SpaceStationSim review

  • The game's sense of humor
  • Plenty of modules to pimp your station
  • A budget title with NASA approval
  • Character customization is lacking
  • Astronauts are needy geniuses
  • The graphics aren't pretty

For all we know, armed with only a passing familiarity with the space program and single digit viewings of Apollo 13, this may be the world's most perfect space station simulator. But just as we don't want to play Yankee Stadium Bathroom Janitor, realism doesn't automatically mean this point-and-clicky game is that much fun. Go figure that a realistic simulation of mission control tedium could seem so, well, tedious. But if you've got a stack of rejected astronaut applications, or have been struggling to save up that 20 or so million to hitch a ride up with the Russians, SpaceStationSim could be just what you need.

More Info

Release date: Nov 28 2006 - PC (US)
Nov 28 2006 - PC (UK)
Available Platforms: PC
Genre: Other Games/Compilations
Published by: Enlight
Developed by: Enlight
ESRB Rating:
Everyone 10+: Crude Humor, Mild Violence


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