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A galactic adventure projected by italians scientists

Tempo di lettura: 1 min
Miniatura app: 
Valutazione di Scienza in rete: 
cool
Dimensione: 
27.8 Mb and 26.3 Mb
Prezzo: 
free
Titolo: 
Next Step Mars and Next Step Mars V2
15/11/2011 and 10/12/2011
Autore: 
Pixel Age S.r.l.
Anteprima: 
Next Step Mars is a space game produced by the Italian Space Agency. The goal of the player is the colonization of Mars. The goal of the Italian Space Agency is the science promotion.
Lingua: 
Italian

The Italian Space Agency realized Next Step Mars. Next Step Mars is a space game, a galactic adventure where the goal is the colonization of Mars.

Unfortunately Next Step Mars is now only in italian, but the english and spanish versions are almost ready to be downloaded.
But let's try it anyway!

For customer support: [email protected]

Video tutorial and previews of the app:

[video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9Vhs8O-WFc]

NSM fig 1 NSM fig 2 NSM fig 3 NSM fig 4

Aiuta Scienza in Rete a crescere. Il lavoro della redazione, soprattutto in questi momenti di emergenza, è enorme. Attualmente il giornale è interamente sostenuto dall'Editore Zadig, che non ricava alcun utile da questa attività, se non il piacere di fare giornalismo scientifico rigoroso, tempestivo e indipendente. Con il tuo contributo possiamo garantire un futuro a Scienza in Rete.

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