Artemis: Spaceship Bridge Simulator
|Artemis: Spaceship Bridge Simulator|
|Programmer(s)||Thom Robertson, Eric D.|
|Artist(s)||Matt Mitman, Dave Wellman|
|Composer(s)||John Robert Matz|
|Platform(s)||Windows, iOS, Android|
|Initial release||October 18, 2010|
2.7.1 / March 25, 2018
|Written in||C++ and DirectX 9|
|Operating system||Windows 98 and newer, iOS, Android|
Artemis: Spaceship Bridge Simulator is a multiplayer co-operative spaceship simulation game created by Thomas Robertson for Windows, iOS, and Android devices. The game is designed to be played between three and eight players over a local area network, with each player using a separate computer that provides a different spaceship bridge station, such as helm control or engineering.
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