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Back to News Listing Starshatter Releases New Demo

Posted: Wednesday, December 15, 2004 by Matrix Support

Type: Demo

A Totally New Way to Experience Starshatter, for Free! Matrix Games and Destroyer Studios (www.starshatter.com) announced today that Starshatter has released a new demo that will take prospective players deeper into their unique, immense, world. The demo is free and can be found via the Matrix Games Members Area.

Starshatter extends the game concepts of the classic space simulations by combining fighter and starship combat in a single game. You begin the game as either a fighter pilot or the commander of a small starship. As you progress through the game, you can earn promotions and awards until you are commanding a massive fleet carrier with three wings of fighters and a complete escort of warships.

The new demo includes the training campaign, Operation Live Fire, and the first five days of the first dynamic campaign, Operation Highland, along with a few single missions and a few multiplayer missions that can be enjoyed entirely for free.

The full version, which can be purchased from Matrix Game’s website, comes with four full dynamic campaigns and many multiplayer missions to battle online with.  The full version of Starshatter is fully mod-able, allowing for endless creativity by its many fans.

 

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