o.r.b was a real time strategy game release in 2001 by strategy first they did not finish it and did not do any follow ups. the community was quite large and hopefully some of the players will like this. some detail on the races below
The MALUS one of the two remaining humanoid races
very warlike and believe in re finding the aldar to bring about their greatness once again to this galaxy
divided into many tribes that constantly fight\
more peaceful up until recently when they discovered the malus after a satellite probe went down on the malus home planet.
the despise the use of aldar ships religious fanatics to the core the believe the aldar will return when the galaxy needs them most.
ancient race that created the malus and allysians the whole race gets wiped out by the elathian the never explain why in the game.
there ships look like the ones found in the last stand mod their ships are bio though
i have to reboot my cpu due to a Stackhash error if there is a fix for this that doesnt require a complete reboot will you comment on this news it would be helpful. i can not load any of my modeling programs at all so until i can fix this error this mod is in hold..... hopefully not indefinably.....please post a response if you have a fix for this..........
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