If any of you grew up in the "MTV" generation, then the movie Armageddon may have been a major part of your youth. From Steve Tyler's "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing" to what was later called
Up until today, Keen Software House's Space Engineers was available for $14.99. Now, with new milestones reached during development, the game has received new content at the cost of a small price increase, to $19.99.
Even in space it pays to be green. And now the newest update to Space Engineers gives players that eco-friendly power with the inclusion of Solar Panels, and more.
The much-requested Survival Mode feature has finally graced Space Engineers, along with a slew of modes for players to jump into and enjoy. But instead of throwing players out into the cold with nothing to go on,
The latest update for Keen Software House and Marek Rosa's Space Engineers brings another few features to the game, all of which you can view in the video below.
In what's becoming quite an impressive and long line of updates, the developers behind Space Engineers are adding even features, which can all be viewed in the trailer below.
If you've been following the many updates available in Keen Software House's Space Engineers, then you'll love the three newest updates, which add just a little more nuance to the world you can create and explore in
Marek Rosa and Keen Software House's Space Engineers seems to be enjoying its explosive create-and-destroy sandbox fun, especially since the last Warheads update. Now a new update introduces the Gatling Gun and Rocket Launcher, which can be
First, Marek Rosa and Keen Software House's Space Engineers taught you how to build. Now it encourages you to destroy.
As shown off in their recent video, Marek Rosa and Keen Software House's Space Engineers has been receiving many frequent updates and new features, which must have early adopters very proud of their purchase through Steam Early
Space Engineers has come along way since its Steam Early Access release, which Keen Software House and Marek Rosa are proud to show off in the new "Month of Early Access" video below.
The newest video tutorial from the Space Engineers alpha shows off the use of Beacon Blocks and the Copy/Paste/Delete functions, the former of which helps players navigate their surroundings, the second showing off how your ordinary Ctrl+C/V/X