Space Station 14 is a multiplayer game about paranoia and chaos on a space station.
Space Station 14 tells the story of an ordinary shift on a space station gone wrong. Immerse yourself into your role, tinker with detailed systems, and survive the chaos in this round-based multiplayer role playing game.
Your custom character can spawn as one of dozens of crew and enemy jobs, ranging from engineer to captain, or even a traitor, each with its own unique gear. Your duties guide you through rich interactions with complex mechanics, whether you’re managing your inventory, setting up the reactor, or flushing yourself down the disposal tubes.
As disaster, incompetence, and sabotage strike the station, the tension rises – opening up emergent situations that force you to make hard choices. Will you patch up the medical bay after an asteroid punches a hole in it, or fight for control when the captain gets murdered by revolutionaries? Do you break out an unjustly imprisoned clown, or sit back at the bar and serve drinks without a care in the world?
The story of the station’s collapse is in the hands of its players, and each round is an intense, immersive experience that will leave you wanting more.
It is a remake of the cult-classic Space Station 13.
This is free and open source software.
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