Star Fox: Event Horizon is a classic "Space Shooter Sim" inspired by the older Rail Shooters of the Star Fox series. It places a larger emphasis on All Range mode dog fighting and massive scale battles with hundreds of capital ships and thousands of fighters.

Star Fox: Event Horizon is being created with Freespace Open, and will be a standalone and completely free download when it is complete. Check out the website for for trailers and gameplay footage as well as the Character and Craft sections for information on playable characters and vehicles: Starfoxeh.weebly.com

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The Battle for Sauria

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Here's one more look at what I've worked on before I vanish for a few more months.

Yeah, that took a long time!

Yeah, that took a long time!

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A pretty big milestone for Event Horizon was just reached.

Star Fox, so what's going on with it?

Star Fox, so what's going on with it?

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Some news about what to do with Event Horizon and possible directions to take it.

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Star Fox: Event Horizon - Demo 7

Star Fox: Event Horizon - Demo 7

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The seventh demo of Star Fox: Event Horizon, adding the remaining environments into the game.

Star Fox: Event Horizon - Demo 6

Star Fox: Event Horizon - Demo 6

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The sixth demo of Star Fox: Event Horizon, adding a dozen new environments to the game.

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Guest
Guest

So is this game officially dead? Long time since any news on the development. Last I remember you pretty much shelved it for another project.

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The_Undying_Nephalim Creator
The_Undying_Nephalim

I still post things on the website now and again, but yeah it's safe to assume that Hyrule Conquest has soaked up most of my time.

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PushedChiefton
PushedChiefton

Pity this looked promising.

It's getting hard to take projects seriously anymore as ambitious as this anymore too often they just die off and all that waiting for nothing.

Oh well good luck with your future efforts.

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The_Undying_Nephalim Creator
The_Undying_Nephalim

Hyrule Conquest is going really well and is way more ambitious than this one. The main issue with Starfox is there seems to be almost no interest at all, the fanbase for the series is basically dead. Should I devote my time to a project with hundreds of followers, or all my time to a project with, being generous, maybe a dozen followers? Hyrule Conquest is the logical choice.

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tbrusky61
tbrusky61

The following definitely seems dead compared to the massive Zelda following... But please don't discount us. We're here, and we're excited about what you're doing. I mean, all we've wanted since Starfox 64 is an all-range style game exactly like what you're making. You're doing something awesome! Even if it takes several years, please don't give up on us.

Also, I don't think a lot of people have heard of this project. I only found out about it because someone referenced it in a random Reddit thread. If you're trying to get an idea of just how many people are interested, I'd recommend advertising it more.

All-in-all, I want to thank you for what you've done. Event Horizon is EVERYTHING the Starfox fandom has been desperately hoping for. Thank you for the hard work you've put into this.

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The_Undying_Nephalim Creator
The_Undying_Nephalim

No worries, even if there were no Star Fox fans left in the world I'd still want to make this game. I just use the relative size of fandom as a means of determining where the priority is, and Zelda wins in this case.

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Guest
Guest

I can only play the training. when I try to play anything else it said certain ship models weren't detected

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The_Undying_Nephalim Creator
The_Undying_Nephalim

Are you selecting levels from the Tech Room > Mission Simulator menu?

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Lord_Wolf_O_Donnell
Lord_Wolf_O_Donnell

I've installed the game, not sure how to play though. Help would be appreciated. I can't find the game or anything, only the installer

Sorry I forgot to log in. :)

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The_Undying_Nephalim Creator
The_Undying_Nephalim

Here's how to install and play the game:

Installation:
- Open "oalinst.exe" to install Open AL. This is required for sound to function.
- Open "installstarfoxeh_part1.exe" to install the first part of the game.
- Open "installstarfoxeh_part2.exe" to install the second part of the game.

Play the Game:
- If the icon does not appear on your desktop, you can launch the game from "launcher.exe" in the following location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Star Fox Event Horizon\data
- Upon starting up Event Horizon for the first time, you will be prompted with a menu. It will automatically search for your Event Horizon install if it does not detect it.
- In the "Audio/Joystick" tab, be sure to set your Preferred Playback Device to "Generic Software" in order for sound effects and music to play.
- Be sure to disable the options in the "Speech" tab if they are enabled, otherwise the engine will attempt to play horribly simulated voiceovers.
- It is highly recommended but not necessary to increase the screen resolution in "Video Tab."
- When you are ready, press Run.
- Click "Continue" at the main menu to begin the Training Level.
- All the Freeplay missions can be found in the "Tech Room > Mission Simulator" menu.

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