I have been trying to remember the name of a game I was playing on my Mac back in 2003/2004 and it is driving me crazy. Hopefully someone here can help me figure this out. It was either freeware/shareware, or I just ran across a free demo on a promo disk as it wasn't something I paid for. I'll start by saying my memory on this is a bit fuzzy, but here goes. It's a third person spaceship simulation type game with fairly good graphics for the time. It was set in a pretty vast universe with many distant nebulas and galaxies. Starting out you have a certain number of credits, and you have to buy a spaceship. Different ships are different prices related to different speed ratings, armor ratings, weapon levels, etc. After you have your spaceship, I think you then begin accepting missions taking payloads and/or people to different galaxies. The goal is to earn money to be able to reach farther planets and buy upgrades or better ships because sometimes you are attacked by pirates that are pretty tough. The battle is all third person so you have to maneuver around your enemies and you can choose between lasers or torpedoes. Also, when moving between galaxies you actually use something like warp drive and it takes a bit of time to get there. Instead of warping from point A to point B, you have to stop at each hub galaxy in between. Does this game description ring any bells with anyone?