Artemis is designed for anyone who watched Star Trek and dreamed of what it would be like to sit on the bridge of a star ship. Artemis simulates a spaceship bridge by networking several computers together. You cannot play Artemis single-player!
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Date de parution: 16 sept 2013

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Recommandé par les curateurs

"If you've ever wanted to pilot the Enterprise, try this co-op multiplayer game where each player takes the role of one of the officers on a starship."
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Articles

“Artemis isn’t an official Star Trek game, but it is the Star Trek game you’ve always dreamed of.”
PC Gamer

“Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator is ridiculously good fun.”
Wired

“It's aim is to better simulate a Star Trek type bridge environment by allowing up to six players to network six separate computers together, although the game does support an online network.”
Giant Bomb

Version 2.0

This is Version 2.0, with all-new UI artwork, new enemy AI, PVP mode, new alien and friendly ships, and much more.

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Version 2.1

This is Version 2.1, with many new friendly and alien space stations, and new game modes like Border War and Deep Strike.

À propos de ce jeu

Artemis is designed for anyone who watched Star Trek and dreamed of what it would be like to sit on the bridge of a star ship.

Artemis simulates a spaceship bridge by networking several computers together. You cannot play Artemis single-player! One computer runs the simulation and the "main screen", while the others serve as workstations for the normal jobs a bridge officer might do, like Helm, Communication, Engineering, and Weapon Control.

Artemis is a social game where several players are together in one room ("bridge") , and while they all work together, one player plays the Captain, a person who sits in the middle, doesn't have a workstation, and tells everyone what to do.

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 2.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 2.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
Évaluations intéressantes des utilisateurs
19 personne(s) sur 19 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
3.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 22 avril
Assign the role of Captain to the most careless person you can and let the shenanigans begin!

The graphics are just about on par with Classic Star Trek. But you won't mind because you'll be too busy firing torpedoes at space stations, arguing about how fast you're going, and reassigning power to different parts of the ship to see what happens!

Pros:
-Epic LAN fun
-Your crew is literally what makes the game work
-A fine way to find excuses to shout at your friends

Cons:
-Needs some more missions and gameplay rules to keep you engaged
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39 personne(s) sur 63 (62%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
19.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 18 février
Awesome idea, bad implementation.
After you understand your job and have a good team, you will never ever have a hard time. Every round will be super easy and practically the same. The maps are tiny and enemies and allies have practically no AI, if they want to go somewhere and there's a mine field in the way, they will go right through it and die. Also the game only consists of the kill-all game mode. You do have quests but most of the time after 5 minutes into the game all enemies will start clumping together at your Stations and attack them, which is when you have to engage. Once all enemies are dead the round will end and you have to start over. There is literally no other objective.
So for a few hours to learn stuff, this game is really great. After that however it becomes very boring. Needs much more content.
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7 personne(s) sur 7 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
0.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 26 avril
Awesome game. Need some very nerdy friends to play with, but if everything is set, it really gives the feeling of commanding a spaceship. You cannot belive the dificulty of giving orders to everything instead of just doing all the things by yourself or letting an AI to do it for you. Awesome. Must have.
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199 personne(s) sur 202 (99%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
11.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 6 janvier 2014
Some friends and myself picked this game up for a small lan party we were going to do over New Year's. We were all a bit ambivalent about IF this game would be fun. Disparaging comments were made about the graphics. We even argued about the merits of buying from Steam or directly from the game creator.

So some time in the morning of Jan 1, we booted up the game and muddled our way through getting a server up. We didn't bother with the manual (a few of us did while we tried to figure out how to get our main screen turn on) since things appeared fairly straighforward. We settled down to our command stations, and since I didn't scramble for a specific station I was pegged as the captain. We set the game on the lowest difficulty settings and said "It's only 6 bucks. Not too much of a loss."

We finished that map in 15 minutes. We were clamouring for more, so we made the sector a bit busier, and the enemies tougher. What followed was over an hour of organized yelling, hasty planning and tense staring at our screens as we fought to save the space stations, guide errant freighters away from black holes and deal with angry space life. We all had our moments: Weapons lofted a pair of nukes and blotted out an entire fighter strike. Engineering somehow kept us intact and powered even though we barely managed to keep him ahead of our flailing. Comms got a trio of enemy ships to surrender in quick succession. Our helmsman suckered an invincible alien life form through a minefield to its death. Sensors ID'd targets and made damn certian we knew everything around us and made each beam shot count.

So our opinion after 80 minutes of fast and furious play? We all agreed on one thing. AGAIN.

Who got which seat, on the other hand...
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162 personne(s) sur 165 (98%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 21 octobre 2014
Note: Please disregard the play time. I'm running the game without Steam, so it does not reflect my actual play time.

First of all, I would like to correct a common misunderstanding. You do not require 6 people to play. Each ship has 6 roles that can be filled with "up to 6 people". Having one person take care of one thing makes it really comfortable and this is the way, this game is meant to be played. But it is perfectly possible for 3 people to have the responsibility of 2 stations, and fly the ship with its full potential (in a single instance of game client). I have 4 friends that got comfortable with the game, and now we're running comparatively easier set games with 2 separate ships (3 and 2 people per ship). Sometimes I like playing the game solo, even though it's hard to do so and possible only under lower difficulty settings. I'd say having 5-6 people per ship is ideal, but with 3+ people the game is absolutely playable.

Second false information all over the place. You do not need a separate pc with its own copy of the game to be the server. Go in the Steam/Steamapps/Common/Artemis and run artemis.exe. First window should be set to server mode. Now run it again, and make the second window the client. I personally connect my huge TV to my laptop and become the server, use the TV for the server screen (which is also the outside view of the ship), and use my laptop screen for the client screen (which is the screen of whatever role I'm filling). Entering 'localhost' will connect to the server running on the same machine.

I realize that this is more like a troubleshoot, instead of being a review. But in the process of deciding to buy the game, I immediately recognized how awesome this game is. The questions I had was the ones I just described. You don't need this review to know that this game is awesome, it's already all over the place. What you need to know is that the most frightening part of the game (6 people minimum thing), is actually incorrect. Also; it is possible for up to 8 ships to play Co-Op or PvP modes. Talk about awesome.
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