Hyperspace Delivery Service

Hyperspace Delivery Service

Hyperspace Delivery Service

By Zotnip

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2020-04-23
  • Current Version: 1.22.11
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 457.33 MB
  • Developer: Zotnip
  • Compatibility: iOS 10.0+
Score: 4.59
4.59
From 75 Ratings

Description

You’ve been hired by the Hyperspace Delivery Service to make a delivery to planet Miridian V. Located on the other side of explored space, the trip to Miridian V will be a dangerous yet lucrative journey full of mad robots and unpredictable stellar phenomenon. Can you and your crew survive the trip? Will you die from the dreaded Telunian flu? Hyperspace Delivery Service offers an exciting and strategically challenging journey where you must manage your fuel, oxygen, food, and various other supplies to make your delivery within the target time. Choose what kind of captain you will be. Work the trade routes, learn to use your crews’ unique attributes, mine for fuel, search for abandoned supplies, fight robot space pirates on the ground in retro FPS, experience thrilling space battles from the bridge of your space ship in retro 3D space shooting action. Can you make it to Miridian V? See you on the next delivery! Features: -Retro pixel art graphics -Name your very own space ship -Trade with aliens -Shop at orbiting space stations -Manage your food, fuel, oxygen, ship repairs, credits, and much more to keep your ship running and crew alive -Name your crew members and watch them live or die by your decisions -Original soundtrack using Adlib sound card inspired sounds -Choose your play style. Work the trade routes, mine for fuel, work missions, and so much more. -Fight robot pirates in retro FPS game-play -Directly control your space ship to fend off pirate attacks -Dodge asteroids! -Perma-death hard mode -Help space citizens or leave them to suffer -Simple to understand with a quick core game loop which offers pick up and play style gaming Credits: Program, Design, Music by Mike Pinto (Zotnip Games) Art: Dimitry Kolesnikov Art: Pablo Messuti Art: Cecilia Souza Santos - Cecihoney Additional Art: Desix Studios

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Reviews

Nostalgic!

5
It’s like an old Sunsoft/Sierra game from the DOS days. Great atmosphere!
By Acecombat89

I a great mix of different game genres

5
Its like if Doom, Star Trek, and Oregon Trail had a baby. Love it!
By Saltwaterkeeper

Meh

1
No sound.
By Matt6556

Sweet Game! Suggestion

5
Love this- cool take on the Oregon Trail type. Would love to see expansions with new content... like, it would be so much fun to have different types of ships to choose from. Maybe have a mechanic that allows you to choose from among a few routes?
By thenmrkid

Poor controls

1
It’s a cool idea. When I got to the combat I couldn’t figure out how to do it and it was unplayable
By Toftimus

Refund please

1
Clunky, boring, no walkthrough, no instructions. Wish I could get my money back.
By Sswiperfox

I find this interesting

5
It’s like having two guys going hey what you playing oh I’m playing doom. How about you oh I’m playing Star Trek snes version ya knowwhat we should do. Few years later this is born exploration with out the borg and Star Trek universe but very fun. Do check this out if you reading this be warned challenging ahead but I myself love challenge.
By death9748

Starfleet Academy meets Oregon Trail

5
This game is a wonderful roguelike mashup of Doom-styled FPS missions, Star Trek: Starfleet Academy-like ship battles and Oregon Trail-inspired random events like crew illnesses and ship break downs, etc. I found myself enjoying this game a lot more than I anticipated. I would recommend this to anyone, especially Trek and Wars fans.
By Seiphirius

Nostalgic time burner!

5
I love the Oregon Trail inspired mechanics of the game. The FPS parts are a refreshing way to replace the old hunting events and the character customizations can be quite funny at times. It’s a good game and it’s going in my “Favs” folder.
By AmesMoore

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