SIMSpace (DOS)

SIMSpace DOS The game's title screen. 
The ad blurb boasts photo quality bitmapped graphics and here they are. After this the player must enter their name.


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SIMSpace is a single player, shareware, space, 'flight and combat simulator'. The object of the game is to complete as many missions as possible, the game ends when the player 'dies' or when they have failed three missions.

The action takes place on the bridge of a starship. Missions are received from Space Force HQ on the main screen which the player must then execute. While the game may cut away to show brief scenes there is effectively only one screen on this game and that is the bridge of the starship. All the controls the player needs to navigate, fight, defend, communicate, etc are there together with the game controls to save, exit, and match the game to the speed of the player's CPU.

The game's features include a boss key, over fifty types of mission, game editors, modem play and more.


SIMSpace DOS The mission is to stop Target 1 leaving the solar system. Here the player is selecting that ship as their primary target. Speed is important as other ships will try to intervene
SIMSpace DOS I hope the target is destroyed soon because it's getting a bit close
SIMSpace DOS This screenshot shows the game loading the starship's bridge. It is incomplete because on a slow machine it will take a while to get there.
SIMSpace DOS On the menu bar in the main starship bridge screen is a help button. Click on that and then on any other button on the screen and the game displays appropriate help text like this

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piltdown_man (151727) added SIMSpace (DOS) on Aug 08, 2014