Search
Machine Nation screenshot
Machine Nation gameplay screenshot
User Rating:

Based on 0 user ratings
Page views: 329
Category:
License:
Shareware ($10)
Multiplayer:
Single player
DOSBox:
Yes
For Kids:
Yes
Resolution:
320 × 200
DOWNLOAD THE GAME FREE
mnation.zip - 311k - Run RUNSLOW.BAT to play
Downloading ...
Found your game? Great! Glad you found it! Please consider saying thanks by making a small donation to support DOSGames.com. There are also other ways you can help!
Need help running the game? Check our DOSBox Guide to run DOS games on modern computers.

Play online in browser

Machine Nation screenshot
Machine Nation gameplay screenshot
DOSGames.com Review:  Rating: 2
Machine Nation is a vertically scrolling shmup which is superficially similar to the often-pirated game Star Goose. However, although it sports decent production values and some innovative ideas, the implementation isn't great. As the game scrolls and you shoot stuff, there are LOTS of obstacles to avoid, and it's often very difficult to detect which are just part of the background and which need to be dodged. Your ship can also descend to a lower altitude (and back up) by collecting powerups, which is a cool idea, however this makes the whole game further disorienting by forcing you to pay attention to what "level" you're on while continuing to dodge enemy fire and barely-visible obstacles. A nice-looking but difficult game to say the least!
FILE_ID.DIZ:
Machine Nation - is a space ship
shoot-em-up game. You must watch out
for fireballs, electronic fields, and
other hazards in addition to enemy
ships. It features smooth parallax
scrolling and excellent graphics.

Play Machine Nation in Browser

Game will not be saved after closing your browser. Download and install the game if you want to save.
CTRL-F12 attempts to speed up game, CTRL-F11 attempts to slow it down.

Related / similar games:

If you enjoy Machine Nation, you might also enjoy playing these games:

Machine Nation, #1464. Added to website: 2021-04-08. All copyrights, trademarks, etc, are property of their respective holders.
Back to top