Gratuitous Space Battles

PC, MAC / Strategy / Release: Nov 17, 2009 / ESRB: NR-EC

Humble Indie Bundle 6 adds four more games

By Steve Watts, Sep 25, 2012 11:30am PDT

The Humble Indie Bundle 6 added four more games to its line-up today: Bit.Trip Runner, Gratuitous Space Battles, Jamestown, and Wizorb.

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Gratuitious Space Battles Single-Player Campaign DLC Pre-order Beta Begins

By Alice O'Connor, Nov 09, 2010 6:20am PST

If you wish the indie space fleet combat sim Gratuitous Space Battles had a little more structure, point your peepers at the new $6.99 downloadable...

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"Looks good.. HOWEVER.. Anyone else remember Wing Commander: Armada? I miss fighting in my own ..."

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Gratuitous Space Battles Expansion Released

By Alice O'Connor, Dec 03, 2009 7:10am PST

Positech has released some non-gratuitous extra Gratuitous Space Battles in a mini expansion pack titled 'The Tribe' for the PC space fleet warfare...

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"Now make Master of Orion 4 with this engine for space battles. DO IT! "

- InfectedStool see all 22 comments

Gratuitous Space Battles Demo Released

By Alice O'Connor, Nov 04, 2009 7:20am PST

Now available on FileShack is a 46MB demo for Gratuitous Space Battles, Positech's space fleet warfare simulator designed to thrill your inner...

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"Wow... this game is extremely addicting. I have been playing the last four hours non-stop. It's ..."

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Gratuitous Space Battles Beta Opens to Pre-orders

By Chris Faylor, Aug 31, 2009 6:30pm PDT

One-man outfit Positech has opened pre-orders for Gratuitous Space Battles (PC), offering immediate beta access to those that pay $19.99 for the...

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"Bought, downloaded, installed, ran, no problems at all. The game is very, very fiddly. It's ..."

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Who Likes Gratuitous Space Battles?

By Nick Breckon, May 07, 2009 1:44pm PDT

Positech Games, a one-man operation run by Cliff 'cliffski' Harris, is surely outdoing itself (himself?) with its latest project, Gratuitous Space...

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"Someone should remind the developer that in space your units can move in THREE dimensions, not ..."

- isochronous see all 31 comments