• WeGo turn based combat. Movement is planned each turn, then it is resolved simultaneously. Devise a cunning strategy, then watch it succeed or backfire horribly.
  • Fast-paced play. Players play simultaneously within the turn. No need for thumb twiddling while you wait for your opponent to choose his moves.
  • Tactical challenges. Complete mission objectives within the turn limit. Attack or escort convoys, hack into satellites, destroy a specific target… or simply wipe out the enemy.
  • Loot system. We know. You are not here for the glory. You want the loot. And you got it. Every mission grants you some upgrades. The higher your gang’s reputation, the better the chance of finding a rare or unique item!
  • Build your squadron. Choose the best combination of starfighters, upgrades and pilot skills from the ones at your disposal and assemble your force.
  • Grow your gang. Teach your pilots new skills, and fill your inventory with rare upgrades. Conquer new territories and scavenge them for money.
  • Single player campaign. Lead your gang through a 20-mission long campaign, plus random optional missions.
  • Multiplayer battles. Challenge rival gangs in online random matches, or play against a friend in a private match.
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There are eight starfighter models. Each one of them has different movement capabilities, in terms of speed, acceleration and turning radius. Some can take a beating, others are quite fragile. Each model can equip a different combination of upgrade types, making them suitable for specific roles on the battlefield.

The Arrowhead is the most basic starfighter in the game. A jack of all trades, is good at everything but excels at nothing.


The Adder is fast and maneuverable, and can equip the best engine upgrades. You’d better not get hit, though, as its shields are quite weak.


The Templar is a support starfighter. Which is a nice way of saying that on its own it kinda sucks. But it can provide some much-needed protection to allied starfighters, or improve their damage output, depending on the chosen upgrade loadout.


The Valkyre is something like the child of an Arrowhead and an Adder. On steroids. Its main feature is the ability to mount two primary weapons, making it the hardest hitting starfighter in the game. The drawback is that such a build is very expensive, so you won’t be able to field many of them in most scenarios.


The Wraith is another less than stellar starfighter. Until it mounts a cloaking device, that is. It’s currently the only starfighter that can do so, and this allows it to hide in plain sight, revealing itself to attack and then hide again. Just remember that a decloaked Wraith is no match for most other starfighters, so play it smart.


The Shaman is a basically a drone-carrier. It’s, big, slow, and almost unarmed. But it can bring into battle an insane amount of drones, making it a threat to be reckoned with.


The Moth is the fastest, most agile and most fragile starfighter in the game. And it’s cheap, so you can field a whole bunch of them. They usually don’t last long, but can be annoying, especially if equipped with the right upgrades.


The Guardian’s main feature is its ability to take a beating. While “punchability” may not sound too exciting as a defining trait, having a tank and knowing how to force the opponent to shoot it instead of other, more fragile, starfighters is a huge advantage in battle.


You can find out more and stay up to date with the latest news by following Aetherspace on facebook, and you can help Aetherspace being published by voting on its Steam Greenlight page.

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