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Back to News Listing Buzz Aldrins Space Program Manager: Early Access Released!

Posted: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 by Filippo Chianetta

Type: Press Release

 

“From now on, we live in a world where man has walked on the moon. And it's not a miracle, we just decided to go”. From the movie Apollo 13.

Today is a great day for anyone interested in Space and its exploration: we, along with Polar Motion, are releasing the Early Access Program of Buzz Aldrin’s Space Program Manager!

The Early Access Program allows you to get your hands on the game before release.  When you buy it, you’ll get a download link and you’ll be able to get the game and play it immediately. However, this is not a complete game. This game is still in development and we want your help to make it the best it can be. By joining the Early Access Program you will become part of the team and help guide the future development with your ideas and feedback.

You can get more information on the Early Access Program on the BASPM Early Access Page.

 

We are offering 3 Tiers in the Early Access Program:

○ Mercury Tier - $19.99 for the digital version of the beta supplied immediately and updated throughout, beta forum access to report issues and discuss the game with the dev team and other early adopters and your name in the beta tester credits. The normal price for this is $29.99.

○ Gemini Tier - $34.99 includes everything in the Mercury Tier plus a boxed copy of the game at final release (usually $44.99) which includes a personalized disk with your name and serial number plus a full colour manual/art book with a collection of gorgeous renders for the game.

○ Apollo Tier - $99.99 includes everything in the Gemini Tier plus your name and photo in the game as one of the SET personnel, a flight controller or an astronaut and the game sound track in MP3 format. Instead of a beta tester credit you will be listed as a contributor. For more information on getting your photo in the game please go here. This option will not be available post release.

 

Get more information about Buzz Aldrin’s Space Program Manager on its official game page.

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