, outmaneuver enemy ships or simply ram them and climb in PvP rating with your friends! New maps, modules, ships, 2x2 quick matches, co-op, tutorial and many other interesting things are waiting for you to be played and tested from 14th July 18:00 CET to 17th July 23:55 CET. Are you bold and daredevilish enough to do it all?
This is the second pre-alpha event, available to a limited amount of players. So, if you want to join you will need to apply for the Closed Alpha here. We will try to grant access and invite everybody who sent an application before 16th of July!
Hurry up, as it is the last opportunity to try Starfall Tactics before a short break, which we'll take to have a couple weeks of vacation and start doing Faction Wars feature, a massive MMO content expansion!
Learn more: http://starfalltacti...et-battle-begin
i created some small mods for pioneer/pioneer scout plus.
Instalation: add zip files into: x:\users\"your user name"\documents\pioneer\mods\
The Milky way skybox:
Milky way skybox created from 360 panoramic photo from eso.org
If you want to use this skybox in Pioneer Scout plus, delete or rename all ub*.dds files inside PioneerSP\data\textures\skybox\ - keep only default.dds
collection of 100+ face icons taken from various sources across the internet. There are 3 versions: basic - clear version, version with blue interlace created for Pioneer and last one with green interlace - created for Scout plus mod.
alternative download link: https://www.mediafir...p8/pioneer_mods
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Looks like Elite Dangerous Arena will be free to whomever adds it to their Steam account by Monday (7/11) and you will be able to keep and play it forever... or until it gets shutdown
The ratings on Steam are not the best on this game and if I am reading this right you already have access to Arena if you already own Elite Dangerous.
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The day has come to bring you some great news - we've just done a rewarp function, new Eclipse frigate and some IGC rebalancing!
New tiny Eclipse ship is finally here! Orlov has just joined the party and is in the process of getting all things done to be right there, in Starfall Tactics. As all other ships, it will get 4 hulls in the game, all with different engineering, weapon bays and engines.
Orlov is a frigate class ship, which means it will normally have good maneuverability and lower defences. Will you use it as a stealthed scout, miner, quick assault ship for capturing points, or will assign another unsual role? We'll see it in the next test coming in the middle of July!
Here you again can feel the importance of your feedback: as many of you had a strong wish to have an ability to warp in ships again, after they've been destroyed, after analysing and thinking through game mechanics, we decided that it is possible to change something like this in quick matches.
Now you can rewarp ships during quick matches after they've beed destroyed. Of courcse, there is a 45 seconds cooldown, which won't allow you to abuse this option. That basically means that you can't get two copies of the same ship card on the battlefield at the same moment - to have two similar ships you will still need to actually add them while creating the fleet in the Fleet Editor.
There is also another important change: starting this moment you won't have a TP restriction as now it looks obvious that you won't take benifits from expensive ships in PvP, since you always need to earn warp points to warp them in. The only limit you will have - is that the size of the fleet shall not exceed a 20 ships limit.
IGC income rebalancing
We're in the process of doing a rebalance in getting IGC through playing quick matches to make you more satisfied after finishing the battle. Previously, you could get a lot of experience and IGC just by taking and dealing damage to enemy ships, mostly. Now you will recieve much less for it, but will have concrete amounts of IGC for completing concrete goals. These goals for quick matches are:
- Capturing points - for PvP only
- Destroying ships - for both PvP and PvE modes
- Surviving waves in PvE - each following wave will provide you with more and more IGC. But beware as we are also going to rebalance these waves and surprise you with other deadly ships!
IGC income for Discovery mode will stay as it is.
And have you ever wondered what the IGC is? It's an In-Game Currency which can be also called InterGalactic Credits. Pretty obvious, isnt' it?
Stay tuned and be ready for the next test - it is coming in the middle of July!
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SotS: The Pit Gold
Space Empires IV Deluxe
Space Pirates and Zombies
Space Quest 1-2-3
Space Quest 4-5-6
Space Rangers HD: A War Apart
Space Run: Fast and Safe Delivery
Star Control 1+2
Star Control 3
Starpoint Gemini 2
Star Ruler 2
Star Trek: 25th Anniversary
Star Trek: Judgment Rights
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy
Star Trek: Starfleet Command
Star Wars Battlefront II
Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds Saga
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy
Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II
Star Wars Rebellion
Star Wars: Rebel Assault 1+2
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D
Star Wars Starfighter
Star Wars: Tie Fighter SE
Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance
Star Wars: X-Wing SE
Star Wars: X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter
Strike Suit Zero: Directors Cut
System Shock - Enhanced Edition
System Shock 2
The Last Federation
The Last Federation - Betrayed Hope
The Solus Project
To the Moon
Wing Commander I+II
Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger
Wing Commander IV: Price of Freedom
Wing Commander V: Prophecy Gold Edition
Wing Commander: Academy
Wing Commander: Armada
Wing Commander: Privateer
Civilization: Beyond Earth
Mass Effect Trilogy
Deus Ex: The Fall
Void of Darkness
Bioshock Triple Pack
Infinite Space III: Sea of Stars
Ring Runner: Flight of the Sages
Iron Sky: Invasion
Mars War Logs
Star Lords Alpha
XCOM: Enemy Unknown
Lords of the Black Sun
Line of Defense
Strike Suit Zero
Light of Altair
Space Rangers HD
Star Wolves 2
Star Wolves 3: Civil War
Aliens: Colonial Marines
Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion
Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Jack of all Trades
X3: Gold Edition
Gratuitous Space Battles
Strike Suit Infinity
Galaxy on Fire 2
Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
Star Hammer Tactics
SotS II: Enhanced Edition
Miner Wars 2081
Spaceforce: Rogue Universe
Alien Domination: The Acronian Encounter
Blue Libra 2
Fallout Classic Collection
Fallout New Vegas Ultimate
Fallout 3: GOTY
The Tomorrow War
All Aspect Warfare
Lego Star Wars
Battle World: Kronos
Haegemonia: Legions of Iron
Lost Empires: Immortals