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The Kerbal Space Program is an indie sandbox game from Squad. The game drops players into a spaceport, gives them a box of high-tech Legos, and ask them to build a rocket to the stars. Failing is almost as fun as succeeding.
Squad just announced that Kerbal Space Program will soon receive the first of several updates which focus on the game’s Career Mode. Players will be able to hire their own astronauts, built rockets under a budget, and take on contracts to earn money. Here are a few other details you can expect from the update:
Check out the screens below, and if you're interested in checking out Kerbal Space Program, you can download the game via Steam’s Early Access Program or on the Kerbal Space Program website.
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After watching Scott Manley on YouTube play this, I would feel like the dumbest person in the world putting a multimillion dollar rocket together.
i played for 15 hours and never made it to orbit :/ i stopped playing it haha
This game is amazing, It takes a while to learn how to do things but after you get the hang of it, you just can't stop playing
Really wish I had picked this up during the sale, but no moneyz!! :(
I can't wait for this update!
Well I picked this game up. Yet I am waiting for it to become more. Just picked it up cheap as it was on sale. Now tried to play it and really the learning curve is too much for me to handle with so much other distractions. Can't really sit down and just play it. Plus wish there was a bit of a multi-player. Heh...that would be fun....some times.
It really is a great "game".
It really has a ton of potential, and is still fun even in beta.
MORE ROCKETS, MORE SPACE!
sweeeet! I've had this game for like a year but haven't played it much. Its really good though.
So exited, glad to get updates
This game is great but it is hard. Patience and remember youtube is your friend.
Awesome! KSP has been absorbing a lot of my time recently, so this is really good.
Fun but got boring and complicating too fast for me.