Space Run is a «real-time spaceship construction strategy game». Space Run takes the well-known Tower Defense-style gameplay and twists it, challenging you to manage and protect a spaceship and its cargo against the hazards of deep space!
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Data de lançamento: 13/jun/2014

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"If you want a fun, engaging tower defense game with a good story, and above average voice acting, then yes, Space Run is worth your time and money."
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“Space Run shines from the depths of space, from the challenging gameplay to the deep strategy mechanics.”
8/10 – GameSpot

“A brilliant piece of design and a polished experience”
Rock Paper Shotgun

“Really good spin on tower defense! Really enjoyable, fun game with a lot of depth and a great deal of challenge.”
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Space Run is a «real-time spaceship construction strategy game». Space Run takes the well-known Tower Defense-style gameplay and twists it, challenging you to manage and protect a spaceship and its cargo against the hazards of deep space!

Space can be a dangerous place. You’re one of the most daring «Space Transporters», people who carry the dangerous task of transporting valuable shipments from one place to another across hazardous space. This supposedly simple task gets tricky once you add dense asteroid fields that regularly cross the space lanes, the armed-to-the-teeth pirate starfighters and spaceships all too willing to shred your ship for your cargo, as well as the other Space Transporters you are competing against!

Take on increasingly difficult missions as your reputation grows: bringing more expensive cargo to their destination will earn you credits to unlock new ship modules and upgrades that will help you survive the lethal threats of space: laser turrets, missile launchers, protection shields, thrusters, power generators... you name it! You’ll have to quickly adapt to every new situations if you wish to survive, building modules on your ship as you fly across space. The faster you fly and reach your destination, the better your reputation, allowing you to unlock more difficult delivery missions!
Space Run boasts high replay value: replay earlier missions with the new modules you unlocked in order to complete them faster and score higher... and show your friends you’re the fastest, most daring Space Transporter ever!

Main Features:
• Accessible and extremely dynamic gameplay that puts a new twist on the well-known Tower Defense genre

• Build your spaceship on the fly to adapt to every situation, protecting your valuable cargo and beating your competitor in deadly delivery races

• Earn credits to Unlock & Upgrade new ship modules, allowing you to better defend yourself, attack other cargo, and complete your missions faster to gain higher reputation

• High replay value: replay earlier missions with the modules you unlocked to best your friends’ and your own scores!!

Requisitos de sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: WINDOWS XP SP3/WINDOWS VISTA SP2/WINDOWS 7/WINDOWS 8
    • Processor: AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2.4 GHZ
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB 100% OPENGL 2.1 COMPATIBLE NVIDIA GEFORCE 8600/ATI RADEON HD 2600/INTEL HD 2000
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: FMOD COMPATIBLE
    • Additional Notes: INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED FOR THE GAME ACTIVATION
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.7.5 or later
    • Processor: INTEL CORE 2 DUO 2.4 GHZ
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB 100% OPENGL 2.1 COMPATIBLE INTEL HD 3000 OR HIGHER
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: FMOD COMPATIBLE
    • Additional Notes: INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED FOR THE GAME ACTIVATION
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.04/SteamOS
    • Processor: AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2.4 GHZ
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB 100% OPENGL 2.1 COMPATIBLE NVIDIA GEFORCE 8600/ATI RADEON HD 2600/INTEL HD 2000
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: FMOD COMPATIBLE
    • Additional Notes: INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED FOR THE GAME ACTIVATION
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7 de 7 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
19.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 3 de junho
É OK. Se você gosta de tower defence provavelmente irá gostar de Space Run, principalmente se você for bem paciente, pois o jogo tem alguns defeitos que deixam a experiência um tanto frustrante. A idéia é que o seu personagem é um dos melhores "caminhoneiros" espaciais, então, antes de cada missão você ganha uma nave diferente (formada por plataformas em forma de hexagônos) com uma quantidade de carga com formatos e características diferentes. As cargas você deve encaixar na nave antes de iniciar a viagem, enquanto que ao longo do caminho (uma linha reta até a linha de chegada) vai encaixando torres conforme a necessidade. Os objetivos: Entregar a carga com a menor quantidade de dano possível; Entregar a carga o mais rápido possível. Vale notar que o jogo têm três dificuldades, eu joguei no mais difícil, que aumenta a defesa dos inimigos e diminue o tempo para completar a missão. Os problemas surgem assim que você clica o botão de start e descobre que não há como pausar, nem acelerar ou desacelerar o jogo. Tudo complica um pouco mais pelo pouquíssimo tempo de preparo antes dos ataques, sem saber qual o próximo grupo de inimigos, nem de onde ou quando aparecerão. Normalmente a primeira tentativa será frustrada e servirá somente para aprender os tipos de inimigos, quantidade, direção e percurso que farão ao redor de sua nave, para aí sim tentar aperfeiçoar a posição das torres, o momento de ativar abilidades especiais e o tempo de chegada. Após cada entrega você ganha dinheiro baseado na pontuação, usado para comprar melhorias permanentes para os diferentes tipos de torres. Cada melhoria deixa o jogo bem empolgante, com propulsores tão potentes que podem ser usados para queimar os inimigos na retaguarda, ou canhões laser que atiram ondas de energia obliterando grupos inteiros de piratas. A frustração vem com o tempo perdido na primeira tentativa e com a dificuldade que fica insana em certo momento, te "forçando" a jogar um level anterior várias vezes para arrecadar dinheiro suficiente e poder comprar os upgrades necescessários, assim como requerindo perfeição na hora de posicionar suas defesas. Se você gosta de tower defence, é paciente e gosta de um desafio, mesmo que gerado artificialmente pela retenção de informação, falta de controles mais refinados e pouco espaço para experimentação, pode acabar se divertindo.
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153 de 192 pessoas (80%) acharam esta análise útil
3 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
24.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 16 de janeiro
I am a bit mixed about this game, but overall I would not recommend it.

At first, you would expect the game to be possibly Rouge-like or a Tower-defense game with no specific story in mind. After you've realized that this is not the case and you're given a specific ship template per storyline mission, you then think: "Well, even without the sandbox ability to create your own ship, the missions do get progressively harder and you do get cool upgrades as the game progresses." You then realize, that there are only 5 different types of missions and the upgrades become less relevant after completing all of the weapon upgrades.

Mid-way into the game, you start to get frustrated by how unforgiving and repetitive the missions are and it simply becomes a memorization game where you memorize where the waves come first and plan accordingly to achieve the much desired 5 star rating. You start to rely on hotkeys to fend of waves of new enemies that come in every 10 seconds and you have no time to pause the game (no pause button) or just look at your ship in great detail. Only at the end of the mission, do you have any time to realize the beauty of your ship, but by that time you're so frustrated that you just want to get to the next mission.

In the end, I had to view walk-through videos for the last 5 missions since I was simply tired of memorizing when each wave comes in and when to build what structures at what locations accordingly. The upgrades became worthless after the last 10 missions since your guns do not get stronger, but the enemy gets tougher and more numerous.

Overall, it was a cool looking game and a good concept. However, I don't think it was a good idea to leave out the sandbox ability of building your own ships and how tough the time limits are for the 5 star missions.
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46 de 56 pessoas (82%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
26.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 20 de fevereiro
Tower Defense on rails....in spaaaaaaace (sorry couldn't resist)

Space Run is a fun little game albeit one that could be aided with a $5 price drop.

Pros:
-Addictive tower defense gameplay, if you like the genre you will probably like this game.
-Different ship layouts as well as enemies keep you on your toes and force players to change strategy.
-Good visuals, the game doens't try to be a graphical powerhouse but lines are sharp, the colors are bright and the almost lego art direction has a happy and poppy feel to it which I enjoyed.
-Quick rounds make this the perfect game to play while just trying to kill 15 minutes.
-A fair amount of levels and a scoring system that adds replayability to each stage.
-Ship layouts pay homeage to classic starships of popular culture.
-Experienced no glitches or technical hiccups.

Cons:
-It's a shade overpriced for what it is. I have a lot of games and I enjoyed this one but I have also paid less for more on other titles. I'm not saying it's a bad deal or the price is a major issue I just think it should probably be a few bucks cheaper.
-Dialogue and story are basically non existent. Just a few text boxes and a shallow plot. Some of the jokes are funny in a cheesy way but I found myself skipping through a lot of it.
-Not enough big ships. The game gives you a smaller playingh field than most TD games which makes you have to change your towers often especially at later levels. This is fine but it would have been cool to have a few more late game ships of a bigger size I think.


All in all I do recommend Space Run and had a very fun time w/it. Tower defense on rails was an interesting concept and one that worked well for the developers. I hope the game ended up profitting as little games like these often get sequels and I wouldn't mind hauling cargo through the galaxy again IF it were on a larger scale next time.
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1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
5.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 23 de março
***This review was written using a Press key provided by the Developer for review purposes***

Space Run is a rather unique Tower Defense/Real-time strategy game where you place your towers on a ship travelling through space to fend off attackers from all directions. In Space Run assume the role of Buck Mann, a freelance Space runner who is now taking jobs for some of the biggest companies in the Universe dealing in anything from hazardous nuclear waste to VIP Space passengers.

+Nice graphics though aliasing looked a bit rough to me sometimes
+Well designed characters who all have interesting appearances
+Quite a lot of towers to unlock over the course of the game using points earned by completing missions, bonus points can be earnt by completing the missions within certain time limits which just requires putting more engines on your ship
+All towers have several upgrades which can be unlocked in the same way as the towers themselves can be unlocked
+Different ship layouts as well as a wide variety of enemies each with their own style of attack keeps you on your toes throughout the game
+This game relies heavily on your ability to effectively plan which is nice to see rather than it just being mindlessly placing towers all over the place, sadly some of the game's negative aspects really take away from this
+Despite not having much of a story the dialogue between characters is very good
+Excellent voice acting
+Some really funny lines
+Each mission is relatively short making a game or two a perfect time killer

+/-Figuring out where you should put your cargo on your ship can sometimes be very challenging especially when a number of different cargo towers have to be placed in close proximity to other towers, personally I found this to be rather irritating but some might see this as another interesting level of gameplay
+/-You start with a blank ship which has a different layout each time, I found this quite disappointing as I would have liked to have had one ship which I carried through the game upgrading it over the course of all the missions

-Weapon re-orientation (for the few weapons which can actually be re-oriented) is quite poor and the towers can only be placed at certain angles, combine this with vision cones which aren't very wide at all and placing and maintaining your weapons as well as making your ship combat effective quickly becomes very tedious
-No way to pause the gameplay without bringing up the menu so if you need to move things around on your ship during a battle you're probably going to take significant damage while doing so
-From what I have played so far unless you're a perfectionist who needs to get the best possible score on each mission this game hasn't got very much replayability but it does have around 20 hours worth of content so perhaps that isn't such a big issue
-Missions very quickly become very repetitive as they are all very similar apart from the order of enemies

Verdict:
7.5

An interesting twist on a classic genre with nice graphics and a lot of unlockables that has a couple of issues regarding gameplay but one I had fun with nonetheless.

El K.
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23 de 31 pessoas (74%) acharam esta análise útil
2.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 2 de fevereiro
The fact that you can't reorient the weapons more easily, even the guns that are specifically meant to be reorientable, makes the game feel more like whack-a-mole than some kind of strategy neo-tower defense kind of thing that it tries to be. I can't say I enjoyed my time here too terribly much.

That said, the production quality was pretty alright. If you _really_ like tower defense, you might enjoy this more than I did.
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