is a multiplayer co-operative spaceship simulation game created by Thomas Robertson for Windows. The game is designed to be played between three and eight players over a local area network, with each player using a separate computer that provides a different spaceship bridge station, such as helm control or engineering.
Role playing is a part of playing the game. Here's a hard working player in the community, who knows how to have fun on the bridge.
Defend terran controlled space,
work as a team, save our solar system.
Monday December 09, 2019 19:00
Adventurer's Guild Café, 36 Ontario St N, Kitchener, ON N2H 4Y4
Sunday June 02, 2019 12:00
Super 1UP Games | 105 King St E., Hamilton, ON L8N 1A9
Sunday June 23, 2019 12:00
Brew Wizards Board Game Café | 74 Celina St, Oshawa, ON L1H 4N2
Sunday December 15, 2019 13:00
The CG Realm | 1311 Tecumseh Rd E, Windsor, ON N8W 1B9
Sunday December 15, 2019 10:00
An Undisclosed Location | Surrey, British Columbia
Saturday September 14, 2019 12:30
An Undisclosed Location | Kamloops, British Columbia
Sunday December 15, 2019 10:00
Ocean Training Centre | 133 McMillan St, Parksville, BC V9P 1K7 (250) 594-2893
Sunday December 15, 2019 16:00
Niubility Gaming Club 王者网咖 | 5992 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax, NS B3H 1Y7
Tuesday January 14, 2020 17:00
Red Hill Branch Library | 695 Queenston Rd Hamilton ON L8G 1A1
The official forum for Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator provides community news, announcements and upcoming events. It is an online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages. They differ from chat rooms in that messages are often longer than one line of text, and are at least temporarily archived and moderated by a community manager.
We are an inclusive group, out to have fun, be safe, to learn and share our love for this game. Meet up with a crew and play locally.
Take a moment to look at all the communities in the list above who play on a regular basis. If there isn't one close by, we can help you start one! Just contact one of us....
Your local community group usually has an extra computer, and will have purchased a full bridge license. If you've got a computer, bring it along if you like. Getting together to play and social at one location is what we aim for.
Fleet level games are polled among the communitiy leaders for optimal dates and times across six time zones in Canada. Where crews in each community gather at one location with their bridge and high speed internet access. They connect to TSN Command for training and mission assignments....
You can purchase your own license to play online or with your friends.
The software is sold as a DRM-free “Bridge License” of the Windows PC version of Artemis.
This bridge license lets you download the game installer file,
and share it with every member of your crew.
Steam’s software license is very different from the bridge license. Each purchase is good for only one Steam account, so each of your friends will have to buy their own copy for their own PCs.
The Terran Stellar Navy 42nd Fleet draws from the Canadian Naval Ranks system. All accepted ranks & title are listed to help with on duty role playing purposes only. Role playing allows members to have different roles while running their crew, but is not necessary to play. This will allow you to be imaginative while having fun.
You can look and feel the part at duty shifts and conventions with uniforms! We encourage people to make, adapt or be as creative as they wish when creating their uniforms. There are over seven different uniform designs across the country. Remember, this is optional and you're not required to have a uniform to participate.
Write an officer's log. A centralized orders relay system is used for the Terran Stellar Navy Fleet. The system allows the Admiralty of the Fleet (Game Master) to immediately disseminate mission critical information and orders to starships in space. This is open to anyone who wishes to participate! Your log entries could be published for others to read.
The administrative staff of the 42nd Fleet relays high level orders for participating vessels during fleet training and missions. Once you've establishes a comm's link to a Command Base, take command of your ship and get ready to get things done in the sector.