So you're sitting there at home when your boss calls. Apparently the big meeting with Initech has been moved up to tomorrow and he wants to know if you can hurry up and finish your three hour Powerpoint presentation by 8 am. Unfortunately that presentation is on your computer at work, and you're home. So what do you do? Why, you tell your boss to sod off and continue to play the amazing demo for Digital Eel's Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space!
Digital Eel and Shrapnel Games are proud to present the official demo for Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space (now shipping for Windows). You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll proclaim it's the best damn space game you can play in fifteen minutes. Why, it's not just a demo, it's a way of life.
The demo weighs in at 17 MB, so even if you're stuck on the International Space Station you have no reason not to download it. Best of all the demo is essentially Weird Worlds: The Mini-Game. Digital Eel simply didn't yank a bunch of features out and then slap a timer on the whole thing, rather they lovingly handcrafted a digital delight to showcase the wonders of the Weird Worlds universe.
In the demo gamers will enjoy commanding a pirate corvette in a full ten-year pirate mission, on a small star playing field. While the demo doesn't include everything in the retail game, there is still a dark matter reactor's worth of goodies. You'll be able to encounter strange new races (and crush them in combat), enjoy special events, and generally have a great time.
And while you could probably vigorously play the demo repeatedly until your hand cramps and you start to go blind, we know that at some point you'll yearn for more than just being the Galactic Blackbeard of a small galaxy. You'll want to see more stars, more missions, more eventsâ€¦more, more, more! Aww, yeah.
The full retail version of Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space is your answer. Adding five more alien races, fourteen more starship types, science and military missions, medium and large starmaps, mod support, and many more special events, the full version is the gift that keeps on giving. It even includes a battle simulator, perfect for when your inner-Federation wants to take a backseat to your inner-Klingon Empire. Heck, it's engrossing enough that it's almost like getting two games for the price of one!
Download the Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space demo here: