Welcome to Transreality, the home of Andrew Kelman

 

Full Thrust Space battle Images - Cancon 2002
 
Full Thrust Space battle Images - Cancon 2003 
 
Pax Galactica Galactic Strategy computer game in development
 
Decaying Orbits – Interplanetary Nuclear Warfare on the Final Frontier
(a multi-player boardgame)
Why Fords don’t handle 
 

My Ford Escort Mk2 Race-car is For Sale !! !!

 

 

 

 MY FULL THRUST(tm) FLEET: ‘THE HARD EDGE OF THE EMPIRE’

 

 

SEE THE RECENT DEPLOYMENT AT CANCON 2002: FULL THRUST TOURNAMENT – IMAGES HERE! And now CANCON 2003 Images Here!

 

 

 

This is also the home of Pax Galactica – a 3D space strategy computer game currently under development. Click here to find more about this game and download the latest development version

 

Decaying Orbits – Interplanetary Nuclear Warfare on the Final Frontier

 

 

Decaying Orbits is a low-complexity strategic space board-game suitable for 2-4 players. Find out more about this game here, and download a copy.

 

 

Before you go:

 

Have you ever wanted to navigate the nearby stars?

 

This is a 3D virtual reality programming language depiction of the nearby stars out to about seven parsecs. The stars are not to scale with the distance. Some of the stars are labelled. Only M3+ red dwarfs, and larger, are shown, and multi-star systems are not distinguished. In the background is the Milky Way. To view this .wrl file you must have a vrml viewer as a plug-in for your web browser. One source for an excellent freeware browser plug-in, cosmo player, is

 

cosmosoftware.com..

 

To engage your FTL drive click on the link below

 

LocalStars.wrl

 

The images used as background to this page, and the milky way galaxy images used as background in the LocalStars vrml world, originate from the deep-sky views page and are the copyright of Axel Mellinger. Saucer pictures originate from Gem's gallery of freebie sci-fi art.

 

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Last Edit 26/4/03

Copyright Andrew Kelman 2002-05-15