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  • Submitted: May 10 2012 03:39 PM
  • Last Updated: May 10 2012 04:40 PM
  • Views: 1734
  • Downloads: 32

Wrapper Type & Video Card Compatibility

  • Wrapper Type: Wineskin
  • Wine Version: Wineski 2.5 WS8Wine CXG10.3.0
  • ATI / AMD: GREEN (fully playable)
  • NVIDIA: GREY (not tested)
  • Intel GMA: GREY (not tested)
  • Intel HD: GREY (not tested)

Wrapper Type Info

Note:
Wrappers have different Mac OS X compatibility!

Wineskin:   10.610.710.810.9
Cider:          10.610.710.810.9
CXZ/CXEx:  10.610.710.810.9

What is WINE & what is a Wrapper?

Video Card Info

 GREY          = not tested
 GREEN        = fully playable
 YELLOW     = playable with minor glitches
 ORANGE     = playable with some effort
 RED             = severe glitches / unplayable

Download Wrapper weird worlds return to infinite space

- - - - - Please vote for the Quality of this Port / Wrapper, not for the Game or Application!




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Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, the sequel to Strange Adventures in Infinite Space, is a hybrid strategy/adventure computer game created by the independent game development group, Digital Eel. In the game players explore a "plausibly implausible" (fictional) region of the Milky Way galaxy called "The Purple Void". Like its predecessor, Weird Worlds creates a new starmap each time the game is played. Stars, black holes, planets, nebulae, artifacts, alien patrols, gadgets, lifeforms and dozens of events and encounters are randomized intelligently for each game session. Unlike Strange Adventures, Weird Worlds allows the player to travel to black holes, using a device that protects the player (and the fleet) from the effects of intense gravity. One special mission even allows the player to enter a black hole to fight a nearly indestructible battlestation. Also, the "Void" is now more "alive" than before - most races encountered have a homeworld which also allows item trade.
Weird Worlds features 3 mission types (scientist, pirate, military captain), 3 starmap sizes, 30 starship types and adversaries, dozens of different weapons, star drives, shields, shipboard systems, alien artifacts and lifeforms, realistic star and planet types, 10 unique alien races and a robust combat simulator.
Weird Worlds was released for Microsoft Windows on November 4, 2005 by Digital Eel and Shrapnel Games. A Macintosh port was released on April 26, 2006. An iPad port was released January 5th, 2010 by Astraware.
Weird Worlds won the Independent Games Festival Innovation in Audio award in 2006 [1].
A board game adaptation of Weird Worlds titled Eat Electric Death! was planned for release in 2007[1] by Shrapnel Games but nothing has been produced as of January 2011.[2] There have been no updates from the production team since May 2009.[3] Fans now consider the project to be officially dead.


Personal Notes:
After some time, finally a new port I made XD Well, it wasn't nothing special. Had to try some different engines, but after I found the right one, it worked right out of the box.
It's really an interesting space game, so you should try it out.


My System Specs:
- OS: Mac OSX 10.7.e
- CPU: 3,2GHz Inte core i5
- RAM: 4GB
- Video:    AMD Radeon HD 6970M 1GB
- Disk Space:   150MB


Known Issues:
no issues


Installation:
It's really easy. Mount the dmg and copy the gamefolder to the place you want it. Double click the game and chose install windows software. Install the game and start playing.



Screenshots

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Runs very well. Just make sure you update the Wineskin wrapper in order for it to work properly.
Thanks for the wrapper!



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