The Tomorrow War is a space sim based on the trilogy of novels written by a famous Russian author, Alexander Zorich. These books are dedicated to the intergalactic war of two mighty empires. Along with the graduates of the military-space academy players will witness different stages of the conflict between United Earth Empire and...
User reviews: Mixed (40 reviews) - 47% of the 40 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 4, 2009

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The Tomorrow War is a space sim based on the trilogy of novels written by a famous Russian author, Alexander Zorich. These books are dedicated to the intergalactic war of two mighty empires. Along with the graduates of the military-space academy players will witness different stages of the conflict between United Earth Empire and Konkordia.
Gamers will participate in local operations and in huge space battles, meet alien races and fight against unofficial military organizations and of course take part in the final battle.

The 27th Century. There is peace on Earth. Mankind has discovered ways to travel outside of the solar system and planets thousands of light-years away have been colonized. The United Earth Empire is at a cross-roads as an old enemy decides the galaxy has room for only one Empire.

300 years ago one of the human colonies turned to Zoroastrianism, an ancient human religion. They formed a new nation called Konkordia and then increased the population through cloning their people. Konkordia has already conquered more than 30 planets and has become a powerful star nation. While The United Earth Empire has signed peace with Konkordia there was always tension in the relations between the two states.

Key features:

  • owerful game engine capable of modeling whole planetary systems. The engine allows continuous flights from space into the atmosphere of a planet and landing on any part of the planet
  • Adjustable settings - from a hardcore space sim to a near arcade game
  • Dozens of NPCs and locations
  • Different types of spacecrafts - from fighters to ferry ships

    System Requirements

      Minimum:
      • OS: Windows XP/7/8
      • Processor: 2.4 GHz or higher
      • Memory: 512 MB RAM
      • Graphics: ATi 9600/nVidia 5600 128 MB or higher
      • DirectX: Version 9.0c
      • Storage: 8 GB available space
      • Sound Card: DirectXcompatible
      Recommended:
      • OS: Windows XP/7/8
      • Processor: 3 GHz or higher
      • Memory: 1 GB RAM
      • Graphics: Ati X800/nVidia 6800256 MB or higher
      • DirectX: Version 9.0c
      • Storage: 8 GB available space
      • Sound Card: DirectXcompatible
    Helpful customer reviews
    10 of 14 people (71%) found this review helpful
    5.3 hrs on record
    Posted: November 21, 2015
    This space sim comes with a fairly sharp learning curve. Blink and miss instructions and objectives. Hideous voice and script. Dated graphics. If there are any good points, the bad unfortunately blinded me to them.
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    106 of 129 people (82%) found this review helpful
    4.2 hrs on record
    Posted: April 26, 2014
    All the reviews of this game are bad, So I felt the need to correct this. Now, the negative reviews have valid points, this is fact. But I have found this game fast paced, and fun, if a little confusing at times. the objectives sometimes come in text at the top of the screen, and you may miss it if you aren't super attentive. The game play is fast, and heavy on action. Over all, 6.5/10 - 7/10.
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    50 of 53 people (94%) found this review helpful
    3 people found this review funny
    1.3 hrs on record
    Posted: January 30, 2015
    Get past the graphics people! Very few space sims actually allow you to seamlessly fly from planets to space. See those rings of saturn? Those aren't pixels, those are individual rocks!!

    As for the control system being clunky, this could be easily fixed by setting the physics to arcade mode. Simulation mode, which is the default, is really hard to control without some sort of degree in physics.

    If you're a space sim fan, I highly guarantee it but if you're looking for a quick and clean space shooter then this might not be your cup of team.
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    9 of 11 people (82%) found this review helpful
    3.7 hrs on record
    Posted: April 22, 2015
    Certainly a little rough round the edges, and ignore the voiceovers, but thoroughly recommended if you like space shooters like Wing Commander.

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    27 of 54 people (50%) found this review helpful
    4 people found this review funny
    2.1 hrs on record
    Posted: October 7, 2014
    An ok space shooter. A bit on the clunky side.

    Should really be named "The Yesterday War", with its dated graphics...

    (Note: Acquired via a bundle)
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