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4 More Science Fiction Games on Kickstarter

By on May 21st, 2012 11:29 am

Science fiction games on Kickstarter

Ok, reporting new sci-fi and space games that show-up at Kickstarter is becoming almost a job in itself :) I need to keep things more easy and simple for everybody. So, from now on I will make a digest on new sci-fi and space games that show-up at Kickstarter and make stand alone articles only for those games that I find to be particularly relevant (e.g. that contain a substantial amount of strategy or tactical elements).

So, today I discovered four more science fiction games at Kickstarter. These are:

Always Outnumbered, a post-apocalyptic competitive tower defense game proposed by SRRN Games and GO Gaming for PC and Mac (17 days to go at ~4.1%);

Rob Swigart’s Portal (1986) Reborn v2.0, a third-person perspective sci-fi 3D adventure that wants to remake the 1986 Portal for Amiga proposed by Subliminal Games for PC and Mac (40 days to go at ~3.1%);

TorchShips, a Real 3D space combat  game that proposes real-world physics for space combat by johncarlgillespie for PC and Mac (27 days to go at ~2.8%);

Lodestar Stygian Skies, a tactical sci-fi RPG proposed by Jason Taylor for Linux and Windows PC (24 days to go at 7.9%).

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1 Comment


  1. farcodev says:

    Torchships seems cool, but Portal in 1986 wasn’t the “world’s first computer novel”.
    This kind of thing exist since 1977.


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