A litle confused about the info here (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2014-04-02 13:42 (#YB) How can a game be "fantastic" when it isn't even finished? How do you evaluate that? Is this just riding on hype, or is this a Google style permanent beta? Re: A litle confused about the info here (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2014-04-03 18:14 (#YT) You could try it... I would say it's fantastic. I dropped less than $20 on it and I've put more than 40 hours into launching rockets and attempting landings on planets and moons.Anyone with an interest in space flight, orbital mechanics, science, etc. should definitely take a look at it. Re: A litle confused about the info here (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2014-04-04 01:38 (#Z5) Absolutely, without trying to sound fanboi-ish (?) I bought it 16 months ago for $17.00, version 0.18, after playing the 0.13 demo for OVER 100 HOURS! I have 816 hours as of today. Only the Civ, TW, several racing series and 'in real life' Chess (King of Games), and some of them I played for many years before Steam could remind you of how much spare time you apparently actually have. Steams hour tracking is to some an accomplishment, to me it's a condemnation.The current demo limits you to 25 parts and I think is either version 0.18 or 0.19. It's come a long way since then!Link to the Demo/purchase page. (No popups, self playing videos, redirects, tiresome political posturing or ads as far as I know, adblock on. So enjoy a stroll to a website without malware, in your face ads or other bullshit.https://www.kerbalspaceprogram.com/demo.phpHow is it spell check doesn't recognize the word malware? It's certainly common enough. It wants to change it to Waldemar. WTF?