Greetings, Earthlings! The latest Sea of Stars update adds several new randomly occurring events, as well as other content and UI improvements. We’re particularly fond of the new fire arc display that makes combat look at least 93% more futuristic! (Fire arcs display weapon coverage and range.) Check out the complete change list at the Steam Community site here.
Hello, space cadets! Today’s Sea of Stars update brings you perhaps the most alien of all the alien races in the game so far – the Ravians. Their take on starships and weapon technology is certainly unique – I think you’ll be surprised and delighted! They are also featured in a major quest that can randomly occur. Other notable additions include the Hyperdrive, a device that provides an alternative way to travel between stars.
We have also released a brand new trailer video, showing off all the new additions to the game since the previous one. The variety of content that now exists in the game really makes a huge difference! Check it out below.
On Mac OS X front, we have some good news – Henry now has a version of the game running on the Mac! We’re planning to release it as soon as possible after the Windows version reaches 1.0.
We have a new update out for Sea of Stars, bringing in all kinds of goodies. There are improvements to the interface and overall gameplay polish, as well as new content. (Thunderbucket?!) Get the details HERE.
While we were hoping to have released a v1.0 by now, we have been making good progress recently. The current, just-released version of Sea of Stars (Early Access) now includes the first large “quest” event that randomly occurs and throws you into a desperate struggle to save your homeworld from an extra-galactic invader. (You may get to save some other folks’ homes along the way.) Also, with the amount of content now exceeding what can fit on the starmap in one game, the mix of alien races appearing in each session is randomized to help make the game different each time you play.
We’re also very happy to announce that Henry Kropf, who recently helped us re-release Weird Worlds on Mac OS X, is now working on Sea of Stars for the Mac! If all goes well, we’ll have it running by the time the PC version comes out, and released soon afterward if not at the same time.
When there’s a nip in the air, snowflakes on your nose and you hear the sound of Santa’s sleighbells, you know it’s either time to have your head examined or time for the Steam Holiday Sale! (Thankfully, it’s the latter.)
Please note that ALL Digital Eel games are alien-tested and approved for KIDS, TEENS, ADULTS and REPTILOIDS from Bellatrix IV. Feeling festive? Who the heck isn’t! Remember: Digital Eel games make perfectly silly and surprising virtual stocking stuffers. Happy Krimble!
The long awaited day has finally arrived. Digital Eel is pleased to announce that Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space is available once again for the Mac. This release brings the Mac version up to date with the PC version, and it runs on OS X 10.9 Mavericks or greater.
In celebration of this special event, Weird Worlds for Mac will be available on Steam at a 50% discount. Now everyone can return to Infinite Space, and we hope to see new explorers as well! Also, three Kawangi honks for Henry Kropf whose effort and TLC made this release possible. Thanks Henry!