People Also Played More... Visit Dark Orbit Games Like Dark Orbit During the third century, Earth witnessed massive upheaval. Not only did the climate change drastically, but the very nature of the planet was slowly and inexorably altered. Human civilization had developed between two ice ages and reached its golden age during this warmer period in the Earth's climate. But the dramatic change in climate forced mankind to seek out new habitats. Naturally their gaze turned to the stars, into the DarkOrbit!

Peace was threatened by the formation of three large companies that fought for control of the DarkOrbit universe's resources. These three mighty companies have been waging war in outer space for centuries; do you have the power to end it?

Duty calls! Enlist today and become a space pilot; explore dangerous galaxies deep in space. Wipe out entire alien races, collect rare minerals to increase your wealth, or take part in epic battles and annihilate the opposing companies!

Play with and against thousands of real players in an action-packed space game. Compete as part of one of three colossal companies and do your part to fight to galactic dominance! Undertake quests designed for newbies and pros alike and build yourself up into a fully fledged space pilot.

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New Laser Batteries

Once again the companie's scientists have pulled another huge success out of the hat. They have managed to develop two new forms of batteries for our laser cannons.

The first is UCB-100, this ammo hits four times as hard as a regular battery. The second is SAB-50, this ammo feeds on the energy of the opponent's shields; stripping theirs away whilst filtering the energy back into the attacker's shield generators. These batteries will give Space Pilots an advantage over their enemies, too many Space Pilots have been lost to let this development go to waste.
May 9, 2008
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