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User reviews: Positive (6 reviews)
Release Date: Jun 12, 2014
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X3: Terran Conflict Bonus Package 4.1.01

The bonus content in this Bonus Package is a selection of signed plugin scripts for X3: Terran Conflict, created by members of the Egosoft forum community and validated by Egosoft.

Items in the Bonus Package:


  • Commercial Agent

    The Commercial Agent will represent their homebase, buying and selling wares within a certain jump range. Over time the pilot will become more efficient, learning more about their trading software. Nobody starts out as an expert. Additionally, they may participate in special training courses. These training courses are offered in the pilot's homebase at specified time intervals.

  • Commodity Logistics Software MK1

    This software supports the pilot in coordinating his internal production logistics. It will collect orders from the different consumers inside your enterprise and coordinate those with chosen suppliers. Therefore it is possible to deliver the products from several suppliers of a single resource to different consumers.

    The software was originally developed by an Argon software engineer and as such is being sold in every Argon Equipment Dock. It is also available in the Trading Station located in Herron's Nebula.

    Consumers will generally be sorted and supplied according to the urgency with which they need the wares. Stations will only be considered for a delivery if they have less than 90% of the storage space filled. The same principle applies to your producers which will only be allowed to ship wares if their storage is filled by 10% or more. Essentially, stations will not receive wares if they are almost full, and suppliers will not send out wares if they are almost empty.

    Over time the pilot will become more efficient, learning more about their trading software. Nobody starts out as an expert. Additionally, they may participate in special training courses. These training courses are offered in the pilot's homebase at specified time intervals.

  • Commodity Logistics Software MK2

    This software allows the pilot to plan a route. The pilot is instructed to follow a given route and the corresponding commodity transfer orders for each intermediate stop. This enables the pilot to fulfill special tasks within the company or even at different stations. The route will be followed repeatedly until the pilot receives new orders.

    The software was originally developed by an Argon software engineer and as such is being sold in every Argon Equipment Dock. It is also available in the trading station located in Herron's Nebula.

    Over time the pilot will become more efficient, learning more about their trading software. Nobody starts out as an expert. Additionally, they may participate in special training courses. These training courses are offered in the pilot's homebase at specified time intervals.

  • Dock Ware Manager

    This station command can add or remove wares from a player owned dock, such as a Trading Station or Equipment Dock.

  • Missile Defense Mosquito

    This software protects small and big ship classes against missile and fighter drone attacks by shooting down incoming missiles with the fast and agile Mosquito missile.

    This software protects the convoy leader or whole convoys against missile attacks and hostile fighter drones. Only one ship in the convoy needs to have this software running to protect the whole convoy.

    Mosquito class missiles are required, as well as Fight Command Software MK1 and MK2. All three may be bought at Equipment Docks of various races.

  • Turbo Booster

    The Turbo Booster MK1 allows your smaller ships to travel at faster speeds while it's engaged. It requires either Energy Cells or Shield Energy to function. The Turbo Booster MK2 is needed to provide this service to larger ships.
Helpful customer reviews
1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Posted: July 8
About the best "space sim" I have played. Albion Prelude has moved it on nicely and keeps old space dogs like myself occupied for a while longer. Unfortunately, Rebirth just does not do it for me !
If you have not done so already, give it a try. I mean,what have you to lose apart from a few months lol.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Posted: August 16
i download this, now my game doesnt work. thank you
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66 of 78 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Posted: October 7, 2014
I've had this game for a while, I first started playing it believing that it was a mistake to have purchased it, but something kept bringing me back to it....

IN the end, hook yourself up with the cheat script.... Give yourself a 999 bilion dollars and learn how to play the game from that perspective.

Then go back and start playing as normal.

You'll find you'll learn a lot more by cheating at first and then coming back to play the game. It's really a GOOD game. It's a very difficult game because everything is reactive to everything else, including dumping cargo that you just bought from a station to help improve your reputation..... well, buying the cargo improved the rep, dumping it, damaged it. So you can see it's VERY balanced.
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1 of 3 people (33%) found this review helpful
Posted: July 10
What can I say? This is one of the BEST space simulation empire building games I ever played. Yes, even better than Distant Worlds. For the price it is now you're getting a steal. I have 180+ hours into just one game now and still got a long ways to go eradicating all the Xenon, Pirates, Khaak and that Yeti race. It's been a blast all the way.

Now if course there are a few issues. One is if you hit a station too many times during a battle that race like Argon or Teladi will start a WAR with you and if you're early into the game like I am that spells disaster and a lot of save scumming.
I usually don't save scum but in this game you have to if you want to succeed. There's just no way around it as accidents happen. I have this one huge ship and I mean huge that destroys ai ships all the time just moving because they crash into it and if a military ship crashes into it welp yeah you guessed it WAR! LOL

Nevertheless I still love this game and I don't know if I will ever tire of it. A lot of work went into this to be able to do all you can do. Build factories, explore, trade, build ships, build fleets, build wings, NAME ALL YOUR STUFF. I have UNIVERSAL TRADER with "my name" It just is soooo much fun. You can send Patrols around sectors of your choosing and if you trade and take out enough enemies of that race you get bigger factories and ships to buy from a hidden place on the map usually but sometimes even in open shipyards and equipment docks.

If you've ever wanted a real space LIFE this game gives it in spades. You could spend your lifetime playing it and I don't think you would ever see or do it all. Great game but you might have made it too great as I have no interest in the new version until it falls way down in price. :)
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