Lunar Flight Mars update now available, on sale for 75% off

Mars

By on August 28, 2012 at 10:00 am

Here at games.on.net there’s nothing more we like than supporting Australian PC developers, especially when they’re members of our very own community. If you’ve been thinking of picking up Sean “sh0v0r” Edwards’ space flight-sim Lunar Flight, there’s no better time to do it than right now — it’s on sale on Steam today for a paltry $2.50.

The game also comes with the recently-announced Mars update, for free — so you can land on Mars and the moon all in the same game! Good stuff.

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I’ve been looking forward to this. First thing I see on your home page, then I glanced at Steam’s tray icon and yep, it’s updating Lunar Flight :D

 

Ok, so Mars Flight is hard. I’ve only got level 2 upgrades, but it seems to me that with the increase in gravity you really need level 3 thrust and fuel efficiency to succeed in the tougher missions.

 

looks nice might have to grab it when i get home , tho might be too hard ;)

will stick with kerbals for now hehe

 

ball0fire:
looks nicemight have to grab it when i get home , tho might be too hard ;)

I’m not a huge fan of hard games, but Lunar Flight strikes a nice balance with me. I generally choose the hardest missions with the best rewards, then crash and burn. What I really should do is stick with the easier ones.

With that in mind, it still took me about an hour with the flight school tutorial videos to figure out how to not die whenever I take off. Now, I always align the module with my destination before launch, so as not to have to worry about changing direction while in flight.

And once you can land the thing it ends up being a wonderfully relaxing game :)

 
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