Free Steam keys: Win a copy of realistic space station management sim Stable Orbit! | PCGamesN

Free Steam keys: Win a copy of realistic space station management sim Stable Orbit!

Stable Orbit

After growing for a year with the help of community feedback, space station management sim Stable Orbit is now out of Early Access and has seen a full release with new features on Steam.

Led by Jim Offerman, who worked on Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Tomb Raider, Stable Orbit is an effort from new studio Codalyn to give you the real experience that space agencies face every day. That includes finding solutions to deal with dwindling oxygen, unexpected disasters, and limited funds.

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That might sound stressful. But, obviously, with Stable Orbit you get the chance to handle those kinds of situations without risking millions of pounds of spaceship and human lives. Anyone who's had a go at building and launching their own rocket into space in Kerbal Space Program will know the allure of this kind of challenge, and the satisfaction that comes with having a breakthrough discovery in the void of space.

If you've played Stable Orbit before in its Early Access phase then it'd be worth heading back into it now. The reason being that it's now much more polished and has new features including orbital management, random events and disasters, and a full sandbox mode that allows you to create a space station without restrictions.

We're giving away 50 Steam keys for Stable Orbit so if you do want to check it out keep reading. To enter the giveaway you'll need to use the widget below. Every action you complete is worth one entry into the giveaway, and the more actions you complete the more chance you'll have of winning. We'll also need your email address so we can send you a code upon winning - we won't send you spam, we promise.

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