SpaceStationSim Launches Into Retail Orbit In North America
Company: Enlight
PARKVILLE, MD — (November 28, 2006) — Enlight, one of the world’s leading developers and publishers of entertainment software for the PC platform,
announced today that Vision Videogames’ SpaceStationSim has shipped to North American retail outlets. Available exclusively on the PC, SpaceStationSim is rated E 10+ and carries an MSRP of $19.99.

SpaceStationSim offers players the unique opportunity to build and operate their own version of the International Space Station (ISS). As the first game
ever developed in collaboration with NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, players assume the role of Chief Administrator of NASA and manage astronaut crewmembers as they live, work, and play aboard their uniquely created ISS. Gamers must successfully run their space station by guiding the astronauts through rigorous missions and numerous challenges such as fires and equipment malfunctions.

“SpaceStationSim provides everyone with the opportunity to become part of the space station program by allowing players to create their own unique ideas and innovations for space exploration,” said Paul Lombardi, chief executive officer of Enlight Interactive, USA. “Adults and kids alike will be able to bring the adventure of space home this holiday season.”

“We hope to create a sense of pride and ownership in NASA, and show gamers what an exciting challenge it is to construct and manage a living, breathing space ship and crew,” said Bill Mueller, game designer and president of Vision Videogames, LLC.

Dozens of modules and stylized components from NASA and its four exploration partners, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), European Space Agency (ESA), Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), and the Russian Space Agency (RSA), can be used to create a unique ISS. In addition to building the station, players must take care to attend to the astronauts’ needs and relationships, each having distinct personalities and abilities. Careful planning, management, design and strategy will lead players to a successful space station program, and guide mankind to the next era of space exploration and discovery.

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- Create your own version of the International Space Station (ISS)
- Choose dozens of different modules
- Manage your resources
- Simulate the lives of astronauts in space as you direct their every action
- Manage events, plan your scientific advances, and deal with emergencies
- Create your own astronaut with hundreds of variables
- Manage the local/international political relationships
- Try different configurations for the space station and your astronauts for unlimited replayability
- Enjoy family friendly, non-violent gameplay for the whole family

About Enlight
Enlight is one of the world’s leading developers and publishers of entertainment software for the PC platform. The company was founded in 1993 and is
widely recognized for its award-winning series of simulation and strategy games, including the Capitalism series, the Seven Kingdoms series and the Empire series of business simulation games.

The publishing arm of the Enlight group has released such successful products as the X2 and X3 space sim series, the Trackmania series, and the Baseball Mogul series. The company has offices in US, UK, Hong Kong and China. With its solid development and publishing operations, and a strong network of distribution partners all over the world, Enlight continues to expand its portfolio of game products. For more information, visit the company's Web site at

About Vision Videogames, LLC
Vision Videogames, LLC is a self-funded software developer with the mission to create positive, engaging video games that benefit the player in a tangible way. The company’s method of creating these Serious Games, uses real world scenarios to challenge a player’s problem solving skills and create a real life sense of excitement and fun. Vision has collaborated with NASA through a Space Act Agreement in developing SpaceStationSim. Vision has also contracted directly for NASA, supplying simulation systems for the upcoming Orion space vehicle.

Vision engineers have many years experience in software and media development for web based, PC based, and console based entertainment systems. The company has its office in Maryland. For more information, visit the company's Web site at
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