Playing Starship Horizons Bridge Simulator

On The New Screen Savers, Leo Laporte and Jason Howell talk with David Hernly, the founder of Mythric Studios about his multiplayer video game Starship Horizons Bridge Simulator. Up to six people work together using any device with a browser to complete missions and not get blasted. Jason and several TWiT hosts and staff went on a mission and lived to tell the tale.

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mortimer snerd says:

Um, none of you guys are Star Fleet Academy graduates… right?

Floyd Johnson says:

I’m not sure which was more interesting: the simulation in and of itself, or what happened when this bunch of nerds tried it out.

Olivier Labbé says:

Looks cool

Ken Dudley says:

I love how Brian’s jacket magically comes off and on.

Floyd Johnson says:

“Star Trek”-inspired team play meets the people of TWiT? Somehow, it’s hilarious?

anony mous says:

Please tell me you guys nicknamed the guy with glasses Data lol

Baggage 716 says:

I think this is really nice, trying to bring back the good ol LAN parties. More social than just online multiplayer. Thanks for your effort

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