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Cant Remember The Name Of A Game...

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Ok so since I was like 7-10 years old the last time I played this, i can't remember a lot... but plz help, maybe some one knows what this is?

* It was a space game

*It had diffrent races, (human being one)

* You had a home planet to defend

* you could colonize other planets

* you had to mine resources for your people or they would die

* you had many diffrent ship types (Ex. transports)

* You had to to R&D with your resources to get new technologys

* you had to build you ship, (i remember doing R&D for atomic Engins)

* you had to hit a button to go to the next day

* you could upgrade your space station at your home planet or build a new one at a newly colonized planet to help protect it

ummm..... that's about all I can think of at the moment.... if your not positive suggest me to look at things...

I REALY want to play this game again, and I'm getting deployed soon and I would like to have it on my laptop...

and feedback would be nice

thanks :-}
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Civilization, maybe? Or starcraft.
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Master of Orion

or Master of Orion Battle at Anteries(sp?)

two of my absolute favorite games

http://en.wikipedia....Master_of_Orion there's some screenshots down the right side

i doubt you'll be able to find a copy of MOO (master of orion)...and if you did i wouldn't imagine you'd have a computer old enough to play it on

there's a free game called Free Orion that claims to be similar to MOO
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