Nextgen Space MMO Game - Procedural Galaxy with Billions of Stars - Seamless Planet Landing - Twitch Based, Skill Centered Gameplay - Own Ships, Buildings, Cities, Space Stations, and Even Planets - Sandbox Style Gameplay. You Decide How You Play, Not a Class System.

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ultimate Apr 17 2007 says:

thats rain on planets, not space, right? :/

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Betelgeuze Apr 18 2007 says:

Ofcourse, like I said a couple of times now this vid is only to show the effects; a techdemo!

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::idiot:: Apr 15 2007 says:

that is amazing. really is.

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CauldBorn Apr 16 2007 says:

I so love this game

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jacksonj04 Apr 16 2007 says:

So purdy... I want this one bad!

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TiB0 Apr 16 2007 says:

holy ****.

Doesn't that require a lot of cpu power?

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deffiance Apr 16 2007 says:

GPU? Well, I guess it's time to upgrade from the old 256 then! >.>

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Betelgeuze Apr 16 2007 says:

Quote from IA:
"The result is a bit similar to ATI's Toyshop demo, but is a lot more simple to code and has a very light CPU impact."

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Jyffeh Apr 16 2007 says:


So beautiful.

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myles Apr 23 2007 says:

To be honest i like the effect but it doesnt really give me the right feel because i expected to have particle effects outside as well showing rain actually falling, but a great effect

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Mavis130 Apr 3 2009 says:

that is what it looks like when god relives himself!

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