Construct Airships and wage war in a sandbox world populated by floating islands, sprawling skies and adventure. Ride on ships and build them while your motley drive you forward, toward exploration. Persistent player servers and much more await!
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Veröffentlichung: 17. Juli 2014

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Wozu Early Access?

“Sky Nations has been iterative game from it's initial release on other platforms. Developed by lone developer Ben Johnson it has been hugely beneficial to have community input and experiment with mechanics and change them based on feedback. Early Access fits this perfectly and will help to make Sky Nations a better game when it releases it's complete state!”

Wie lange wird dieses Spiel ungefähr den Early Access-Status haben?

“Sky Nations will hopefully be leaving Early Access in Q4 2014 as a more completed and rounded experience.”

Wie soll sich die Vollversion von der Early Access-Version unterscheiden?

“The full version will be a combination of all the updates during Early Access.

Features planned for the finished game are:
  • Capturable Sectors for Nations. Which can defend your ships and creations.
  • More player and ship weapons of various different types.
  • More island types with creatures and mechanics based around them.
  • Manufacturable ships and other perks for Nations.
  • Music that adapts to what is happening to the player.
  • A sound overhaul to many of the current placeholder sound effects.
  • Further access to server functionality in the Modding API.

Was ist der derzeitige Stand der Early Access-Version?

“Sky Nations has a lot of the base mechanics available to play that will make up the finished game. However this is still a game in development. There is still quite a lot of content based on these mechanics to come and a lot of community driven bug testing too reach a stable build and balanced builds.”

Wird dieses Spiel während und nach Early Access unterschiedlich viel kosten?

“Sky Nations will likely rise in price when the game is more complete and has more content, however those who purchase the game now will receive these updates for free up to the game's completion.”

Wie werden Sie versuchen, die Community in den Entwicklungsprozess mit einzubeziehen?

“Since Sky Nations receives iterative updates every couple of weeks community feedback is super important to both balancing and improving the game. Since it's first public release the community has helped find bugs and suggest features and changes that have improved the game significantly.”
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7. Februar

Bug Fix - Demo Sign In

Hey guys, if you had trouble logging in as demos on Community 1 it should now be fixed.

Sorry for any inconvience!

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2. Februar

Update 0.99 - Cameras, Horizontal Wedges and Linux Servers

Hey guys, 0.99 is up. This update brings a couple of main features.

The first being Cameras. Cameras come in 3 types(Copper, Steel and Titanium) with increasing video quality and health. They all are accessed via the Camera Monitor, which allows you to see through the eyes of multiple Cameras as well as rotate them. Traditionally in real life we use Cameras for security, however the best use for these new cameras in-game is navigation and awareness. You can control them while your driving and switch between them at any time, including Cameras on docked ships. So strategically placed Cameras can help you dock, park and manoeuvre medium to large ships much easier when you have multiple points of view to do so. Without ruining the perspective with having something like a third person view for the whole ship. They could also be used as security for a larger ship.

Horizontal Wedges have been requested for quite a long time, since the addition of 'vertical' wedges. These are wedges with the slope being horizontally facing. Much like their vertical cousins, they are added at the mesh generation level to make them nice and fast which took a bit of time to get right. Horizontal Wedges exist as a separate item for all their vertical counterparts and are named H-Wedges. This is to make it a bit easier to place them, placing all of the angles with the vertical and horizontal wedges together in one item proved pretty awkward. Although it's not quite as nice as I'd like, to place H-Wedges in set directions you need to place them against a horizontal wall to align them in set directions. Which is a bit different from the Vertical ones which are based on the way your pointing when placing them but proved slightly easier for reliability.

The third and quite time consuming part of this update has been redoing Linux compatibility for the client. Pretty much across the board people host game servers on Linux, the infrastructures already exist and it's cheaper for anyone to rent them due to the Windows licensing fees. The server used to run on Linux through Mono, but as the codebase got bigger and more complex it lost that compatibility, however now Mono is much better and it's pretty important so I spent some time making sure it's back in action. Porting some of the steam stuff the server relies on proved quite awkward and so did the tiny differences between how the game server runs on both platforms, but it's all been wrapped up. Including the minor changes you previously needed to make to script project files run under Linux is handled by the server automatically. The game should be fine to run on a recent version of Mono If you run into any weird incompatibilities with Mono 4.2 or above shoot me a line as it's difficult to manually test all of the game by myself.

You can check out the rest of the changes below. Sorry for the delay on the update overall, I've been having some health issues that's making progress on some days a little difficult.

How to update?
The game client will automatically update. For servers, make a backup of your existing server, then simply copy and overwrite the existing files with new ones you can find here.

Change log
Changes
  • Linux Compatibility for Game Server has been redone(64bit Linux only). Recommend using Mono 4.2 or above for best compatibility(though it’ll probably work on earlier versions).
  • Added Camera/Monitor blocks allowing you to view different parts of the ship using them. Including while driving.
  • Added Copper Camera.
  • Added Steel Camera.
  • Added Titanium Camera.
  • Added keybindings for switching and exiting Cameras.
  • Added horizontal wedges to mesh generation.
  • Added Copper H-Wedge.
  • Added Wooden H-Wedge.
  • Added Steel H-Wedge.
  • Added Titanium H-Wedge.
  • Added Glass H-Wedge.
  • Added Hard Glass H-Wedge.
  • Added Iron H-Wedge.
  • Added Stone H-Wedge.
  • Added a new icon for Fuel Hopper to correct the dynamic one that was incorrectly rendered.
  • Price of items is now in their description. As well as in the Item Database(default: B).
  • The Game Server will now convert csproj files across automatically for Linux file paths.
  • Added ChangeBlockBatch to Mod API.
  • Added BiomeSystem.CreateLand() to Mod API.
  • Updated Mod API documentation to include all methods added in this update and previous ones: http://skynations.net/modapi/annotated.html
Fixes
  • Fixed a bug where custom mod blocks would be removed from client side chunk cache and appear invisible on reload from cache.
  • Fixed a directory issue for Linux server.
  • Fixed steam authentication not working on linux server.
  • Fixed 64bit Steam API binaries on linux.
  • Fixed various compatibility differences between Mono and .NET for Linux server.
  • Fixed jitter at high speeds on clamped chunks due to chunk being moved after being drawn rather than being drawn at same time as parent.
  • Fixed the formatting on recipe new lines.
  • Fixed the price of coloured switches.
  • Fixed price on deconstructor.

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Sky Nations Multiplayer Demo

If you'd like to try being a bandit of the Sky before purchasing Sky Nations a demo is now available on Steam. You can even play with your friends in multiplayer! Check it out here.

Über dieses Spiel

Set in a world where the planets surface is no longer habitable. Sky Nations takes place above the clouds where large airships are the only means of travel. Join up with your friends and build a ship to explore and do battle with players you meet a long the way or the various creatures inhabiting the skies.

Sky Nations is centred around multiplayer cooperative and versus play in a voxel sandbox. Using blocks players can build, destroy and take with harsh but fair mechanics based around freedom for player vs player. There aren't invisible barriers stopping you from destroying blocks or rules against attacking other players. The skies are tough and you need to be tough to survive them!

  • Build ships - As a completely multiplayer orientated experience you are free to roam, interact with and build on the ship as it’s piloted by another player. As well as design custom ships for custom jobs such as mining.
  • Crafting - Create unique items for your ship such as radars, generators and cannons!
  • PVP - Whether it's with your ships using cannons, lasers and more or with shotguns as invade enemy bases and form boarding parties players are free to attack or group up with others they may encounter in their travels.
  • Create Nations - Organize your friends to dominate the map and hold key resource points.
  • Modding Support - Textures can be reskinned and the game server comes with a Mod API allowing you to write custom scripts in C#. Which will be expanded with updates.
  • Buildable Wearable Items - Craft items out of blocks to wear and stand out of from other players and use as bartering items.
  • Persistent Player Servers - Host your own servers or join other players servers with ease. Each a unique world generated the first time it is started.

Please Note: Sky Nations is Early Access and still in development. That means that not all the content is finished and many things are place holders or subject to change. There will be bugs! However through the community of players we can get these bugs found and fixed as well as use your suggestions to help balance and improve the game.

Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows Vista
    • Prozessor: 2.3Ghz Multicore CPU or better.
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Modern Dedicated GPU with Shader Model 3+
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Netzwerk: Breitband-Internetverbindung
    • Speicherplatz: 100 MB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
    • Soundkarte: Intergrated or Dedicated Soundcard
    • Zusätzliche Anmerkungen: Minimum requirements may change through game updates.
    Empfohlen:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows 7 or above
    • Prozessor: 2.3Ghz Multicore CPU or better.
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 4 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Modern Dedicated GPU with Shader Model 3+
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Netzwerk: Breitband-Internetverbindung
    • Speicherplatz: 1000 MB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
    • Soundkarte: Intergrated or Dedicated Soundcard
    • Zusätzliche Anmerkungen: Recommended requirements may change through game updates.
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 15. September 2015
Early Access-Review
This is one amazing game. Consider that it is made by one guy it is very good and I spent so many hours on it already. Since the game is currently in development the dev listens to player input which help the game progress in the right direction. Yes there will be some bugs and unbalanced thing but there is a welcoming community to help you get started. However before you buy I would certainly recommend that you try out the demo which is pretty much the whole game and you can play as much as you like!
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I have played the game since before its Steam release and have found its current state a bit worse than it use to be. The drifty ship control is irritating the way the map is sucks compaired to the open world way it use to be and the community hasnt peaked more than 4 players. I came in with high expectations because i did really enjoy the game before it was on steam but now it just isnt worth the money. If it were me i wouldnt purchase until the game has a larger community.
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Verfasst: 1. September 2014
Early Access-Review
niemand spielt dass spiel und ohne gegner oder freunden, jemanden zu berauben ist dass spiel eigentlich TOT
ich hab grad dass spiel gestartet (vieleicht ändert es sich mit der zeit) und nur 2 spieler waren in ein server
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Verfasst: 12. November 2014
Early Access-Review
If you plan on spending many hours building up a base/nation and becoming a dominate player, I advise you not to purchase/download this game. I have been playing this game for about a month now on one of its official servers and have been severely let down. Don't get me wrong, it is a fun game, but when you put in tons of hours developing your base and taking down other nations, only to be targeted by the developers/server people because you took out a nation of one of their friends.

I am usually a quiet player who won't chat much while building for hours on end. Our nation started with about 3 members and now has about 8, with only 3 of us who play on a daily basis. The others log on occasionally every few days or so. The main nation on the server was named Endless Souls who was the server powerhouse. It was obvious from the global chat that the developer and server admins were very friendly with the members of Endless Souls. We spent many hours building up our defenses so our nation could not be overrun.

The only way for a nation to be lost is to have your nation beacon taken out. In order to prevent this, you build around it to either straight up protect it or to disguise it into the surrounding terrain to make it difficult it find.

Not long after our nations defenses were built up, we got attacked for about 3 days straight by the Endless Souls. They were never able to get through our defenses. With our nation beacon built into the terrain, the few ships that were able to get past our initial defenses were unsure of where to go to take out our nation beacon. The day after their last massive attempted invasion, I witnessed the games official server admin, "siroro", tell members of the Endless Souls nation where our nation beacon was located. He did this in global chat.

During that attempted massive invasion, I witnessed one member of the Endless Souls jump into our area with a ship made to look like a ♥♥♥♥♥. That member then proceeding to state in global chat, something to the extent, "i just rammed Aracdia in the a**."

Trash talk has been present in this game since the very first day I played it. I have witnessed many players trash talk on the global chat on a daily basis. Never once did I see anyone be punished for it, until we started to become the server's powerhouse nation. This is when I started to become more vocal in the global chats, questioning why some people were being punished for things that other players had been doing since the first day I started playing. The problem was, that those people who were still trash talking and not being punished for it were friends of the developer and server admins. I remind you that this was all taking place on one of the games official servers.

Another feature in this game, is the ability to leave signs. From the very first day, I have seen profanity laced signs on various maps throughout the server. I, again, never heard one peep from anyone about these signs until members of our nation started leaving them. One thing I should mention is that at the time, the developer and server admin publically stated that profanity was OK to use in global chat. Again, certain members of our nation began to be punished for using profanity when we became the server's powerhouse nation, overtaking the nations of the developers and server admins friends.

When we were finally able to topple the Endless Souls nation and become the main nation on one of the games' official servers, the admin on the games official community server made a former member of the Endless Souls, a chat moderator. Since Sslazz (sp?) has become moderator, he has threatened and even actually muted members of our nation for no reason at all. I will admit, I was muted earlier today by Sslazz for trying to get an answer as to why the leader our nation was banned from the game (I will address this later). At no point in time did I harrass or use profanity towards any of the admins. All I was doing was asking questions, some of which were not being answered and others were being answered with so called violations that never existed before for their buddies.

The reason that being muted is important, is that you are unable to communicate with other players who you may be working with. Sometimes while trying to take out another nation, you will work with other players who are not members of your nation. The only way to do this is through global chat.

Now for the part about our leader being banned. To start I will go back a few days when we took out a certain someone's nation. I won't deny it, our leader was always present in the global chat. Yes, I felt that he took it too far on occasions, but I have seen other players (favorites of the developer/server admins) go just as far, and even further without being punished. That was one reason stated as to why he got banned.

The second reason, was that he created a ship that resembled a ♥♥♥♥♥. Yes, he did do this, but the idea was present in this game since I first saw one used when the Endless Souls attacked us. Nothing was said then, when they used it. When I presented that counter claim to the server admin, he then changed his story to "well he brought it to spawn". I asked him where it stated you couldn't bring certain ships to spawn and he said it was on one of the signs. I proceeded to go to spawn after he said this and could not find a sign stating that. After I brought this to his attention, he then said that he told him in a whisper chat (message can only be seen by receiving party). So certain players have certain rules while others do not? I have seen other ♥♥♥♥♥ shaped ships at spawn before and nothings happened.

I believe the third reason the server admin gave for the ban was the signs he was leaving after we toppled a nation. I have seen profanity used in global chat before, to which the server admin/developer said was fine. I have also seen signs with profanity used before by other players (buddies of the admin/developers), and nothing has happened to them.

The reason that banning people hurts your nation, especially in a nation of a few people, is that your nations defenses are the copper missile pods. The copper missle pods are run by dispersion generators which produce a waste (waste that can in turn be used for fuel in mass generators). The collection tanks for the dispersion generators can only be a max of 512 spaces. Once they fill up (it takes a while to clean the waste out), the dispersion generator stops working and the missile pods also stop working. This makes your nation defenseless and open for the taking.

I honestly don't know if this ban is the developer/admin's idea of how to take down our nation. We have spent hundreds of hours building up our nation, only for the developer/advmin to make us vulnerable because we toppled his buddies nations.

Lastly, after our leader got banned today, the developer, the official server admin, and the chat moderator were all laughing about the ban in global chat. If you want to put tons of time into the game only for your nation to be taken down by the developer and his official server admin, buy it. If not, please look elsewhere for a game.
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Early Access-Review
Full disclosure: I admin Community 1 and Im also a discussion moderator for SN.

However my opinion is based from what I experienced when i was just a player. And what I have seen since then till now from both the developer and the players in the community who give input and speak to, post or email the developer.

As an early access game there will be bugs, and things that need to be adjusted with each new update. New content and mechanics are always being added, revised or even removed based on what the community has to say. So it's something to consider. If you want to complain but never post or email your input you can't expect to see any change. So that is something to consider at this stage in its development.

The developer MrBenjammin is very active in the community and has even been seen hunting the Magmasite Queen with people. From what I experienced before becoming friends with the developer he would log on and jump into my system/sector and check out the latest builds and just have casual conversation about building and mechanics. It was pretty cool to learn straight from him and why I put the steam guide together to share the knowledge. Since I now admin I have seen him do the same with many people and their Nations. I can honestly say he loves seeing what the community comes up with.

If you enjoy building things both stationary and with the capability to pilot it around, shooting someone in the face, being a sky pirate, gathering resources, or hunting bosses with the Developer then give this a chance to make your own decision about it and help shape the game for its full release.
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