Spacebase DF-9 Crack/Patch

Spacebase DF-9 In Spacebase DF-9, players help humanity and alien allies recolonize the Milky Way following the collapse of galactic society. In an open-ended gameplay environment, players construct and maintain a self-sustaining deep space habitat, deal with environmental and alien threats, and watch and influence the lives of a diverse crew as they live, work, and attempt to stave off space madness.

Download Spacebase DF-9 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 51 / 100
User rating
3.2
Downloads 1018
Genre Simulation, General, Space, Combat
Company / Developer
Double Fine Productions / Double Fine Productions

Spacebase DF-9 reviews ( 7 )

Siphine, Oct 21, 2013

Great game for only being in Alpha. Genuinely fun. All these minor little details just make me shiver with excitement. For example the way you select an area and it just generates wherever you select, no predetermined spots. Or the airlocks lights that slowly go from red to green or green to red, signifying someone is entering or leaving the station and oxygen is being refilled/depleted according to what is happening. Even the suits are different! Really all it needs is a bit more content since it's a bare bones right now, not filled out. Oh and before I end, love the Spaceface and how they aren't all human.

Hostile_Jesus, Mar 10, 2017

this has to be one of the best games I've ever played ut the only issue is that development stopped. don't let this put you off I still have over 70 hours on this game

MusAddict, Oct 22, 2013

The game itself appears to be a delicious mixture of Sims and Starcraft, but without the relationships or muliplayer RTS elements. Essentially, you're in space, building a space station from the ground up so that you can survive (only have 8 minutes to get something up and running before your guys lose oxygen). Once the initial threat of losing oxygen passes, you can worry about productivity, and giving your guys a better state of living. Since the the game is in alpha as of writing this, the things you can build are entirely cosmetic, aside from a few things like the oxygen recycler, and the refinery, which both serve the purpose of life support and productivity. Aside from those two things though, the only other things there are to experience in the game is: • Finding derelict stations to salvage or commandeer • Finding derelict stations with enemies to kill • Leveling up your guys to do certain tasks better • An endless amount of passersby that try to add themselves to your team, when you may not want any more population (note: this continues even after everyone dies, so there literally is no way to lose yet) The only problem is that as of Alpha 1b (10/22/2013) there is no goal to pursue, no conflict to encounter (except for the occasional raider or alien in a derelict space station), it's just a cosmetic space station builder. That in it of itself is actually pretty fun, which is why I gave it a 7, but until I see some more content for the $25 I paid for it's going to have to stay there. I look forward to updating this review with a better score once the game hits beta.

Beldarak, Dec 22, 2014

Nice technical demo ! Oh... wait... Don't buy this scam, and avoid Double Fine's early-access at all cost, it's a shady studio who can't handle money and PR.

Rhev, Mar 28, 2015

DO NOT BUY THIS UNFINISHED GAME - Well, I can say that I will never ever buy a single double fine game again ever. This is the biggest INTENTIONAL slap in the face to a fanbase that I've ever seen a video game company do. Move over EA you've got competition for biggest scumbag video game company now. As someone who bought into the 'early access' scam they were doing for this game, I can't even begin to tell you how far off the 1.0 'release' is from what we were promised a year ago. To simply say that they're not going to follow through on their development promises because it's not cost effective? That's sickening. They had a lot of people give them money based on their development plan. Are those people getting refunds since they aren't getting the promised product or anything even remotely close to it? As to reviewing the actual game, it's got the great bones for a game. However with a glaring lack of features, outstanding and ridiculous bugs, and absolutely no cohesive game play, it's clear from minutes in, that this game is exactly what it is...an ALPHA build for an unfinished game. DO NOT BUY.

bound4earth, Jan 25, 2015

The game is the pure definition of Vaporware. They released the original alpha and 5 updates to the alpha and pushed it into release. The feature set is laughable for even a $20 game. Prison Architect easily has hundreds of hours more content and it is still growing and being developed actively. Double Fine stopped after 6 months and continued to milk funds while not releasing updates. A game like this should have hundreds of items and 20-30 room types. The game has 10 or so room types less then 50 items that matter and do anything useful. The AI is still broken and people die because they like to suffocate and do not run away from pirates. Ships are not ships and instead random rooms that show up on screen randomly and you have to explore and empty pirates and hostiles and then dismantle everything before you can build. I won't waste too much time writing a clear, concise, or organized list because the game is atrocious and tarnishes Double Fine. Do not buy any early access for their games unless you are guaranteed to get the money back ala kickstarter. I will be ignoring them completely as they are dead to me. These events and the poor handling of announcements, brings into question whether Broken Age will be finished as it shows how poorly they plan out development. The game started development in March 2012 and finally release act 1 on January 14, 2014. Act 2 is not even scheduled for release until Q2 2015. Two years to release I can forgive, a year and a half or more between acts I cannot. They have either been pushing resources off one game to another, or they have the slowest developers in the industry. They obviously have no clue how episodic content is supposed to go. Stick with Tell Tale Games and ignore Double Fine Studios for episodic content. I could give them one slightly mishandled project. But now that Broken Age is so far behind and the disgusting mess that is Spacebase DF9, they really show how lacking they are in leadership. Double Fine needs to get out of the money handling business because they obviously need a publisher to keep them on track and continue developing games. They have turned into Id Software, well, at least Id Software waited til the product was actually complete. Anything short of full refunds means Double Fine lost all goodwill. TL;DR: Look into Prison Architect and ignore Double Fine giving us the finger with this game.

Atepa, Oct 15, 2014

Don't waste your time on this game. The developers have decided to abandon the game and ram in as much 'finished' content then can going from 0.6 to 1.0 in a month. It had a lot of potential and was very reminiscent of the fun dwarf fortress and the systems interaction of Prison Architect. However, it is not a finished gamed. BUYERS BEWARE!