Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space is a hybrid roguelike game of space exploration, adventure and starship combat.
Gebruikersrecensies: Verdeeld (368 recensies) - 59% van de 368 gebruikersrecensies voor deze game is positief.
Releasedatum: 19 mrt 2013

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"A roguelike space exploration game with real time combat, turn based movement and endless replay value. Like Master of Orion with roguelike elements."
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"Het is een game die, na het spelen, een verlangen prikkelt naar een andere volgende game."
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"Een perfect cadeau voor iedereen die van de ruimte en science fiction houdt, zelfs als ze geen hardcore gamer zijn."
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"Volgens mij ontbreekt geen enkel aspect van deze titel."
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Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space is a hybrid roguelike game of space exploration, adventure and starship combat set within a peculiar as-yet-unvisited region of the galaxy known as the Purple Void. Each time you play the game, a new and different "instant space opera" is generated at random; from locations of stars and nebulae to plot-twisting quest events, nothing stays the same.

But unlike other games of its kind that go on for dozens of hours, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space plays to its conclusion in less than thirty minutes - it's the perfect lunch break game! Features also include a fully animated star map, a unique turn-based movement system, real-time starship battles, award-winning music and sound, and a robust battle simulator. Weird Worlds also has built-in support for community-created mods that can change anything and everything in the game!


Mac OS X
    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:Pentium II 600MHz
    • Memory:128 MB RAM
    • Graphics:Intel GMA 950
    • DirectX®:8.0
    • Hard Drive:45 MB HD space
    • Sound:16-bit stereo sound
    • OS:Windows XP, Vista, Win7
    • Processor:Intel Core2 duo or better
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:NVidia GeForce 8 series or better
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:60 MB HD space
    • Sound:16-bit stereo sound
    • OS:Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
    • Memory:256 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive:45 MB HD space
    • Sound:16-bit stereo sound
    • OS:Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
    • Memory:1024 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive:60 MB HD space
    • Sound:16-bit stereo sound
Nuttige klantrecensies
6 van de 7 mensen (86%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
16.0 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 17 juni
This is a fast and very entertaining game where you control a spaceship to explore the universe (size can be selected small/medium/large), you need to get upgrades for your ship and try to get aliens, beware the Nebula if you don't have a good drive because it makes you go much slower.
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5 van de 6 mensen (83%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
1 persoon vond deze recensie grappig
2.7 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 11 september
This is the best lunch break game that i know of.

What's a lunch break game? it's a game that you can play finish and enjoy in the 1 hour lunch break even including your lunch time. You can compare and compete your friends for scores if they have the same game as you do.

Since lunch break is less then 1 hour and this game don't go more then 1 hour no matter what you do..

IT's a 4X space explorer that give you one ship and let you explore the galaxy..
It does have a plot and several special ending/event that you can win for massive scoring.
Sound, music, Graphics are or soo soo with no major flaws. But what do you expect for just some quick 1 hour fun?

there are many different kinda of alien race you can meet. there many random event.. there are many ship upgrads...
Luck is basicly everything for this game...
Just fun explore ... find.. event.. more explore.. trade.. fight ... win.. explore.. event.. fight.. lost...

It's not meant to be long . it's meant to keep you entertained 1 hour at the time.

If you lucky you will find the story object and try to go for it.. (all the story event involve really hard fights).
If not you play and times up and your captain retire...

7.5/10.. recommend for people that take lunch breaks.. (work and school doesn't matter).
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66 van de 78 mensen (85%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
11.2 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 9 oktober 2014
I have heard this game (favouribly) being compared broadly as a kind of 'space solitaire' game. But it doesn't look or even at first blush play like solitaire, so I want to explain why the analogy works for me:

In solitaire, you have the same 52 cards, arranged in such a way that their order is different, so sometimes you might get snuffed out early by an unlucky deal, and sometimes you might fly through for victory - you don't really mind which, because games don't take long so the stakes never feel so high that you'll never play it again.

Weird Worlds shares some of this in common. The star system is filled with mostly the same items and hazards, but the order you encounter them switches out, so in one play through you might have exactly the item you need to best deal with an encounter, and another time you might not.

This means that a lot of it is luck based, but half the fun is replaying the game and seeing where luck will take your exploration of the galaxy this time.

That's not to say it's all luck - fitting out your ships with the best gear takes a bit of decision making, and it's possible to learn the function of special objects to understand whether they're worthless and tradable, or could come in handy. Plus the real time combat segments are basic, but reward people who avoid combat before becoming sufficiently tooled up.

Occasionally, too, the game likes to switch things up by layering a 'meta' plot, usually difficult to resolve, above the usual exploration. Some sort of crisis which the player must solve in order to score a 'win.' These are rare, but always welcome.

Like Solitaire, this is an ideal game to kill a short space of time with, but better than solitaire, it rewards repeat play with just a modicum of depth to be discovered beneath the surface.
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29 van de 32 mensen (91%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
11.6 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 25 november 2013
A perfect 'time waster' game if you need to play something for a few minutes. It's essentially a rogue-like with some strategic elements where you find artifacts/lifeforms to take back home (for money), weapons/shields/etc to outfit your ship (and any allies you may acquire) with, and battle with hostile races. Will you return home in time to reap the rewards and retire, or will you end up as space dust in a battle gone horribly wrong?
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64 van de 97 mensen (66%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
2.7 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 21 oktober 2014
As much as I want to like this game I can't. I enjoy the space opera, exploring, seeing new things but htis game just doesn't scratch that itch. Here's a brief breakdown.

1) it's a short and sweet game. Want to blow a little time? Here you go
2) Easy to pick up, easy to 'master'
3) There's fun to be had! Explore space, meet new things, see how you do.

1) It's -short-, as in after less than 3 hours I'm seeing nothing but repeats of things I've seen 3-4 times already
2) Combat is rather dull and straightforward, rarely get any chance to try any tactics
3) perhaps too easy to pick up and to master, I don't feel like there's anything below the surface I scratched 3 hrs in
4) Far too much of your score and your game seems entirely dependant on the RNG at universe creation

All in all I wouldn't reccomend it. I'd been watching it for a while and it looked up my alley but despite getting it with another bundle (so there's no buyer's regret, I bought the bundle for a different game) I'm still rather disappointed with how this turned out. I hope the creators go on to make a more interesting, expansive 'infinite space' type game.
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