There's Nothing Routine About Space Travel.
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There are too many accidents that can befall life on a single planet. I believe that space travel will one day become as common as airline travel is today. I'm convinced, however, that the true future of space travel does not lie with government agencies - NASA is still obsessed with the idea that the primary purpose of the space program is science - but real progress will come from private companies competing to provide the ultimate adventure ride, and NASA will receive the trickle-down benefits.
Routine from Lunar Software is a game I’m keeping a close eye on. The reason it has me so excited is that for once a developer has the sense to NOT make a game that caters for the masses. Routine will be extremely difficult and challenging, in fact, it will probably not be to your liking. I caught up with Lunar Software's Lead Artist and Designer, Aaron Foster for a chat about Routine and gaming . Some are Indie some are not, but there will only ever be a few greats that really make a difference in my opinion. Routine reminds me of the loneliness in Doom, the horror of Aliens and the dread of Slender.
To travel into the unknown of space is a dream for so many children and adults alike, although one that very few will ever reach. Here we’re going to go through a timeline of the significant moments in the history of space travel, starting way back in the 1940s. In 1947, the first animals went into space. Fruit flies were used to study the effects of space travel on animals as they’re very similar to humans. The flies traveled with a supply of corn to eat on the flight.
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