Space Engineers is a sandbox game about engineering, construction and maintenance of space works. Players build space ships and space stations of various sizes and utilization (civil and military), pilot ships and perform asteroid mining.
User reviews: Overwhelmingly Positive (26,580 reviews)
Release Date: Oct 23, 2013

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“Space Engineers is an Early Access game, which means that it is still under development but already in a very playable state and contains a vast amount of new features that have been added since its first release (e.g. Multiplayer, Survival mode). The game is being improved on a regular basis through updates that add and polish features and content, optimizations and bug fixes.

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"An Sandbox Game in Early Access, which is still worth a look, think Minecraft in Space with good graphics and different mechanics."

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October 23

Update 01.053 - Advanced rotor block, Sound modding

In this update, we added an advanced rotor block that is able to function as a conveyor system and also implemented the option to mod sounds.

The second important implementation is bug fixing. As Marek Rosa has already written in his latest blog-post, the game is entering into a stabilization period where the amount of new features will be reduced and the focus will be mainly on bug fixing and stabilization of the things that are already in the game. This doesn't mean that weekly updates will stop coming or that we are not going to add new features any more. This is just a temporary transition period that will last for a few weeks. There are still many big and important features to be added, but first we want to make sure that the game is free of bugs and in a much more stable state before we start implementing them.

Full list of new features and fixes:

EDIT 10/24/2014:
Update 01.053.015
- fixed issue with rotor/piston staying in control panel after being deleted
- fixed character crash
- fixed ownership issue
- fixed crash with control panel groups
- fixed crashes related to weapons and shooting/welding/grinding

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October 20

Space Engineers - One million copies sold!

We are proud to inform you that Space Engineers has reached 1,000,000 copies. This important milestone comes alongside the game’s first year anniversary.

Everybody from the Keen Software House team would like to thank all the fans for their amazing support so far! Greater things are still to come.

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“Space Engineers makes welding, joining and glazing seem like the best jobs in the world. It looks superb.”
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“Space Engineers makes crashing spaceships into things look crazy fun”

“Space Engineers generates its own unique brand of fun, whether you're more interested in constructing things or blasting them to bits”

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About This Game

Space Engineers is a sandbox game about engineering, construction and maintenance of space works. Players build space ships and space stations of various sizes and utilization (civil and military), pilot ships and perform asteroid mining.

Space Engineers utilizes a realistic volumetric-based physics engine: all objects can be assembled, disassembled, damaged and destroyed. The game comes with two game modes: creative and survival.

Volumetric objects are structures composed from block-like modules interlocked in a grid. Volumetric objects behave like real physical objects with mass, inertia and velocity. Individual modules have real volume and storage capacity.

Space Engineers is inspired by reality and by how things work. Think about modern-day NASA technology extrapolated 60 years into the future. Space Engineers strives to follow the laws of physics and doesn't use technologies that wouldn't be feasible in the near future.

Space Engineers concentrates on construction aspects, but can be played as a tactical shooter as well. We expect players to avoid engaging in direct man-to-man combat and instead use their creativity and engineering skills to build war machines and fortifications. Space Engineers shouldn’t be about troops; it should be about the machinery you build.

Early Access

  • Game modes
    - Creative – unlimited resources, instant building, no death
    - Survival – realistic management of resources and inventory capacity; manual building; death and respawn
  • Single-player – you are the sole space engineer
  • Multiplayer - alpha version (not a final version)
    - Creative and survival mode with your friends
    - Cooperative and competitive
    - Privacy customization: offline, private, friends only, public
    - Max 16 players (this may increase in the future)
    - Weapons on/off
    - Copy-paste on/off
  • Scenarios
    - Easy Start 1 – start on an asteroid platform with one large ship and two small ships
    - Easy Start 2 – start in a green asteroid station with several large and small ships (this is a large scene!)
    - Lone Survivor – start on an abandoned asteroid platform with no ships
    - Crashed Red Ship – your mother ship just crashed...
    - Two Platforms – competitive two-team multi-player world
    - Asteroids – start in a rescue ship with very limited resources
    - Empty World – no asteroids, no ships; suitable for creative mode
  • Dedicated servers - allow players to connect to a third party host, rather than using a player-host, in a peer-to-peer set-up. The result is a faster connection and a more fluent multiplayer performance with less lag
  • Ships (small and large ships – build them, pilot them and crush them
  • Space stations
  • First-person & Third-person
  • Drilling / harvesting
  • Manual building in survival mode – use welder to assemble blocks from components; use grinder to disassemble and reuse components
  • Deformable and destructible objects – real proportions, mass, storage capacity, integrity
  • Building blocks - light armor (cube, slope, corner), heavy armor, interior wall, interior light, small cockpit, large cockpit, cargo container(s), drill (character, large/small ship), ore detector, gravity generator, nuclear reactor, thruster, gyroscope, assembler, medical room, magnetic landing gears, spotlight, catwalk, cover wall, stairs, ramp, window(s), pillar, decoy, wheels, automated turrets, weapons, artificial mass, conveyor, collector, connector, merge block, camera, sensor, timer
  • Magnetic landing gears – attach your ship to a surface (another ship or asteroid)
  • Electricity - all blocks in a grid are wired in an electrical and computer network; electricity is generated by nuclear reactors
  • Gravity – produced by gravity generators. Spherical gravity generator also available.
  • Rotors – create rotating objects
  • Refinery - process harvested ore to ingots
  • Assembler - manufacture components from ingots
  • Symmetry/Mirroring Mode - useful in creative mode when building structures that require symmetry
  • Weapons - automatic rifle, small and large explosive warheads, small ship gatling gun, small ship missile launcher
  • Solar panels - produce energy depending on the amount of light that they catch from the sun
  • World management – generate new worlds, “save as” to multiple copies, auto-save every 5 minutes (can be turned on/off), edit world settings
  • 32-bit & 64-bit - 64-bit version expands the amount of objects, ships and asteroids (almost unlimited)
  • Steam Workshop - Share your creations with the Community (upload and download worlds)
  • Modding - world files, shaders, textures, 3D models
  • Localized interface (WIP) - Czech, Danish, Dutch, German, Icelandic, Polish, Spanish-Spain, Spanish-Latin America, Finnish, French, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese-Brazil, Estonian, Norwegian, Swedish, Slovak, Ukrainian, Russian
  • Custom colors for blocks – Customize your creations by using any color you like
  • Cargo ships - auto-piloted vessels (miners, freighters and military) that carry ore, ingots, constructions components and other materials from sector to sector. They can be looted but beware, they often contain booby traps!
  • Environmental hazards – protect your character and your creations from meteor storms (Safe, Normal, Cataclysm, Armageddon)
  • Conveyor, Collector, Connector (IMPORTANT: this is a first work-in-progress version and a realistic version will be added later) - Conveyors move items from inventory to inventory. Collectors can collect small objects (ore, ingots, components, tools) into inventory. Connectors can throw items from inventory to space (in future update could be used to connect two ships/stations and transfer items)
  • Artificial mass – can be used to add gravity-affected mass to ships, useful in machine ships or cars
  • Wheels - use them with rotors and artificial mass to build vehicles
  • Automated turrets – gatling, missile and interior. Turrets are used mostly as defense mechanism rather than shooting other players. They aim on decoys (automatically by default), meteorites, missiles or all moving objects (eg. small/large ships) - targeting can be changed in the control panel
  • Large weapons - missile launcher (for large ships)
  • Large and small ship grinder and welder – assemble and disassemble blocks faster and in larger amount
  • Batteries - enables players to store the energy generated by solar panels or reactors at an efficiency rate of 80%
  • Pistons - offers the option to build more advanced machinery
  • Factions - create and join factions, determine ownership of blocks and manage the relations between them (hostile/ally). NOTE: Factions are currently Work-in-Progress. There are still many things to be added (eg. chat and communication) and some bugs/issues are yet to be fixed.
  • Remote ship control – control ships without being inside the ship’s cockpit (drones)
  • Remote turret control - control turrets directly
  • 3D printing - export (CTRL+E) and 3D print the creations that you design in the game (
  • Modding API - brings a lot of new possibilities to modders and allows them to alter the game by writing C# scripts which have access to in-game objects
  • Blueprints - save your ship or station on a blueprint and paste it into your game
    (WIP - more features will be added in the future)
Please be sure to read the list of current features before you buy the game. It will give you an insight on what is or isn't actually working:

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Performance Notes

Space Engineers is in development and undergoing frequent optimizations. The performance will get better.

The performance depends on the complexity of your world and the configuration of your computer. Simple worlds run smoothly even on low-end computers, but a more complex world with rich object interactions could overload even high-end computers.

Please read our performance advices:

Minimum requirements represent the bare minimum to run simple scenes and don’t guarantee a perfect experience.

System Requirements

    • OS: Microsoft Windows XP (latest SP)
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo 2.0 GHz (or AMD equivalent)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT / ATI Radeon HD 3870 / Intel HD Graphics 4000
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX® compatible on-board
    • Additional Notes: No internet connection required to play the game
    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7 (latest SP)
    • Processor: Intel Quad Core i5 @ 2.5 GHz (or AMD equivalent)
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 / AMD Radeon HD 7800 series
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX® compatible on-board
Helpful customer reviews
314 of 440 people (71%) found this review helpful
64.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
I'm giving Space Engineers a marginal thumbs down at this point (October 2014). There's a lot to like, but also a lot of frustration, if you happen to take the game's name at all seriously. As it stands, it's not so much about "engineering" in space as about wartime industry...

As a sandbox platform, Space Engineers is enormously promising. The construction system is beautifully executed, with a great 'mechanical' feel to it. Harvesting ore, refning and building are great fun. The adjustable pace means you can spend little time grinding, lots of time building. Best of all, the problems of movement in zero-gravity are beautifully solved by an intuitive control system.

Unfortunately, the emphasis in successive updates has gradually shifted almost entirely to PvP - more weapons, more targeting systems, more ways to blow up your friends' bases, and/or defend your own. Obviously, a lot of players are thrilled. But this new direction belies the name "Space Engineers." That name suggests an emphasis on building, and doesn't even hint at destruction or combat.

Meanwhile, the 'adventure' backdrop remains bland and featureless, so there's no incentive to build and explore. Just as you're starting to enjoy the brilliant "space engineering" in this game, you run out of challenges. You really need just one good mining ship and one factory base. All the ore you need can be found just about anywhere. There are no NPCs or mobs. No interesting places to go. No need for shipping, no opportunity for trade, or discovery. No skill tree, or experience to earn. No requirement for food - just metal ore. Not even a need to pressurize your habitats - air isn't a concept, so air-locks just get in the way, and you quickly learn to not bother building them.

True, you can go ahead and build fanciful structures in creative mode. But really, they're all going to be either a) space ships or b) space stations. And there's nothing in the environment to create any meaning in any finer distinctions. Larger ships? Why? There's nothing to transport, no place to take it. Scout ships? Why? There's nowhere to go that isn't exactly like where you are already. More elaborate space stations? Why? With no air, you don't really need a closed-in space at all - a big open platform is far more practical.

I keep hoping that the developers will turn their attention back to sandbox play. Add a few new world types - perhaps with some rare ores that would need searching out. With AI mobs that might randomly challenge your building or defensive ability (without being as wantonly destructive as human players). NPCs that would give you some reason to establish shipping routes, or to build specialized bases and ships. In short, an actual game to make this sandbox come alive.

So, bottom line, I'm giving Space Engineers a thumbs down at this point. PvP fans can ignore this: go ahead an enjoy blowing up each other's elaborate constructions. It's not my idea of fun, but it seems to amuse quite a few people. I'll keep hoping the developers eventually get back to adding more adventure-type elements, and give me a reason to revise this review.
Posted: October 9
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133 of 189 people (70%) found this review helpful
39.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
You're an engineer in space, away from ebola.
You don't get ebola in this game.
No ebola.
Ebola free.
Seriously, guys.
No ebola.
Buy it now. Right now.
No ebola.
Posted: October 6
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36 of 38 people (95%) found this review helpful
26.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Great game with very active developers. THIS is how every Early Access game should be. If you're creative, like space, enjoy playing solo or with friends, this game will provide hours and hours of fun. It's nice to come back to, even after not playing for a while because the devs are always adding new stuff.
Posted: October 9
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20 of 21 people (95%) found this review helpful
1,109.1 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Space Engineers combines space sim with building and does so extremely well. While the Early Access has a lot of bugs, mostly affecting multiplayer, it is still a blast to play building and flying whatever type of ship you want. It has more than just simple building blocks (the default armor blocks) including things like reactors, solar panels, gatling guns, turrets, pistons, rotors, cargo containers, and more - all of which work and have their own functions. Carefully-designed slope blocks allow you to build ships and stations that only look somewhat "blocky", compared to the cubes-only approach of other building games.

Space Engineers supports mods like nearly no other game does, with the ability to add mods to a server, and have the clients automatically download the same mods from the Steam workshop. Because of this approach, everybody in a multiplayer game runs the same mods, all without an external modding program! So you see Earth in your skybox? So do the other players. Got custom weapons for your ship? So does everybody else. I expect this server-based mod approach to become more common to where it becomes the standard.

For Early Access, Keen has done an excellent job with updates and hotfixes that come out weekly (on Thursdays), meaning you can log in once a week and see something fresh, as well as see that progress is being made constantly. This shows me they are serious about the game and they aren't going to just shelf this game before release or before it's ready.

With the update for players to manually control ship turrets, as well as the player-faction features, this game is becoming more and more co-op supportive, where you can control a large ship with multiple players in different roles. Then you could use that ship against other players' crews in PvP, or fight AI once that is implemented (or when mods add AI ships to fight).

Some of the more interesting things you can currently build include: gravity drives, remote-controlled torpedoes, orbital drones, retractable weapons, rotating antenna arrays, giant miners for strip-mining asteroids, detachable countermeasures (decoys), automatically-opening doors (sensors), and escape pods.

Once they fix the Early Access bugs and add enough features to release out of Early Access, I have a feeling this will be in many top 10 lists of best space games for a long time, if it isn't already.
Posted: October 14
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13 of 16 people (81%) found this review helpful
39.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
These guys deserve a damned medal for the constant updates and communication.

I just wish there was a way to go faster than 105m/s
Posted: October 17
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54 of 95 people (57%) found this review helpful
15.1 hrs on record
Early Access Review
"I came to explore space. I left dissappointed."

This game is grand. Grand is scale and looks. It has great mechanics and fantastic multiplayer potential.

However it falls well short of any sort of longevity. The Survival mode itself revolves around plugging yourself into an outlet and charging up energy. In the "Survival" mode there's basically one thing you need to do. Mine.
So pick up a drill, make a ♥♥♥♥ty ship and go dig a hole. That's it. Progression? There is none. Blueprints, unlockable schematics, anything? Nope. Earthworm Engineers more like it.
Build a space station out of the same four blocks you'll use for everything else NOTHING with it. Can't even decorate it with ..well..anything.

It's beautiful, it has potential to be an expansive, amazing, hardcore survival / exploration game..yet the devs have recently shot down any sort of interest in including anything that would enhance a multiplayer survival mode. Expansive world to explore, but guess what..there's nothing in it! The developers decided against adding any form of AI. So no enemies, no rebel ships trying to shoot you down. NOTHING. That is what this game really amounts to. Shiny, shiny nothingness.

Sure, you can mess with physics, do some fun stuff like that. Go into creative and build a massive ship. That's awesome! But what's the point? In "Survival" building..well..anything nets you..well..nothing. There's nothing opposing you, nothing. Mining nodes are not varied, random ghost ships float around and do nothing, and there are no planets or structures to go to.

In my honest opinion they should hand this game over to the modding community and let some people with actual ambition and scope get on the project. The modders of Minecraft came up with a more indepth and exciting "Space" mod. I had to worry about oxygen, food, light, a home, my suit, finding blueprints, expanding my station, avoiding monsters.

Just beneath the surface is something great, it's awfully sad to see the developers squandering it. But it's their game and my money, and I'll be taking it elsewhere in the future.

"General Statement. These are my thoughts on the game. Any opposing or likeminded feelings are welcome to be directed and discussed at me, however, don't be an idiot about it."
Posted: October 5
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
64.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
A very interesting sandbox game, with realistic enough physics, efficient building interface, many mechanics to play with and build smart ships, and a truckload of mods, skyboxes and blueprint to toy with.
Only real downside (beyond not available on Linux ;)) is that this game is very resource-consuming and seems not multi-core friendly, so it may run very slow on medium-range machines.

A MUST-HAVE for anyone liking space navigations, dogfights and unlimited creativity! :)


"Yet another sandbox!"
Indeed. But, what a sandbox!!! While it may seem very similar to Minecraft in essence, Space Engineers holds its own thanks to a few unique aspects:
* SPACE! Building your own spaceship or station then go fight or race with friends is truly a thrill! Especially when creative mode offers a well-thought interface (although there would still be a few improvments to make, like a larger number of toolbars).
* Physics! Well, it's a very similar point. Still, beyond the basics of space navigation, the included mechanics such as rotors, pistons and sensors allow wanabee inventors to (re)create astucious machineries to give some automated glory to your creations!
* MODS! This game has been designed from the get-go to be easily modifiable, and the recent addition of ships/stations blueprints really amps the game! Between reconstruction of famous spaceships, tricky mechanics or slick self-made models, you really can spend hours just trying everything -or designing the next most popular ship on the Workshop!

So, is this game a true gem, without flaws? Unfortunately, no.
1. This game is a resource-hog! It is very CPU demanding and can put down even quad-core if you get a bit heavy on blocks and interactions (it fully crashed my computer once when I fought with friends between half a dozen ships).
While it's partially explained by the richness of interactions and creativity, everything cannot be overlooked.
If your computer is more than 2 years old, unless it was high-end at the time you won't enjoy it fully.
2. Survival is basically boring for now. Only difference with creative is occasional meteor showers, keeping an eye on your internal battery, and SPENDING TWO HOURS JUST TO BUILD A SMALL SHIP ! 'Cause you'll have to drill, build a refinery, drill rare minerals, refine them, order component manufacturing and assemble them, and EVERY STEP IS RIDICULOUSLY SLOW! So unless you start in "scenarii" it's just an uninteresting waste of time... For now at least.
Posted: October 23
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
81.6 hrs on record
Early Access Review
This review is of the Early Access (pre-release) version of the game, current as of 10/13/2014, and pertains almost exclusively to the Survival mode of the game.

Early access it may be, but Space Engineers is worth a look if you enjoy builders (eg. Minecraft-style) games. I've spent much of the past weekend mining, refining, assembling, and then building the components of various ships and devices, to much enjoyment. Flight is Newtonian, jetpacks are standard, and the freedom of flight on top of the construction mechanics is enjoyable.

However, like most builder games, Space Engineers has a large element of resource collection and extraction. In this case, it's also part of the charm - there's nothing like building your first tunnel-boring machine and using it to core right through an enormous asteroid - but expect to spend some time mining if you're not simply playing creative mode. That means some relatively mundane mining - whether it's small scale mining by hand, or large scale resource extraction. It also means finding ores, but the game provides tools for this (ore detectors, lights, and conveyor/connector systems) to permit a player to facilitate this as much as possible mechanically without actually removing it.

When creating a survival mode world, give some consideration to your intended style of play. For instance, the game offers the opportunity to let welding (construction), grinding (deconstruction), refining (ores into ingots), assembly (ingots into components), and general inventory size be faster, more efficient, or simply larger. These changes can alter a survival mode game into something much more like the creative mode, or allow a single player to have the ability to move the ores and components of ten men when multiplayer is not available. None of this will stop a single player from playing as they wish, but it will have an impact on the level of tedium a player may have to ignore or overcome to enjoy the game.

Full disclosure: I'm currently playing a "all settings realistic" Lone Survivor start, where I've gotten my first mining barge up and running despite starting with nothing more than a hand drill and the basic machines needed to process ores and materials. There's a sense of satisfaction attached to starting with "nothing" and bootstrapping yourself into an effective spot.

As it's early access, the only "threat" the game proivides is in the form of wandering mostly-passive cargo vessels (turrets ahoy) to attack, scrap, or plunder (optional and default to off), or metor swarms hammering your landing pads and ships. Metors can be avoided easily by building some basic armor for your stations, or building them in the shadow of the rocks, but on the highest settings you'll be hard pressed to avoid the constant barrage of rock from above.

I'd recommend this - but keep in mind it's a lot like Minecraft. Sandbox and passive play is the order of the day, not frenetic action. (Though, the game certainly seems to support it, with gatling guns and rocket pods along with its assault rifles and jetpacks.) It's a much more spartan and simple affair than its learning curve will initially indicate, but there's plenty of sand from which to build your castle-in-the-sky.
Posted: October 13
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10 of 13 people (77%) found this review helpful
186.6 hrs on record
Early Access Review
It's a lot like a space version of Minecraft, even though I have very little experince with Minecraft, but from what I've seen and heard this is what it feels like. Though it looks A LOT better and you can actually make ships and any other crazy stuff that you can think of, even though it could still use some work. 9.5/10 Dash Approved.
Posted: October 6
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11 of 15 people (73%) found this review helpful
14.5 hrs on record
Early Access Review
So much fun! this game is pure gold, it's amazing! must buy!!!! what are you waiting for? so much to do.... 10/10, i recommend this game to everyone!
Posted: September 28
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
22.8 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Space? Yes
Engineering? Yes
Worth a buy? Yes

Really fun game, just needs some scenario based events. There are astroid showers but would be intersting to see basic AI ships attacking based etc.
Posted: October 16
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
17.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
real engineers play space engineers!!
that moment when you've played 17 hours and still have no idea what is beacon use for, how to build a spaceship, make a station that works
you'll realize you are just minecraft's ♥♥♥ that loves playing with block

true story, so prepare yourself before buying.. are you the real engineer??
yeah cause playing minecraft doesnt make you an engineer..
Posted: October 10
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12 of 18 people (67%) found this review helpful
18.6 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Makes you want to become a real astronaut.

Posted: October 11
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
117.6 hrs on record
Early Access Review
22:43 - Sirofficialpotato: Btw, is space engineers good :3? Is it true its just all about ramming stuff?
22:43 - Sirofficialpotato: Whoa. That sounds wrong o.o
22:43 - Yellow: XDD
22:44 - Yellow: Nah, not just about ramming things
22:44 - Sirofficialpotato: But you can ram things?
22:44 - Yellow: yes :3
Posted: October 11
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Been playing quite a short time.

Managed to crash a spaceship into a spaceship and an asteroid at the same time, and banged my head into a spaceship so I died. Now also managed to set up turrets on a station which recognized me as a threat, resulting in me having to build a bulletproof ship with warheads on it to deal with my own rogue station.

10/10 would die again.
Posted: September 26
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
58.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Incredible experience. Very well excecuted. The game provides little to no information about how to play it but you can find tons of Youtube videos that will get you up and running in a matter of minutes.

Personally I would love to see more stuff to do in the game, specially missions of some sort, a progression system to keep players engaged and hostile AI factions to fight with.
Posted: October 9
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
28.5 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Interesting game, very fun in a LEGOs in SPAAAACE kinda way. The only bad mark i can give it is the autosave, either my PC isnt beefy enough, or it basically pauses for 30 seconds every few minutes to backup the map.
Posted: October 10
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
26.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Dude this is mad rad. I made a space ship on a server and logged off. Then a meteor struck it and flung it into space. My buddies then flew after it and caught it in the claws of a massive mining ship, then brought a second smaller ship to tug-boat it back.
Posted: October 14
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
7.1 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Never ever try to get as far away as possible using jetpack, Trust me.
Also I would wait for some big patches before starting to play it again
Posted: October 7
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
14.8 hrs on record
Early Access Review
A game where you put hours of effort into creating a good-looking, functional, extensive space station, only to see it crumble to pieces once it gets hit by asteroids.
Posted: October 3
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