Year 8002. System OOLRO 3, where the oldest and most
powerful empire ever exists : The KROSSO Empire, which
consists of thousands of colonies. The celebrations of the
eighth millenium have just ended and the good days seem to
be over. A few cases of an unknown sickness have been found.
Rumors are spreading of the possibility of a mind disease.
No Gravity invites you to a fantastic and futuristic
universe made of five intergalactic worlds. An arcade type
game with great playability, where it is easy to plunge into
space battles against spacefighters, space stations and
Fifty-five hard hitting missions plus ten training exercises
will help you to enter this real time textured 3D
environment. Missions set not only in deep space, but also
inside enemy structures will have you patrolling high risk
sectors, on reconnaissance in enemy space, escorting
friendly ships or defending your space stations and even
sneaking in to sabotage enemy weapons.
The player controls a space ship, viewed in the first
person. In each mission, the player needs to accomplish some
objectives such as destroying enemy ships or their base,
escorting allied ships and clearing mine fields. A brief
description of the objectives is given at the beginning of a
mission. In some situations, the player has some wingmen and
can control them by giving orders such as 'attack enemy',
'retreat' and 'protect the base'. A mission is composed of
different sectors which have different objectives.
When the objectives of the current sector is complete, the
player needs to go the nearest NAV point, when he can warp
to the next sector. In the last sector, a warp gate appears
and the player needs to go through it to complete the level.
At the end of each episode (each containing 10 missions),
there is a large base station to destroy. When the player
completes all the episodes (of which there are 5), the game
ends. The mission fails if the player is destroyed or an
objective is not complete (e.g. an important ship being
destroyed by enemy).