Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space Crack/Patch

Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space is a grand space opera that will take you from a down and out starship captain to an amazing intergalactic hero whose renown travels light speed ahead of you! Set in a randomly generated universe of endless possibilities, this single-player experience will let you explore new worlds, meet exotic aliens, discover black holes, witness the deaths of stars, encounter drifting space hulks that promise untold riches or untimely death, and much, much more! And all this happens in under thirty minutes or less! Although quick to play, Weird Worlds boasts a deep, feature-rich system that ensures each session is as fresh as the first play. Players start off with their choice of one of three ships to explore the universe with, each ship completely customizable through the acquisition of new components, either via trade or encounters. The majority of the game takes place turn-based style on the gorgeously rendered star map (always newly generated each game), and uses a simple one-click system that even your grandmother can quickly master. When your starship encounters hostile aliens the action moves to real-time, and while players have dozens of weapons and tactics at their disposal, the combat system manages to provide this great depth while still maintaining the highly intuitive system of play found elsewhere in the game. [Shrapnel Games]

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 81 / 100
User rating
7.1
Downloads 782
Genre Adventure, 3D, First-Person, Sci-Fi
Company / Developer
Shrapnel Games / Digital Eel

Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space reviews ( 6 )

JamesM., Dec 17, 2005

This game is one of the best I've come across in a very long time. Quick and easy to get into, but it never ceases to be interesting and challenging. Although turn-based, it has live-action combat to keep the most interesting aspects as exciting as they can be.

BasilZero, May 29, 2017

Game: Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space Genre: Strategy Publisher/Developer: Digital Eel System: Steam (PC) Total Score: 58/100 Value Score: 5.8/10 • Story: 4/10 • Characters: 4/10 • GamePlay: 6/10 • Graphics: 6/10 • Sound: 6/10 • Music: 5/10 • Length: 2/10 • Replay Value: 9/10 • Player Value: 6/10 Pros +Choose what type of ship, what type of nebula size and how long should a journey be (this is pretty much the difficulty) +The nebula/journey is different each time you start a new game Cons -Very short -Lack of a story even when it tries to convey a story -High difficulty in regards to space combat, you will be mostly escaping battles moreso than fighting -Too much going on with the UI, and way too much text for a game such as this -Cannot play in full screen, the mouse glitches out and the FPS goes down to single digits (Play Windowed mode to fix this, resolution does not matter)

carlosgtardon, Jun 10, 2014

Simple pero entretenido juego que recuerda a los videojuegos de los microordenadores de finales de los 80 y principios de los 90. Da más morriña y interés, pero para una generación es toda una experiencia de rememoración.

azgoodaz, Jun 6, 2015

Where to start? Weird Worlds is a game is all about strategy and going to planets to get upgrades for your ship. But within the whole aspect of going to planets, you will often go to planets where aliens are and you can either kill them or avoid contact from them. If you do try and kill them, the ships they have are pretty much overpowered and are unkillable because they have all the upgrades for the ship. To honest, I only played this game for about 10 - 20 minutes and it was alright. Its a time killer game if you are bored, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

biert, Jan 8, 2014

I don't understand the high ratings on this game. The game has not much to offer. The things it does offer have already been done better in the past. Only played the game for a couple of minutes as the game doesn't offer a whole lot. You fly around in a galaxy to other planets or stars to find equipment to upgrade your craft. There is no expansion on planets, no R&D for better equipment. The game doesn't have a lot of eye candy either. It isn't pretty to look at which further motivates you from stop playing the game.

BleedingKnee, Mar 24, 2013

What is the point of this game? Getting random treasure while randomly exploring the galaxy? Other reviewers mentioned a story I did not see one. Combat is a random affair. This game is less fun than tossing a coin and calling out heads/tails.