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Crater Maker Now Available On Desura In Alpha

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Crater Maker is an interesting looking space pilot simulation game in a procedurally built galaxy. They say it is easy to learn, but hard to master.

The fact that it has multiplayer makes it quite interesting, since you could have races with friends and set challenges for each-other.

Procedurally generated, seed based solar systems. No two rounds are the same, unless you want them to be!
Physics based, skill-dependent gameplay focusing on successfully guiding your lander to safety
Having multiple planets in a level means different gravity scales. Fly with caution!
Scenario Mode – Take on the role of delivery pilot for Lightspeed Services in our story scenario, or try out a player created campaign.
Challenge Mode – Pilot your lander through solar systems with increasing difficulty factors
Xbox Controller supported
Cross-Platform Support!

It is currently in the early stages so bugs are to be expected.

They also need votes to get onto Steam, so help them out on greenlight.

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