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StarMade - Minecraft inspired 3D space game


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StarMade is a minecraft inspired 3D space shooter.

The alpha version of the game is completely free!

Support the game by already buying the full game: 3$ for the whole game (every future update inclusive. you will never be charged again)

Explore: Explore space generated in real time around you.

Design: design you own ship or space station.

Customize: create customized weapons, harvesting elements, shields and docking stations for your ship. Combine elements to groups to make your modules even more powerful.

Multiplayer: full multi player: share control of your ship or design a ship together.

Destroy: destroy your enemies with your powerful weapons or just infiltrate an enemy ship. There already is a big arsenal of destructive modules: Missiles (normal, heat seeking and target chasing), Lasers, and Explosive modules that detonate on impact.

Salvage: salvage the ships of your fallen enemies to gain credits.

Physics: fully integrated modern physics engine for real box-on-box collisions.

Stealth: use radar jamming and cloaking modules for a surprise attack.

Multiplatform: runs on windows, mac and linux.

Share: save, import & export your own ships as blueprints. You can upload your blueprints to any multi player server.

AI: fight your own creations alone or in coop mode.

Help this game get Steam Greenlit http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=93148867






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  • 7 months later...

I love this game. I didn't know you could pay for it but even in its current state it's worth 3 bucks.

I would prefer that the devs (at least for now) followed minecraft's gui more closely, the current one doesn't really suit the low def textures of the rest of the game.

Are there any public servers or anything? Generally I prefer to play alone but even Space Pirates are scarce....

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Okay, well, it may have been a massive bump, but with the Yogscasts' videos on it it's probably worth reviving this thread.

And yes, there are public servers. I'd advise joining a private one though, there's almost nothing in the way of prop protection. (Meaning people can get in your ship and delete every piece of it)

Here's linky: http://star-made.org/forums/servers

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Oh. Huh. Just realized how much time was between the first post and the one before mine.

Anyway, yeah, went on a public server. First I logged out in my ship and it was deleted, (a common problem) and then the map reset, I started building a ship, and some guy came over and blew it up.

I had the idea that maybe any bullets/lasers/missiles should be deleted if they move within a certain radius of the spawn shop or any players/ships nearby. That might help.

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I've been checking this one out with my friends, and it really is pretty fun. I kinda thought it would just be a Minecraft clone at first, but it does add plenty of unique features and works nicely (assuming you don't put everything too close to your core - that can send you a long way away...)

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Starmade revelations:

1.Every time I make a new ship, I think "holy crap, this thing is massive!", then about 30 minutes later start work on one 10N times bigger. I'm currently working on a model of the Destiny from SGU.

2.The moment you realise nobody cares if you eat space stations is the moment you become powerful

3.Damn, those ice crystals are pretty

4.Missiles make pretty fireworks

5.That galaxy map is confusing .-.

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Just found out about this game a few days ago. It's awesome. I can't wait to see how it develops. Anyone found any decent servers yet?

At this point there is no such thing as a decent server unless it is a private one because, for example, there are no mechanics preventing a total stranger from walking up to your ship and taking parts off of it. StarMade = greifer heaven. :P

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