Focus Home Interactive and #PasstechGames are joining forces again to #release Space Run Galaxy on PC on June 17. Space Run Galaxy is the #sequel to 2014’s Space Run, the game from one-man studio Passtech, which attracted over hundreds of thousands of players thanks to its dynamic and original gameplay.
The Linux release:
“The game will be launch Windows only, and I hope we will be able to support Mac & Linux not too late after release.”
While the inaugural gameplay trailer showed you how to become a good Space Runner, today’s screenshots unleash more information regarding the hordes of enemies you’ll be facing during your runs. Delivering goods from one spaceport to another is not an easy job – while a fast delivery time is important, it is even more essential that the cargo arrives in good condition. Space is full of pirates, and they won’t hesitate to team up in order to destroy you. You should also be prepared to fly through asteroid fields, or even encounter strange, new alien species. You might find yourself bracing against space squids, or even fending off fuel-eating aliens that eat away at your turrets. Space Run Galaxy also introduces new bosses, such as gigantic space monsters or heavily-armed pirate ships.
It’s vital to load and properly position your laser canons, missile-launchers, shield generators and reactors in real time. Create the most efficient synergy between your modules to optimize your speed, your defense and your firepower simultaneously.
The persistent online universe lets you take on contracts from your fellow players, or hire them to ship goods for you – in exchange for a reward of your choice. The resources and components you acquire will allow you to craft and equip your ships with improved modules, to create the best ship you can before facing all the dangers from space.
Space Run Galaxy releases on Steam, June 17th for PC with a Linux port to follow.