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Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator

Somewhere in space this may all be happening right now.

Changes with this new version include:

All new artwork; new spaceships and a new user interface. Price reduction to $40 for a bridge license (valid for 5 computers). Up to 6 crews can now battle each other or work together in jump-in multiplayer. Full online play is now possible. So the game is no longer only for LANs. Added asteroid fields. Added three different torpedoes: homing, nuke, and mine. More customization options. Added the ship editor tool. Now modders can add their own enemy ships to the game. Artemis is a multiplayer, multi-computer networked game for Windows. Artemis simulates a spaceship bridge by networking several computers together. Unlike many networked multi-player games, Artemis was designed to be played by 3-6 players together in one room.

In Artemis, one computer is the main screen, while the others serve as one of the five workstations (Helm, Communication, Engineering, Science, and Weapon Control). Working together as a bridge crew, the players warp around the sector, protecting space stations from a multitude of alien ships. Once the Artemis has expended its torpedoes and energy, the crew can replenish the ship by docking with a space station.


Some quotes from others who played the game:

"Artemis is the best game ever. No, seriously. When you combine it with alcohol, magic happens."

"Your game is a brilliant concept"

"What can I say but, holy cow! I've spent the last few years thinking about how awesome it would be to have a game like this!"

"*Jawdrop* I might be able to revitalize our LAN parties with this."

"This is Star Trek through the Rock Band filter. You are playing together as if you were on a ship."

"Awesome game. Goodbye weekend."


Players can get the full game for free by helping spreading the word:

Instructions on how to get a free copy of the full version of Artemis:

Install the demo version. Get together with 2 friends (3 or more people in the same room) and play. Make a video of your crew playing. You can use your flipcam, cellphone or something. Take a still picture of your crew, to send to Thom later. Upload the video on YouTube for all the world to see. Be sure to put a link to on the video notes. Email Thom Robertson at with the YouTube video link and attach the picture, so Thom knows it is you.


About Thom Robertson:

"I'm a veteran game developer, and since leaving my last industry job in 2003, I've been a full-time indie game developer. I've made and sold several PC games, 3 Iphone games, and once ran a MMORPG called Blade Mistress. Basically, I'm lucky enough to follow my muse, and make the games I feel like making."



Videos showing people playing together:



For more information, please contact Thom Robertson at

Best Regards,

Tero Miettunen

Mitorah Games - Director

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