Pilot your spacecraft through a 3D asteroid field to reach a series of waypoints.
Asteroid Rally is a free game for Mac OS X, developed in 3 months according to the rules of the uDevGames 2003 contest run by iDevGames. Please visit those sites for more information.
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Hints and Tips
The file “Asteroid Rally README” that comes with the game explains the controls and how to play.
Hint: If you find you are crashing into asteroids a lot, try slowing down! Managing your speed as the asteroids get close together is the key to the game.
If the game doesn’t run smoothly on your computer, try some or all of the following steps:
- Turn off the game’s music in the Options menu.
- Lower the Graphics settings in the Options menu.
- Switch your computer screen’s resolution to 640×480 or 800×600 before running Asteroid Rally.
Latest Asteroid Rally News
- MindTheCube Games and Mac OS X 10.15 February 9, 2020Sadly, I have had to update the pages for my Mac OS X games to show that they no longer work after Mac OS X 10.14 “Mojave”. This is because Apple removed support for 32-bit programs from OS X 10.15 “Catalina”, released late 2019. (An event affectionately referred to as the App-ocalypse.) I may try to ...
- Intel Build of Asteroid Rally June 9, 2010I just put up an Intel-native build of my 2003 game Asteroid Rally. This allows owners of Intel-based Macs to run the game more efficiently, and without Rosetta.
- Asteroid Rally version 1.1.2 released May 26, 2004Version 1.1.2. Managed another small performance improvement. Removed voting notice since the contest is over (I did pretty well, but was not a finalist this time.)
- Asteroid Rally updated to version 1.1 November 8, 2003Version 1.1 now available for download! Changes include: top 5 fastest times are saved, mouse up/down can be inverted, better icon, and a less-piercing throttle-up sound. Thanks to Jesse Holden for creating another icon for me at the last minute!
- Asteroid Rally released November 2, 2003Asteroid Rally, my entry in the uDevGame 2003 contest, has been released.