DarkOrbit - DarkOrbit is a massively multiplayer online game developed by Bigpoint Games. The game is set in outer space, where players control a spaceship to battle against non-player characters and other players. It is a three-dimensional isometric Flash game with over 95 million registered accounts.

At the start of the game, the player chooses between three companies: Venus Resources Unlimited (VRU), Earth Industries Corporation (EIC), and Mars Mining Operations (MMO).(In the story have one more companies,Saturn Autonomous Technology)[3] Players are teleported to the home map to begin quests from Mission Control.

The object of the game is to gain wealth and power both individually and for the company.

DarkOrbit Web App  

Platform: Web browser, iOS
Date Published: December 11, 2006
Author: Bigpoint Games

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DarkOrbit is a massively multiplayer online game developed by Bigpoint Games. The game is set in outer space, where players control a spaceship to battle against non-player characters and other players. It is a three-dimensional isometric Flash game with over 95 million registered accounts. At the start of the game, the player chooses between three companies: Venus Resources Unlimited (VRU), Earth Industries Corporation (EIC), and Mars Mining Operations (MMO).(In the story have one more companies,Saturn Autonomous Technology)[3] Players are teleported to the home map to begin quests from Mission Control. The object of the game is to gain wealth and power both individually and for the company.

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