The leaders of Wannabe Space are thrilled as publisher Green Man Gaming Publishing and developers Evil Twin Artworks are pleased to announce that the new space battle comic adventure game The Galactic Junkers launches today for Xbox One consoles and PC via Steam. PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch versions will be released in early July.
In The Galactic Junkers, budding space leaders can jump behind the helm of their spacecraft and search the galaxy in search of abandoned ships on board. But watch out for those pesky bounty hunters chasing after you and don’t forget to watch out for these pesky aliens lurking in the void of space.
Being a captain can be challenging, especially when you have a trophy on your head. Bounty hunters, space pirates and even the Federation of Galaxies are trying to track you down. The only thing standing between you and oblivion is your mind, your crew, and your faithful ship.
The Galactic Junkers is a comedy and adventure space battle game where you play as a space commander on the run. Your ship may collapse and your crew isn’t the best, but with a little luck you can keep everything in good shape. Upgrade your ship, hire new crew members, steal supplies and equipment, and keep searching for the truth about why everyone wants you dead.
In the distant future, the Great Cataclysm saw the destruction of the Earth, with humanity spread throughout the solar system. To survive, we become nomads, making a living on decaying space stations and barely habitable asteroids. Humanity has lost hope, but there are a few brave space captains who are trying to find a new future for us. You are one of them, build an adventurous life for you and your crew, with a full load of Space Munch, a moody computer and a barely functioning ship, what could possibly go wrong?
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