Kerbal Space Program [1.1.2] - Ep 33 - 7 Kerbals to Minmus Part 7 - Let's Play
Conquering Kerbal Space Program EPISODE 33: In this episode, we're taking advantage of the low gravity of Minmus, and looking to get all of the extra science experiments from our main ship into the mobile processing lab... and I think one brave Kerbal will need to go solo to space in order to do it.
The ultimate goal of my Conquering Kerbal Space Program series is to put a fully 100% self-sufficient base (closed-loop) on the surface of every planet in the stock solar system (orbital station on gas giant). We're running with TAC Life Support and RemoteTech as well, to spice up the difficulty here.
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Kerbal Space Program isn't your typical game, and as we're going to find out together, it's a real challenge, and it doesn't hold your hand or tell you really how to do anything... and that's what I LOVE about this!
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I hope you enjoy this series as much as I do. This will be a heavily modded play-through with the new KSP 1.1.x version, in 64-bit mode! Woot!
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this is fun work!!
these are admirable and sick, friend.
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