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Alone in space, light years away from your family, armed with only your Fistcannon™, Platform Drill and the meanest cup of coffee in the sector; you are Cargo Corps’ latest recruit, a Cargo Commander. Your responsibilities are simple: travel through the vast reaches of wormhole-filled space salvaging priceless cargo from alien infested...
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About the GameAlone in space, light years away from your family, armed with only your Fistcannon™, Platform Drill and the meanest cup of coffee in the sector; you are Cargo Corps’ latest recruit, a Cargo Commander.
Your responsibilities are simple: travel through the vast reaches of wormhole-filled space salvaging priceless cargo from alien infested containers. The work, however, is hard, honest, and hairy:punch and shoot deadly mutants in the face, while traveling between your ship and containers. Jockey for promotions with thousands of other Cargo Commanders in the galaxy, collect over 80 different cargo types, all the while earning your way back home.
- Randomly generated levels based around names. Choose any name to generate a new custom sector and share with your friends to compete for high score!
- Fully destructible environments; create your own path with your Platform drill and explosives
- Compete with other players for promotions; each sector has an online leaderboard
- 2 different play modes: Career and Journey
- Loot the dead corpses of other players' vain attempts at beating your score
- Upgradeable weapons and tools
PC System Requirements
- OS:Windows Vista/7
- Processor:2 GHz (or 4 GHz for CPUs like Celeron/Duron)
- Memory:2 GB RAM
- Graphics:DirectX 9.0c compatible; integrated or very low budget cards may not work
- Hard Drive:120 MB HD space
Mac System Requirements
- OS:Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later
- Memory:2 GB RAM
- Graphics:OpenGL 2.0 compatible graphics card, 256 MB video memory
- Hard Drive:120 MB HD space
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
115 products in account
43.5 hrs on record
I love this game, there is a subtle story and when I got to the end of the game I felt happy to have bought this game. also love the card system, always looked foward to finding a post card from another player or to leave one for others to find.
2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
360 products in account
26.1 hrs on record
One awesome indie game, it's one of those games where you always come back to play another round just to complete all of the items so you can return home or just to be the "king" of the sector(s), even with the goofy gameplay and artstyle it has some deep meaning with the letters that you recieve from your family or from others cargo commander.
1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
518 products in account
2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
779 products in account
0.9 hrs on record
Buy? Maybe. CC is clearly a roguelike, despite it's friendly appearance. You have limited time per wave to clear cargo and former, now mutated employees from containers that smash into your home base for loot. Rank is basically your score, and increasing it will unlock the upgrade bench among other rewards. Killing enemies for caps lets you purchase upgrades (though, I hate that I didn't see an option to have more time). This game is intentionally hard, but I'm also not fond of the extreme time limit, ability to die easily from explosions, time consuming drilling, and platforming that's irritating when jumping around different gravity fields, wasting your precious time. Level design is repetitive and forgettable. The game has charm, but limited background music. Except those problem, I think my issues with CC boils down mostly to taste and not to quality. Somebody that likes platformers, roguelikes, and physics games will probably enjoy this - though it appears I'm the only person who has actually played this out of the other 3 friends that currently have this.