Elite Plus

Copyright: © 1991 Frontier Developments
Genre: Simulations

Simulations

Elite Plus
Review 1:
Remake of one of the best and, at some point, most complex games of all
time. Elite plus is a bit easier and better looking than Elite but it
still has the same story, same ship types, same cargos... Elite puts You
in a role of starship commander (a small starship). You can choose to be
whatever You want - a trader, mercenary, pirate, all of the above! Trade
goods and earn money slowly or seek and destroy other ships. As you earn
ranks You'll be offered some missions to finally reach the ultimate rank
- ELITE. Very hard and very entertaining.

Review 2:

One of the most popular games ever (at the time), Elite had huge success
in Europe and was followed by the enhanced version of it - Elite 1 +.
Unfortunately, in the United States, by the time of release, Wing
Commander series were launched. Elite never truly made it overseas,
despite two sequels that were published later, but it gave birth to every
sci-fi flight simulator of future- and that is Elite's legacy.
Combination of space exploration, shrewd trading and piracy, with near
boundless possibilities - there is no better way to desribe this game.

Review 3:

This is the game that started it all - Elite became a cult-classic and no
Sci-Fi-Fan should miss it. That trading/fighting-concept was a really
great idea back then. Millions of players still try their best to become
Elite - which means you are highly respected and more than dangerous to
everyone stupid enough to attack you. Basically this is the same game
like Elite (which is also up at our site). It just features better
graphics and is more playable. You got a huge universe to explore and
lots of things to do. Pretty much a life-sim... the simulation of the
life of a spaceship-captain. Review 4: Elite Plus is an excellent VGA
update of the classic Elite, and is now commonly regarded as the best
version of Elite. It provides excellent sounds, smooth animation,
intensive combat, and all the special missions. Inputs for keyboard,
joystick, or mouse are all supported, and can be customized by the
player. Without a doubt this is my most favorite game in this series.
Chris Sawyer (of Transport Tycoon fame) also had a hand in coding the
game. Ian Bell has recently released the game into the public domain, so
go to his site right now for the game and other assorted goodies. Review
5: This is an enhanced version of Elite. This time you got some more
colors on the screen. Furthermore it's more of the same, so that's good.
Just trade between planets, upgrade you ship, but a new ship etc.
 

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