Si je devais choisir un jeu pour partir sur une ile isolée ce serait Kerbal Space Program.
Un des jeux les plus intelligents que je connaisse.
Le seul jeu qui m'amuse encore après 7 ans et plus de mille heures de jeu...
I love space and planes, this game has both. It's easy to get in to, but hard to master. You can build basically whatever you want with the tools the basegame offers. But I must say, the game does become boring after a few hundred hours. The graphics are not good and without a proper pc it runs like s**t. But that's where the mods come in. The game has a huge modding community that is active and makes quality mods. If you want it in the game they have it. Combining the graphics mods with gameplay mods makes the game fun again, I would say I know since I have above 500 hours in the game, and none of it would have been possible without the mods.
You don't often get the sense of achievement and exploration Kerbal Space Program offers for its price-tag. After you manage to get around the learning curve you'll find an immensely educational and fun game. You can't truly call yourself a space enthusiast and miss out on that one. After all, how hard can rocket science be?
If you are a creative type who loves to fool around with physics, you’ll probably love Kerbal Space Program. If you’re just looking to create unbelievable, ridiculous rockets with an impractical number of fuel pods, you can still have plenty of fun. Whatever your level of engagement, you can enjoy shooting these little green Smurfs into space – or into the nearby scenery.
'Kerbal Space Program' may seem like a peaceful casual funny game but rather appears as a complete simulator. You won't have the courage to play it more than one hour if you don't stop sufficiently at the tutorials. And just when you think it can't be that hard to reach the stars, you suddenly realize that there are an impressive amount of parameters required just to visit the stratosphere without landing anywhere.
The game strangely manages to give you the impression of total freedom when it doesn't allow you to go anywhere without following and understanding an incredible amount of rules. Each step you will achieve in order to reach an objective will demand you to dig deeper into the game mechanics. 'Kerbal Space Program' tries to be funny but I think its humour is totally obliterated by its incredible difficulty. Graphics seems effortless and do not help to truly get involved in the game.
It is important to highlight the fact that 'Kerbal Space Program' benefits from a huge community that is hyper-active. Play it on Steam and you will easily disover plenty of crazy-original mods.
SummaryIn Kerbal Space Program you have to build a space-worthy ship, capable of flying its crew out into space without killing any of them. At your disposal is a collection of parts, which must be assembled to create a functional craft. Each part has its own function and will affect the way a ship flies (or does not). So strap yourself in, and...