Quantum1
Quantum1
1.6.1

4.3

Quantum1 free download for Mac

Quantum11.6.1

22 May 2013

New take on the classic Asteroids game.

Overview

Quantum puts you in the pilot seat of Quantum, an Omega-class fighter patroling deep space. It's a lonely assigment.

Suddenly, and predictably, you are caught in a sub-space anomoly and transported to the middle of a mysterious region of space with a black hole at its center and deadly asteroids drifting by. You'll encounter hostile aliens and mysterious floating artifacts.

Quantum is a new, updated take on the classic game of Asteroids. It's Asteroids taken to another level adding:

  • A dreaded black hole, relentlessly pulling everything toward its inky maw.
  • Aliens that actually fight back.
  • Floating artifacts to help you survive.
  • Rocks that realistically collide with each other
  • Modern OpenGL graphics and OpenAL sound.
  • A large (and resizable!) playing area.
  • A cool particle engine.
  • Three difficulty levels.

What's new in Quantum1

Version 1.6.1:
  • Several fixes for potential graphics glitches.

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How would you rate Quantum1 app?

3 Reviews of Quantum1

4
Gla
09 December 2009
Version: 1.3.1

Most helpful

A very good effort, and a very playable game! Yes, I played the original arcade Astroid back in the 80's, but for me the inevitable yardstick for this genre will always be Ambrosia's Maelstrom. So how does it measure up? Quite good! Certainly, the audio is much better, and the resizable window is a nice feature. The graphics are nice but need a few more iterations of polish to really stand out. As for playability, definitely good! The only thing I wish for is a mode with no (permanent) black hole in the middle, making it a more 'classic' experience. The 60 minutes play limit in the demo is reasonable and the price ditto.
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4
Gla
09 December 2009
Version: 1.3.1
A very good effort, and a very playable game! Yes, I played the original arcade Astroid back in the 80's, but for me the inevitable yardstick for this genre will always be Ambrosia's Maelstrom. So how does it measure up? Quite good! Certainly, the audio is much better, and the resizable window is a nice feature. The graphics are nice but need a few more iterations of polish to really stand out. As for playability, definitely good! The only thing I wish for is a mode with no (permanent) black hole in the middle, making it a more 'classic' experience. The 60 minutes play limit in the demo is reasonable and the price ditto.
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Flash1296
15 March 2009
Version: 1.2.2
Good Job. Reasonable price.
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Quirop-Pa
13 April 2008
Version: 1.1
Muy simpático y jugable. Gracias a estas revisiones los clásicos no mueren! Gracias!
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