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Entropy is an open-universe science fiction MMO with a strong focus on freeform gameplay and large-scale space combat. Explore a hostile galaxy filled with over a hundred solar systems, each completely explorable, where you can hunt, trade, mine and salvage in order to survive.
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“Entropy is a sandbox science fiction MMOG with a strong focus on freeform gameplay and large-scale space combat, and is available right now for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Set in a true open-world sandbox, Entropy is an ambitious entry into the era of community-driven projects, where players will help decide the game’s development direction, helping to build the definitive sci-fi MMO experience.

The Early Access release of Entropy sees us launch with a strong foundation of features, including incredible multiplayer space combat, where each instance can hold more than a hundred simultaneous players all battling for supremacy, and a player-driven trading system, where both trading stations and players will determine the state of the economy. Add to this, mining, salvaging and exploration (of over a hundred explorable systems), as well as a developing dynamic mission system, and you have a game with scale, ambition, and the desire to build a community who wish to develop the best experience possible.

We’ll be releasing updates approximately every week, with a major update being delivered roughly every month. As an Alpha build, there will be some bugs, and features that are being fleshed out further or are yet to be included, so bear that in mind. However, we want our community to be vocal, creative and passionate, so please get involved in the discussion on the Entropy Steam Community pages and help us create the definitive MMO experience.”
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Entropy Release Notes - 4 June 2014

4. juni

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Abilities - six new abilities and a new type of consumable drone have been added, and many abilities have received updated visual effects
  • GUI - many new and improved features, including trade and combat logs, friends list, chat improvements and a visual update for the HUD
  • Containers - create a temporary container in space that can be used in various ways, including for trading items and Credits between players
  • Targeting - it's now easier to manually select targets (default hotkey [R]) and the range at which 'select nearest hostile' and 'select nearest friendly' will function has been increased

Once again we're afraid the full notes are too long to be posted here - please see the forums for the full release notes.

Thanks!

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Entropy Release Notes - 20 May 2014

20. maj

HIGHLIGHTS
  • New player experience - tutorial improvements and new Pilot Manual to teach you the basics
  • 3D gameplay - revised and expanded Sectors to explore
  • CODE Power Management - revised CODE system and GUI makes it easier to adjust your ship's performance on the fly
  • Faults - ships and modules can now develop problems and system failures through damage and defeat
  • Plus many bug fixes, improvements and balance adjustments!

Please see the Entropy forums for the full release notes - they were too big to fit in an announcement!

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Entropy is an open-universe science fiction MMO with a strong focus on freeform gameplay and large-scale space combat. Explore a hostile galaxy filled with over a hundred solar systems, each completely explorable, where you can hunt, trade, mine and salvage in order to survive. In Entropy, you can play the way you want, and take part in shaping a universe where you, the players, are in control.

Key features

  • Massively multiplayer Space Combat
    Entropy finally delivers a true dogfighting experience in an MMO environment. Experience the thrill of skill-based combat set against a massively multiplayer arena, where up to a hundred simultaneous players per instance can fight for supremacy.

  • Dynamic Trade
    Economics is the engine that drives the universe of Entropy, and a good knowledge of supply and demand can make you a fortune. Whether you play the market and trade between different stations, transporting goods across star systems crawling with pirates, mine rich asteroids or loot ancient relics, there are many routes to riches.

  • Customisation
    A deep character development system allows you to customize yours skills and ship modules to be the best possible pilot in the role that you want to play. Offensive, defensive and passive abilities allow you to customise your approach to combat and survival. Add to this a deep avatar creator with infinite variations, and you have a game intent on making each player unique and specialised.

  • Exploration
    Entropy already has 120 explorable star systems that can be interacted with on three different gameplay levels. The Galaxy map allows you to plot routes across the galaxy, through safe or hostile territory. The System map is where you travel between locations, hunt down players with valuable loot, and discover Sectors containing rich mining fields and ancient derelicts. These Sectors are the 3D levels in which the action will take place. Many sectors are permanent features of a system, but there are also dynamic Sectors that will only appear through persistent exploration.

    Entropy is a true MMO - not just an arena shooter or a single-player game with added online functionality. You can interact with thousands of other players - some friendly, many hostile. Your actions will shape and influence the persistent universe.

Early Access Founders program

Entropy's Founders program is designed to benefit our early adopters by providing a range of benefits, including a generous amount of starting funds and no character or stat resets prior to the full launch. Other benefits include exclusive character creation assets, ships, skins and increased character slots. There are no Microtransactions in the Entropy Early Access, so when buy the game, you get the game, whatever the package.

Colonist



  • Full access to the game, free updates and new content every month during Early Access
  • No character reset in early access, get ahead before launch
  • 2 character slots
  • Bonus credits! Start with 250,000 Credits

Explorer



  • Full access to the game, free updates and new content every month during Early Access
  • No character reset in early access, get ahead before launch
  • 4 character slots
  • Exclusive options in avatar creation
  • Bonus ship! In addition to one of the standard starter ships, choose from:
  • Razorwasp fighter class
  • Raven scout class
  • Photon clipper class
  • Bonus credits! Start with 500,000 Credits (Applies only to the first character created - additional characters receive standard starting cash)
  • Chat highlight - your name will be highlighted Orange in all in-game chat channels

Founder



  • Full access to the game, free updates and new content every month during Early Access
  • No character reset in early access, get ahead before launch
  • 8 character slots
  • Exclusive options in avatar creation
  • Bonus ship with unique skin! In addition to one of the standard starter ships, choose from:
  • Razorwasp fighter class with unique skin
  • Raven scout class with unique skin
  • Photon clipper class with unique skin
  • Bonus credits! Start with 1,000,000 Credits (Applies only to the first character created - additional characters receive standard starting cash)
  • Chat highlight - your name will be highlighted Blue in all in-game chat channels
  • The Epic package includes 2 additional Colonist versions of the game to gift to your friends

Systemkrav til PC

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista 64-bit
    • Processor: 64-bit Dual Core CPU running at 2.0 GHz or higher
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card supporting Shader Model 3.0 and 512 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    • Additional Notes: Network latency less than 200ms; Network bandwith at least 512Kbit/s
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
    • Processor: 64-bit Dual Core CPU running at 3.0 GHz or higher
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card supporting Shader Model 3.0 and 1 GB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    • Additional Notes: Network latency less than 100ms; Network bandwith at least 1Mbit/s

Systemkrav til Mac

    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.5.0
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU running at 2.0 GHz or higher
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card supporting Shader Model 3.0 and 512 MB
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    • Additional Notes: Network latency less than 200ms; Network bandwith at least 512 Kbit/s
    Recommended:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.8.6
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU running at 3.0 GHz or higher
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card supporting Shader Model 3.0 and 1 GB
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    • Additional Notes: Network latency less than 100ms; Network bandwith at least 1 Mbit/s

Systemkrav til Linux

    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU running at 2.0 GHz or higher
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card supporting Shader Model 3.0 and 512 MB
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    • Additional Notes: Network latency less than 200ms; Network bandwith at least 512 Kbit/s
    Recommended:
    • OS: Ubuntu 13.10
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU running at 3.0 GHz or higher
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card supporting Shader Model 3.0 and 1 GB
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    • Additional Notes: Network latency less than 100ms; Network bandwith at least 1 Mbit/s
Helpful customer reviews
19 af 23 personer (83%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
95.6 timer bogført
Early Access Review
Fun game, needs more players but it is still in early alpha so it's ok. You can play as 1 of 3 corporations, pirate, or independent. You can trade, mine, freight run, passenger taxi, or do pve bounty missions for credits. Or just farm npcs for credits, xp, and loot. When you are part of a corporation you can fight to take over stations of other corporations. When you are pirate everything turns hostile including players and you can only dock at independent stations. Independent players can only be attacked by pirates. The starter combat ship is decent enough to be able to pvp at the start of the game.

Has a dynamic market system and tax rate. Crafting is soon to be implemented into the game. Only 12 ships available for purchase right now, more to come later. 4 starter ships. Skills come with levels and you can increase damage, shields, hull points, speed, turning, radar range, cargo space, etc. Revamping costs credits according to level. Abilities can be bought at certain stations and use energy. Fuel is used to make jumps through gates when you purchase a ship. Starter ships don't use fuel. When you purchase a ship you can learn about the CODE system which lets you allocate power to different subsystems like shields, weapons, or engines. There are modules you can install to your ship to have certain benefits like more weapon damage, faster engine speed, or better turning. Also modules allow you to increase your cargo space or convert your cargo space to accomodate passengers for taxi missions.

This game has a lot and is only in alpha. Highly recommend for purchase. You can see the potential of the game and know it is worth the money. The devs are very active in the community. It just might take a while before the ball starts rolling.
Indsendt: 23. juni
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9 af 10 personer (90%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
30.1 timer bogført
Early Access Review
The game is very much fun. I played at the early access and the population was a little bit small now knowing the grows the game totally catches one self. the athmosphere, the soundtrack does the rest, gives you a real good sci fi feeling.

i am a pvp maniac and yes ... that game is awesome for pvp its tactics etc are very much of what you need!

The grafics are awesome too plus the handling of the ships is somewhat unique. The developement team is very much into patching and working with the community! so that i like!

so go play and maybe add me :D

Indsendt: 14. juli
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13 af 18 personer (72%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
1,610.4 timer bogført
Early Access Review
This game is awesome and what is more awesome is that the developers are working hard to make it in to exactly waht the players are asking for. It has alot of content already and alot more interesting content have been planned so it has GREAT potential. Every patch is like christmas, they are great and frequent.

10/10
Indsendt: 22. juli
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23 af 37 personer (62%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
2.5 timer bogført
Early Access Review
I know this game is early access, and that there will be bugs and things that are not quite complete, and I accept that, so I am not going to mention anything involving bugs or glitches, and will instead focus on the playability and feeling of the game.

To be blunt, this game is an unplayable abomination.

The only good thing I can say about it, is whoever worked on the character creation did a good job, as for the rest of the game, not much good can be said.

When I first started, I chose to be a merchant, and went through the tutorial. As a merchant, you start off with a ship that handles like a brick that is drifting in space. All you get are a couple of crappy laser guns, and you are off, fighting enemies, selling vaccines, and doing stuff.

After a few missions, I found myself noticing how slow and long winded and just plain boring the game was, and found myself bored and frustrated.

The game is so boring, that I literally found myself rolling cigarettes and making sandwiches while I wated for my ship to fly from being in-view of a station to at the door of the station.

I decided to try another character, and this time went with a survival/combat guy. I was given a slightly faster ship, but it looked practically identical to the slow cargo ship I had been given as a merchant. Furthermore, while the top speed of the ship was slightly higher, it still handled like a brick drifting in space.

With the combat ship, I was given a few guns instead of the two lame lazers you get with the cargo ship, but for some reason, I could kill enemies easier with the lame lazers than with the big combat guns. For some reason, they just did not do as much damage.

It seems that whatever you start off as, merchant or fighter, you will have slow unresponsive controls. Also, you will go through the exact same tutorial.

I have not played much at the time of typing this, and I will be checking back in from time to time to see if things improve, and if they do, I will come back and edit this post, but for now, I can't even stand to load the game up and see it.

It is slow, boring, and frustrating. However, it is more than just that, the problems are much more fundamental and deep rooted.

Here are the negative things that I have noticed:

-It is not an open single world, it is divided up into instances that need to be loaded. I understand that space is big, and you can't have loads of solar systems all in one world, but they have not only divided it up by solar system, they have also divided it up by whatever is in each system. Instead of load a solar system and fly from 1 planet to another, you load a solar system, then load a planet, and if you fly too far away from the planet, asteroid belt, ship, or whatever else you are near, you will come to an orange floating grid, that if you go beyond, will take you back to the main menu for what part you want to load.

-Not only does the ship handle like a drifting brick, but the controls have been designed by a madman, because nothing is where you would expect it to be, and it just feels very uncomfortable and awkward to move.

-The loading menu, has been disguised as a 2D top view of your ship flying around the solar system. So instead of just choosing what instance you want to load, you have to fly there very slowly.

-You can fly directly through the sun or planets, and it does not blow you up or do anything to you, this does not seem like a bug either, it looks like its just how its going to be. When you are in the weird flying around slowly choosing what instance to load menu, you can't crash in to anything, suns, planets, ships, whatever, its all without mass.

-The user interface and writing are so small that you simply can't read it. I have this loaded on a large 32'' screen, and no matter what resolution I put it at, all the writing is about size 6px.

-It is too organge. From the logo to the UI, there is orange all over the place.

-There are giant chunks of information that are just missing, with most of the things being unexplained.

-The whole system is totally over complicated for the sake of being over complicated. For example, if you buy a new gun for your ship. First you have to buy the gun, then it will get moved to your warehouse menu. Once this happens, you can open your warehouse and then your ship cargo and drag it over, and once you have done that, you can drag it from your cargo to the slot you want to equip it on.

This means you can end up buying things to trade, only to spend ages slowly flying bored out of your mind to sell them for peanuts, just to discover you left them in your warehouse anyway, and have to fly all the way back again.

-A whole load more that I wont bother boring you with.

How anyone can have the guts to ask for money for this is beyond my understanding. I rather give the cash to a beggar on the street, and at least get the feeling of having helped someone in return.

Buying this game is like paying to be arrested so you can be made to wait for bail.

Overall, I give this one a 2/10 at best. Lets see if it improves with time.
Indsendt: 9. maj
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16 af 27 personer (59%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
67.5 timer bogført
Early Access Review
-Edit- (May 20th), with the new update Entropy is finally working as it is supposed to on Mac OSX. I'll admit it took the team a bit longer than any of us liked to find the issue and fix it. But at least its done and over with and we mac users can finally get around to enjoying the game we payed for.
The 2D map is still around, but there are extensive talks going on about replacing it. So if that is your issue you may be in luck.
The down side is that the fix took so long to come out that the game has lost a number of players and a number of prospective players. So the fan base is lower than on most MMO's.
This is another situation where I wish Steam provided me with a third option other than just recommend or dont recommend. Because this game has potential. I have always said that and continue to say it. It has the right potential to become something really great. But it also has a lot of ground to cover to get there. So its hard to say. Read the other reviews, keep an open mind and remember that they fixed the OSX issues and some other connectivity issues as of yesterday.
-Edit- (April 6th)
I'm just going to keep updating my review here and as I do it I'll date the revisions so you the reader can see how things progressed and evolved.
Ok so as it turns out some of the more helpful people came around and made the game make much more sense. Now I'm not quite as confused as I was. And certainly not as frustrated as I was. (games are not supposed t make you frustrated lol they are supposed to get rid of tension not create it. Then again Im old.)
I guess as these games are sometimes things get heated and people get angry. And well if your a new player and thats the time you come in you can easily get the wrong impression. I will take back what I said before about people not being very helpful. Some are by and large, and they seem to take a genuine care over the game. At the same time there are some that are trying to become the "God of Entropy" before it even starts, but I guess you'll have that with these types of games. There still are plenty of issues and bugs and glitches and all that but I still stick by the fact that it is a great concept and idea.
-Edit- (April 4th)
I have to edit my review after having played for 3 days now I have gotten a better understanding of the game and the very broken balancing issues. Don't believe the crap about people being helpful on here, thats a flat out lie. I've even ran into the people who made those reviews talking about how helpful everyone is, and they weren't very helpful, too busy talking smack to help anybody. Secondly everything and everyone is on the same side except for a small group of people who have decided to be the rebellion. As it is I'm fairly neutral, don't know enough about any one side to say anything but from a production stand point, its not very balanced. I thought this was a new game however it turns out there are indeed people who have been here for months now and are already at godly levels.
So basically, if your wanting to run with the pack, kiss some kids butts, (I said kiss not kick, cause thats what seems to be happening a lot, a lot of trash talk or a lot of brown nosing), have to restart the game anytime you want to go anywhere. And if your wanting to basically struggle for anything if you go alone, or kiss a lot of butt and join up with the ruling class, then by all means get this. However, if any of those things irritate you, then wait and see if this gets better before you purchase. I spent the $99.00 as an investment into a game I thought was going to be fun, I kind of wish I could get a refund. If I had been able to play this for free for a short time before I invested I probably would have still gotten the game but only at the basic level not the higher tiers.
I won't say this will be the last Beta I invest in but I'm going to be much more cautious from now on.
-Original Review- (April 1st)
Ok yes there are issues, but the game is still in Alpha I think, not even Beta yet, so of course your going to find issues and bugs. Don't let the people getting all aggitated about the bugs disuade you. And yes some of these issues are indeed deal breakers, (I'm not going to lie), if your on a Mac as I am you'll currently have some loading issues that will cause you to have to Force quit the game. And in charcater creation picking a name is a pain, mainly because it just doesn't tell you if you picked a name that can't be accepted or is taken, and you will most likely have to back out and reload. However, these are all glitches and minor oversights that I have no doubt will be addressed. I can see that they update regularly, so you know that your investment is valid, (for those of us who have burned by "early access" and Kickstarter before.)
The controls will take you a moment to get used to, but once you do you'll be flying around in no time. I haven't talked a whole lot in chat, but from what I've seen people seem pretty helpful and understanding. Everyone is in the same boat trying to figure out how to even play so no one is trying to be the "God of Space" yet. XD. So if you do get this, unlike many MMO's don't be afraid to talk. People are more about helping each other and figuring out how to play, than they are attacking each other. (Tip; buy gas before you leave the station. and make sure you use that gas to refuel your ship otherwise you just carry it in your cargo to sell.)
Lastly I'll address the different levels of purchase your able to make. After careful consideration I decided I liked what I saw and liked what they were trying to accomplish. So I went ahead and bought the highest package. And I'm not sorry in the least. The bonus money is nice but it isn't so much that your going to dominate the universe with your starter million. The extra ship on the other hand is a game changer. You only get to pick one and you get the extra ship if you buy the middle or high end package, but it really helps out, not so much that you HAVE to have it, but enough that those that do have one of them will notice the difference. But the real thing that came in the package that sold me, was the 2 free passes I could give away to 2 friends. If you have a steam buddy who has a birthday coming up, or maybe your part of a larger gaming crew and want to bring in a couple of allies from the get go. Whatever your reason, playing with friends is always preferrable. Yet at the same time, buying the $99.00 package won't give you that huge of lead, so dont be afraid if you don't have that kind of money to just throw at a game. The ones that did won't have that big of an advantage over you.
So to sum up my review; Its a great game, with a great look and great concept. Yes there are issues, some are cosmetic, some things are just difficult to figure out, and there are some serious gameplay glitches. But, this is just the beginning, and so far they already have a great product that they are going to make fantastic. If dealing with bugs and issues with a Beta bothers you, then maybe you should wait a little while for these things ot get addressed. But I wouldn't pass the game up, just maybe wait. However, if your the type that likes playing in Beta's and helping to find bugs, glitches, issues, and the like, then come on in, the space is just fine.
Indsendt: 3. april
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200 af 239 personer (84%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
5.0 timer bogført
Early Access Review
First of all this game is in a early stage. There are issues and bugs so before you even consider buying it you need to ask yourself if you're patient enough to help an upcoming MMO shape into you want it to be. If you do not have the ability to be able to figure how the game works on your own and deal with problems then I would say your best bet is to move along.

The game is a great concept with lots of potential in my eyes. The graphics are nice and even though there weren't a lot of character creation options (hopefully a lot more will be added) I still made a character that I was happy with. When I first logged in everything was pretty much easy to figure out. Once I got to the station after following my quest line I came across an issue with being unable to find an item to complete my quest.

Once I was able to continue with my mission progress I received another quest asking me to go to an Unknown Sector - I am now unsure of what to do. I leave the station and port out onto the map and there is no direction telling me where to go. I tried exploring on my own but was killed several times. I plan to try again today and figure out where I need to go.

As for combat it's very smooth and fluid and the only thing I don't really like is having to hit "alt" for free mouse movement, which normally but be fine, but it puts your ship in a bit of a freeze frame yet still moving though space. If you could just keep your camera the same and use free mouse that would be great!

Overall I see myself sticking around to help the progression of the game. The devs seem really nice as I have spoken to them and just really friendly people who really want to make a great game that is community focused.

**Update**

I never figured out the mission I was working on and instead I abanonded it thinking it was bugged (it was) then later found out that there is no way to pick up a dropped mission (it was told to me a fix will be implemented to pick abanonded missions back up.)

I decided to try going back to the first station you come across and when I did the mission board was full of missions and the encounters were a lot easier and "green" to me. Only issue I find now is I don't get credit for the missions.

So figured I would toss in a quick update on my review to let everyone know a little expoloring and things can be figured out without tool tips or a guide. However, I do really hope to see a lot more explantion in mission logs and tool tips.
Indsendt: 10. december 2013
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