Digital Eel has announced the free release of its 2002 roguelike game, Strange Adventures of Infinite Space. Fans of the series can grab a free updated copy from Itch.io that has been updated to run more reliably on today’s modern systems. Those who fall in love with the game can also check out a pair of sequels on Steam, though those will cost. Both Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space and Infinite Space III: Sea of Stars are available.
Grab your free copy of Strange Adventures of Infinite Space on its Itch.io site.
About Strange Adventures of Infinite Space
In the 22nd century, colony ships were programmed to search for earthlike planets along trajectories calculated to visit stars with the best likelihood of habitable worlds. One such ship with its crew and passengers in cryostasis traveled over 2300 light-years before a suitable planet was found.
Hope is a temperate world located in the Glory system on the edge of a vast nebula often referred to as the Purple Void. The nebula is unique in that it contains many unusual star types and other peculiar phenomena.
Over 100 years have passed since the colonists first arrived. It is a new beginning of deep space exploration. Technology has improved and mankind is no longer dependent on slow cryoships and robot probes. This is the setting of Strange Adventures In Infinite Space.
SAIS is a roguelike, which means that the game is different every time it is played. Stars, planets, black holes, nebula mass, alien patrols, items, lifeforms and other encounters are randomized for each new Strange Adventure.