Games Like Edgeworld / Games SImilar To Edgeworld

Our list of the best games like Edgeworld contains the best titles for iOs, Android and other devices, with all titels having similar video game design to Edgeworld. Most of these games were made by iPhone game developers who specialise in the genre.

The Best Games Like Edgeworld

 

SpaceRun

In Space Run you play as an intergalactic delivery boy who must take cargo from one place to the next. The gameplay features many elements based on tower defence games, while adding pirates, asteroids and other dangers. Through this all together and add a dash of humour and you’ve got a unique premise for a game.

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Elite

Elite is a space trading video game from video game developer Acornsoft, originally released in 1984. The purpose of Elite is to become the “Elite” by increasing your combat rating.

Elite was one of the first games ever to use wire-frame 3D graphics with hidden line removal. The game also separated itself from the competition by inclusion of a Robert Holdstock novella which aimed to inspire players to improve their moral and ethical codes. At the time, Elite was a highly progressive game with 3D graphics and an advanced game engine.

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Freelancer

Freelancer is a classic space simulation game from 2003 that became a real classic in the genre through unique gameplay that included many features never before seen. The game is a sequel to Starlancer but because it is significantly better, most gamers remember Freelancer more than its predecessor.

Gameplay in Freelancer includes combat in space and trading. There is a great deal of depth to the gameplay which rewards practice and offers a genuine challenge. You pilot your own spacecraft and adventure through various star systems.

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X3

X3 is a space trading and combat simulation game from independent video game developer Egosoft in Germay.

The game is single player and take place in the first person. It is a sci fi style space simulation game in which you explore an ever changing universe.

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Metroid

Metroid is a classic and highly popular series of Nintendo games in which you play as Samus Aran as she journey’s through space. There have been tons of different games in the Metroid series, with many of them being critically acclaimed. The original Metroid games began as a cross between Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda, merging the platform and puzzle genres. These were heavily improved upon when Metroid Prime was released for Gamecube.

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Wild Star

Wildstar is a science fiction and fantasy themed massively multiplayer online role playing game that is set on Nexus, a fictional planet in which Eldan, a powerful and mysterious race, have mysteriously disappeared, leaving behind advanced technology.

There are two modes of playing WildStar: via monthyl subscription and by buying an in-game item that works as a pass for 30 days.

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Starbound

tarbound is a new game released through Steam. Even before its release Starbound had tons of followers, and then it went and made its way into the top ten played games no Steam. “What made it so popular?” I hear you ask. Well I’ll tell ya what. . .

The deal with Starbound is that it’s Terraria.

True story.

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Out There

Out There is a brutal take on space, with things going completely wrong and completely out of control. You’re going to die. This is a sci fi space simulation game all about survival. You find yourself in the mid 22nd century. Earth is going up the crapper, running out of resources (hey, guys, it was bound to happen). But we’ve developed a faster than light mode of travel (which probably means we can now make the kessel run is less than twelve parsecs).

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Kerbal Space Program

Kerbal Space Program is a free to play game in which you can build and test rockets, space planes, exploration vehicles and other space related vehicles. There are no specific missions or challenge in Kerbal Space Program, instead you can determine your own goals, such as reaching space, completing orbit, landing and so on.

There are two main modes in Kerbal Space Program: Sandbox mode and Career mode.

In career mode you begin with only a few parts and must unlock additional parts by using science to move along a technology tree. In order to generate science you will need to perform experiments or by collecting surface samples. You must then beam science back or recover it from vessels that have landed back on Kerbin. As you collect Science you’ll be able to unlock new parts, which with which you can purchase upgrades of new equipment, allowing you to progress in your research and explorations.

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OGame

Browser based massively multiplayer online game that currently has over two million active users. Set in space, OGame offers a deep experience with financial management gameplay.

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