1993 Space Machine released today to PC and Mac via Steam. The game was actually made in 1993 but never released. Now, with a new game engine, the game is finally seeing release – some 23 years later.
“This is a very exciting day in my life. Finally, the game that was developed in my childhood room back in 1993 is ready, even though it took 23 years to finish it. When this is released I might just have to look for other unfinished projects – like cleaning the basement.
1993 is 23 years old, even though it’s brand new. It was developed in 1993 and was almost ready for release when it was abandoned due to difficulties within the team. With all graphics, gameplay, music, and sound effects already made, it was a big waste of time and teenage dreams not to be released. As the Amiga apparently isn’t that popular anymore, 1993 needed a new game engine to run on more popular systems. That is also the one and only change from the original game, that the cover and the title.” – Krister Karlsson, Game Designer.
For more information about 1993 Space Machine you can check out its official website here. For those interested in picking up this exciting blast form the past, you can check out the game’s Steam page here. The game retails for $12.99. For other exciting news and more interesting articles be sure to check out the rest of The Nerd Stash.
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