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Race into Space


Space race-themed strategy game.

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Race into Space overview

Race Into Space is the free software version of Interplay's Buzz Aldrin's Race into Space, a strategy game covering the space race, from Sputnik to landing on the moon.

This is the reworked version following the source release for the computer version of the Liftoff! board game by Fritz Bronner. This was originally developed by Strategic Visions and published by Interplay in as a disk based game in 1992 and a CD-ROM in 1994.

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Updated on Jan 22 2020

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57.1 MB

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App requirements

  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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Aug 12 2007
Aug 12 2007
Version: 0.4.5
This game brings me back to me youth on the Apple II! I love it, I've gotten quite addicted. This is from an era where games were NOT intuitive, and were just plain difficult. These days, games hand-hold you though the whole process, leaving little to be discovered. This game has frustrated me countless times, yet I keep coming back to try again! Those of you who played any of the Gradius games (Especially 3) will know the feeling I'm talking about. When it comes down to it, the game is very simple. A little bit of strategy and planning mixed with a bit of micro management. Turn based play ala Civ 2, but your building up a space program from the ground up! My only complaint is with un-uniform key commands. I wish escape was the universal cancel/back key. Currently, escape is sometimes cancel/back, and other times you must use 'e'. Other times there is no key at all, and you must use interface buttons. Glad to see classics like this being kept alive. Good work. Oh yeah, net play is a slick addition!