While all the planets in the system have suddenly decided that the galaxy isn’t big enough for all of them. You’re not sure who launched the first missile and it doesn’t really matter! You’ve got nothing to do with it… you are just… the satellite repairman!
So as a Qualified Satellite Repairman, you must manage a complex system of satellites. Hence ensuring that your planet is able to maintain its defenses from incoming missile threats. Therefore repair, upgrade, research and launch new satellites and plug-able modules. While maintaining the vital GPS and Cell signals to keep communications alive throughout the planet, ensuring a quick and efficient defense to counter enemy attacks.
Satellite Repairman trailer:
How long can you last?
- Mission Scenarios (goal-oriented levels)
- Endless Survival (survive attack waves)
- Sandbox mode (create your own challenges)
- Research new technology
Use the Research Center to upgrade and research new technology, improving your skills, unlocking new satellites modules and defense systems.
- Plan and deploy
Order and deploy new satellites and buildings to lay out a perfect defensive strategy for your planet.
- 3 different planets
Play across 3 different planets, each with its own challenges.
Hence for some reason the phrase “charming” comes to mind. The gameplay and the trailer alone depicts a unique platformer style, complete with jet packs, the ability to fly into space and keeping those satellites maintained. Not to mention some puzzle strategy type qualities.
While this looks interesting, I’m keen to know how long games last? What is the end-game? And just how fast paced is the gameplay?
Since Satellite Repairman is now available on Steam and Itch. Getting into some gameplay is cost effective with 10% discount is available until February 9th for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Keeping mind, the game is only $3.59 USD at full price.