Project: Space Station

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Project Space Station is a game published in 1987 by HESware, originally written for the Commodore 64 home computer, then ported out to both the Apple computer and PC compatibles.

Before he developed a string of venerable flight sims for LucasArts (Their Finest Hour, X-Wing etc.), Larry Holland designed this exceptional NASA mission simulator that gives you the chance to build a space station. This gargantuan task requires astute planning of space shuttle launches over the next 15 years to carry the necessary components for the station. NASA's help in the game shows in the excellent realistic factors, from budgetary concerns to R&D projects you can take in hopes of making discoveries that will save lives and time.

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Commodore 64
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Project: Space Station - Cover Art Commodore 64

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