Space Shuttle Project
|a game by||Absolute|
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- Number of Levels: 6
- Theme: Simulation
- Difficulty: Moderate
- Number of Players: 1
- Available: December 1991
We have liftoff!
Experience all the thrills of a space shuttle mission without leaving the comforts of your living room! Absolute Entertainment has gone and programmed some of the actual U.S. Space Agency projects like rescuing a Soviet cosmonaut, recover and repair an SDI satellite and even building a U.S. Space Station.
Space Shuttle features 6 exciting missions, each with all the realism that Absolute is known for. Go through the preflight checks, get advice from real digitized voices from the mission control staff, and blast off on your mission. Best of all, as detailed as the missions are, you aren't required to memorize pages upon pages of documentation. All of the major controls are displayed on the shuttle guidance system window but like the real thing, it will take time to master the controls and to be able to maneuver the shuttle like a real astronaut.
Space Shuttle features a password option to let you start the game on the last mission you finished. Note the detail of the shuttle's cockpit. The layout mirrors the real thing and adds to the realism of the game.
Download Space Shuttle Project
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
- P-200, 32 MB RAM
Absolute's made space travel so simple you won't even have to leave the comfort of your own home. Pop in Space Shuttle Project and you're ready to blast your way through the stratosphere and into the depths of outer space. Once you attain orbit, you undertake the same delicate Space Shuttle operations that the astronauts do! There are six Shuttle missions, which include a variety of space-tasks, such as performing space-walks and building space stations, as well as emergency scenarios, such as the rescue of a Soviet Cosmonaut and the retrieval and repair of a Strategic Defense Initiative satellite. Blast off with Space Shuttle Project!