Earth Orbit Stations

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E.O.S.: Earth Orbit Station was a space station simulation developed by Karl Buiter and produced by Joe Ybarra for Electronic Arts in 1987 for the Commodore 64 and the Apple II. The game focused on both the material and economic challenges of building a fully functioning space station in low Earth orbit.

The game was set in 1996, and the player was given a certain scenario to fulfill, from mundane tasks such as setting up a simple space station to developing and supplying a specified amount of high-grade, zero G pharmaceuticals to being the first to contact alien life. The game also was a cut-throat economic simulator in multiplayer, as players competed over finite sources and resource management.

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Commodore 64
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Electronic Arts, Inc.
Earth Orbit Stations  - Cover Art Commodore 64
Also known as: 
"EOS" -- Common abbreviation
"Earth Orbit Station" -- Common misspelling

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