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Kerbal Space Program

Posted on Tuesday, July 19 @ 14:32:52 Eastern by Longo_2_guns

I don't know if anyone else has played this or not, but it's one of the most fun free games I have ever played.

It's still on it's pre-alpha type stage, and is free thus far, but they're looking to expand it similar to what happened with Minecraft. Basically, you build a rocket ship, and then fly it. I've gotten up to like 400,000 meters as my best thus far. I'm having more fun creating absurd rockets than functional ones.

Found here.

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