If you’re after a quick, easy, and free 1,000 Gamerscore, NASA has got you covered. Space Science Investigations is a free educational game published by NASA that also happens to be a quick completion.
NASA recently released Space Science Investigations, a free educational game that has you explore the International Space Station from a first-person perspective. As with most educational games, this one is a quick and easy completion, with estimates suggesting that it takes less than an hour to unlock all 21 Space Science Investigation achievements.
Space Science Investigations is a free quick completion from NASA
In terms of gameplay, there isn’t much here outside of a few videos to watch and some light puzzle elements. While you probably won’t need a guide, Maka91 does have a video walkthrough up that details how to complete the game in around 30 minutes.
Space Science Investigations
Prepare the International Space Station for the arrival of a resupply vehicle and then use the Canadarm2 robotic arm to berth the approaching vehicle to the station, all while floating in microgravity. As you complete tasks and fly around the inside of the station you will learn and experience the effects of microgravity on the human body.
This is actually NASA’s second quick completion (watch out, Ratalaika and Xitilon!). Back in June, NASA also published To the Moon and Beyond, a free educational card game that can be completed in under two hours.
To the Moon and Beyond
In this card based game, you run and build up your own space program. You determine what research to fund on the space station and what projects you want to fund back on Earth. Conducting research on the orbital laboratory can reduce the cost of some projects or give