Empyrion - Galactic Survival is a 3D open world, space survival adventure in which you can fly across space and land on planets. Build, explore, fight and survive in a hostile galaxy full of hidden dangers.
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Release Date: Aug 5, 2015

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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“We need your support and feedback! We are a small development team and Empyrion – Galactic Survival is an ambitious project.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“We are planning to be in Early Access for at least 1 year.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“Many of the core elements of Empyrion are already in place. The full version will have more planets, more diverse planetary biomes, more intelligent enemies, better physics, more functional blocks, quests, trade and an economy.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“The current version of Empyrion - Galactic Survival is stable, playable and already features many elements of the full version. For more detail, see "About This Game" below.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“Yes, we are planning to gradually increase the price during Early Access when we add new content to the game.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“Community involvement is very important for us. We are planning to work closely together with our community, interact on the forums to gather ideas and suggestions, as well as conduct regular surveys to obtain specific feedback from the community.”
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June 23

[June 23, 2016] Alpha 2.0.3: Patch

Hi guys,

We have just released another small patch that addresses the problem with endless loading screen in single player and multiplayer. You should now be able to continue your save games and re-login to your dedicated server. We are sorry for the inconveniences.

Changelog: Alpha 2.0.3 (Build 484)

Bug Fixes:
- Fixed problem with endless loading screen (single player and multiplayer)
- Fixed possible exception after offers were removed from Recent or Pending lists

Changes / Improvements:
- Armored windows and shutter windows are now also allowed on SV / HV

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June 22

[June 22, 2016] Alpha 2.0.2: Patch

Hi guys,

We just released another patch that should now solve the problem regarding the occasional crashes and subsequent corrupted save games (you should now be able to resume these corrupted save games). In addition, we made a few tweaks and improvements.

Thanks to all who sent us their output logs. It helps us big time!!!

Changelog: Alpha 2.0.2 (Build 482)

Improved Marketplace:
- allowed all simple items (that don't need to be crafted) for use in Marketplace (e.g. Ores, Fiber etc)
- items that a player cannot buy due to missing tech tree unlock are no longer displayed in marketplace
- changed name of tabs into: "Wanted" / "For Sale" / "Recent"
- limited offers to the maximum amount that an item can be piled up (e.g., handheld weapons = 1, thruster = 5, etc)
- made price column right-aligned
- credits abbreviation is now in capital letters ("CR")

Other Changes / Improvements:
- Resource meteorites are now only spawned on a dedicated server (and not in singleplayer anymore)
- Added 3 hangar doors with an uneven number of blocks in width
- Flashlight is now unlocked from the beginning
- SV Tier 1 does not need Sathium anymore (no hardened steel blocks used anymore)
- Small O2 Tank (BA/CV) has now 5 slots (instead of 2 slots)

Bug Fixes:
- Fixed crash linked to decoration that sometimes appeared and subsequently corrupted save game

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Reviews

“What’s most impressive is that this is all pre-alpha, but there’s so much to do, to craft, to explore. It’s huge, and barely even the tip of the iceberg if Eleon Game Studios’ future plans work out.”
PCGamesN

“Oh my, Empyrion – Galactic Survival might be the The Martian simulator I’ve been craving since I read Andy Weir’s book.”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

“Steam-style survival with traces of No Man’s Sky? Interesting!”
Kotaku

Workshop

Enrich your gameplay experience with blueprints from the Empyrion workshop: browse great collections of community created vessels and bases, try new and uncommon designs - or upload your own projects!

About This Game

Empyrion - Galactic Survival is a 3D open world space sandbox survival adventure. Build mighty ships, menacing space stations and vast planetary settlements to explore, conquer or exploit a variety of different planets and the allegedly empty space! Fight human, alien and biological hazards and survive in a hostile galaxy full of hidden dangers - on your own or with your friends. The game uniquely combines elements from space simulations, construction games, survival games and ego-shooters. Empyrion is currently under development by Eleon Game Studios.

Space and Planet Exploration:

An absolute free-roaming experience awaits you: warp between planets, fly from planet to moons, land on planets and freely walk around to explore your surroundings. Discover the secrets of the Aliens and tangle with the native fauna and flora. A sandbox full of different, vivid planets waiting for you to explore!

Solar System and Open World:

The solar system is procedurally generated and features several planets and POIs. Each planet has its own characteristics (planet type, gravity, atmosphere, number of moons, terrain, surface, vegetation, climate, and resources).

Building and Construction:

Build large capital vessels, small fighters or exceptional space and planetary bases by yourself - or download a blueprint from the Steam Workshop and customize it with your very own ideas of form and function!

Survival Mode:

Get out of your escape pod, grab what's left from your ship and prepare to survive in a hostile environment. Food and oxygen are rare, resources are scarce, ammo is low and dangers lurk around each and every corner. Keep your eyes open. You need to be well prepared if you want to survive more than a day on an alien planet far away from Earth.

Creative Mode:

Just build and make your crazy dreams come true, without having to bother with food, resources or enemies. Join the Creative Community and upload your creations to the Steam Workshop!

Singleplayer and Multiplayer

Play as a lone wolf in singleplayer or join the multiplayer community: Make yourself a comfortable home in a well-protected PvE area or pick up some friends, head out and beat the permanent dangers of PvP planets to ransack their riches or conquer the solar system with your faction.

Wildlife and Enemies:

Don't get mislead by the peaceful fauna of some planets and the silence in space. Most of the animal wildlife wants to snack on your leg - and aggressive robot drones, alien soldiers and their guardians will try to hunt you down as soon as you are within sight. Watch your six and deploy a range of weapons for your defence.

Mining and Resource Gathering:

For building and construction, you need to gather and mine resources. Dig down to the rich deposits of a planet or drill through an asteroid full of rare ore. You might also plunder alien buildings or scrap any structure you come across.

Extensive Crafting System:

Learn how to combine resources and building materials to craft your equipment. Craft your stuff in your base or while you are on the move and equip your buildings and vessels with a range of different devices, weapons and gadgets for different purposes.

Hunting, Farming and Food System:

Grow your own vegetables and fruits or hunt creatures for their meat to prepare yourself a delicious meal. Some plants help to create medical supplies while others can be picked up and consumed for first aid or to quickly settle your empty stomach.

Experience and Tech Tree:

Do whatever you want - and gain experience points for doing so! Scrap that old stuff and use the points to unlock those shiny new devices in the Techtree.

Terrain Deformation:

Each planet features a voxel-based terrain. You can entirely modify and deform the terrain: flatten it for your planetary station, dig holes to find resources or build a tunnel system to protect yourself. Empyrion is a true sandbox game!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows (7, 8 and 10), 64-bit system required
    • Processor: Dual-Core Processor 2.5 GHz or better
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 or equivalent (at least 1GB VRAM)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX® compatible
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows (7, 8 and 10), 64-bit system required
    • Processor: Quad-Core 2.8 GHz or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 or better (with 2GB VRAM)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX® compatible
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Damonvile
( 1.6 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 29
The worlds feel stale with very little danger. The crafting was painful. Building dozens of parts for even the simplest things, didn't feel complex just overly complicated.

I'm sure at some point the game gets better, but for what I saw in the first 2 hrs, it wasn't worth keeping.
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John the Terrible
( 13.9 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 29
I'm really loving this game! :) :) :)

11/10
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Heisenberg
( 11.8 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 29
Very fast evolving of this game is very big + thing for, me. Have huge potentieal and limitless options of developing.. Good luck and please don't f..ck up this good game :D
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N@sHuL
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 29
Lack of an FOV slider. Motion sickness thingy. I have found forum posts requesting this feature dating since the first days the game was released. Still not implemented.

If almost a year has passed since such a simple feature was requested by the community and no response, I wonder what happens to the more complex features the community asks for.
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Partack
( 27.4 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 28
Product received for free
FUN =D really enjoying it after 2 days, got it as a gift and was skeptical, but it's basically minecraft feed the beast and space engineers rolled into one game. Digging caves is really fun and i like how it feels like minecraft, they got the balance right. =) Bit more work on the npcs and this could sustain me for years!
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Rhu_An
( 283.2 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 28
Awesome game, if you want to build spaceships and fight with them, you have to try this game. Single player is awesome to learn the basics before jumping into multiplayer. But in the long run, multiplayer is where it starts to get fun, single player gets VERY boring once you visit all the planets and get some of the rare ores.

The game is updated 2-3 times per month, and it is constantly being improved with new features, the devs are trying to work out all the reported bugs, but with every update a few new ones pop up. This is not a big issue, and they will definitely adress the most annoying ones very quickly, within a couple of days.

One thing i love about this game is the workshop support. You don't have to spend days trying to figure out how to make a good ship, just check the workshop and you will find literally thousands of blueprints to try out, and just jump to the fighting. Some people really like building them, and play this game only to build stuff (there is creative mode with unlimited resources), and they really made some works of art.

In short, i am glad i bought this game, and i'd recommend it to everyone who loves space fights.
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ForgePaths
( 346.0 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 28
Failed!

I tried more than once to play this game but it is far to unstable to be called an alpha.
It is at bests a poor of concept maybe with a decade of work they could get it right.
The game really could be good but sadly the constant bugs and errors that go unfixed.
I could list them all but when the basic mechanic Warping does not work it is barely a game.
Play this game if you want to spend days working on things only to loose them to an error.
If you play on a server exspect the server to be wiped every update.
Basicly if you care about your time this game is not for you.
I though they had Fixed bugs so i came back to play again that was my fault do not make my mistake.
I can not recomend this game for any player.

I have put my time in the developers have not.

Early should not mean unstable stop adding features and fix bugs!
I have lost my confidence in the development team based on the recent updates and there quality.
Adding new mechanics is a sure fireway to fail when the most basic mechanics have had the same issues from day one.
This is a space game where you can not warp and be sure you and your ship end up in the same place.
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[TF]ApsidalData42
( 1.3 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 28
My experience in this was quite awful so awful that i refunded it. But i would never recommend this to anyone (even if I hated them). This game literally gave me cancer (it killed my dog). My grandkids have cancer and the're not even born.
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Zendule
( 196.4 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 28
I do not know how to explain this game. I know it is adictive once you get your feet planted (it can be hard on some servers) It is the perfect mix between Minecraft and Battlefield. I love to build, explore, and PVP. However, it is also great to get away from pvp for a little while by going to PVE planets.

It is worth the money, look how many hours I have already played it and I spent 20 bucks for me and my wife. My wife loves the game as well, she is more towards the building side of things though. I would happily spend the money again. If you are looking for a fun / helpful server check out Obsidian Fear
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PANDAAA
( 15.7 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 28
Two times wasted time for this game, first was bug which deleted half of my base(with all resources).
Second is that I have no ores at akua moon(so I just can't make CV and fly away).
"Thank you very much", developers!
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81 of 105 people (77%) found this review helpful
33 people found this review funny
Recommended
289.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 14
1. ran around wondering what to to
2. found out how to build a base and Various ships
3. proud of my first ship and throught i'l go to the moon
4. didnt make it....
5. After a while created my first CV
6. warped to a new planet, got shot to hell... but made it to the planet with my SV
7. gathered resources to make a new warp drive to get back
8. made a warp drive and as I travelled to the CV it kinda disapeared
9. asked the gf for help (as we only play this on multiplayer survival)
10. she comes to get me in her CV
11. we both got shot to hell, managed to escape in the SV's
12. gathered resources and rebuilt a CV on the planet we we're stranded on
13. managed to get home in one piece
14. took a few hours on building a massive CV, after a week found out that we built it wrong
15. destroyed the CV and rebuilt again
16. warped to a new planet we hadn't explored yet..
17. as we exited warp, REALLY bad things happen, escaped in our SV's again
18. cried alot, gathered compsure and built base and vehicles
19. got attacked by drones and died alot
20. more crying
21. gladly do it all again

to those who have patience and love building / designing in a sci fi scale that is awesome, you'l love this game, okay its got bugs as in alpha stage, gladly read other reviews for positive feedback and comments, this is a truely great game that will suck you in.
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24 of 29 people (83%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
186.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 5
Drilling in the morning should not be my new favorite thing... But there you have it folks... I find myself getting up before the family, making some coffee, and tip-toeing to the computer just to get in an hour of pure indulgence.
Empyrion: Galactic Survival
As a new friend of mine put it, this game picks up where MineCraft leaves off. Crash land on a planet, and get through the quest driven tutorial, learning how to survive on an alien world with very few supplies and materials in a single player, open Solar System. Not an open world,... a WHOLE SOLAR SYSTEM to explore!
The graphics are fantastic. While you can make your structures completely boxy as hell; you are not cornered into it. Different tools you can make can give you a VARIETY of shapes of blocks to craft with, colors to pigment, and letters to work with. The higher up the tier you go in technology, the faster and better tools you can make.
Gather your friends, and watch your game play fly as you build team skills, fight enemies, strategize, and coordinate. The sky is NOT the limit when you hop into your Starship and warp to other planets. Or even BETTER. Hop into creative mode to have unlimited resources, and make blueprints of any vessel OR* structure you create. (Sometimes, it's both... Just saying...) Simply put in the required resources in the "Factory", hit the button, and wait a pre-designated time frame for production, and Viola! Instant Base/Hovercraft/Small Plane/Star-Class Vessel. And if it's really good, share it with the entire Steam Community or your friends!
I can't say ENOUGH good things about this game. It's my new favorite, and you'd think Drilling ore for 15 mins straight (or more depending on the size of the vein) would be boring right? Guess again. It's thrilling. Fear of patrols, Fear of keeping your base, your gear, and your vehicles (hovers, Small vessels, and Star Class ships) keep you on the edge of your seat. And visiting other planets? Forgetaboutit. This is one experience you can't live without if you like MineCraft, Subnautica, or even 7 Days to Die.
Unlock Technology! Find Rare ores, catalog alien life, Be the Frontier Astronaut you've always dreamed of. Just set an alarm for getting off the computer, or you'll get sucked into this world...
I've mentioned this game before, and recently. But I've been to busy playing the damn thing to put together any tutorial videos or write a review. And normally, I can't WAIT to write about stuff.
It's in Alpha stage still, so buy it cheap now, because I'd pay way more.
This game is only going to get better. And it's a worthy game now. A few glitches, but I'm sure they'll fix them before release. For an Alpha stage game, this is IMPRESSIVE.
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12 of 14 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
124.6 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 17
If you do not like the planet you are on, you can build a ship and fly out of it. I have always wanted a game that I could do that. I usually refer to Empyrion as No Man's Sky's little brother. If you are waiting for No Man's Sky to release, Empyrion is a great way to get ready for it. Empyrion employs gameplay over graphics. The visuals may not be fantastic, but the gameplay makes up for it. The environment is destructible, which is nice when no enemies... nor friendlies are nearby waiting to get exploded. I really like the idea of the control panel. It is sort of a topology that you can access after creating a base or vessel. From there you can access your storage, fuel and oxygen tanks without moving. This makes it so its not necessary to have everything physically accessible. If you are lazy, you do not have to walk as much either. Server owners can customize the universe players will be experiencing. They can name planets, place them wherever they like and determine how far apart they are. There are three types of vehicles;

- Capital Vessels, Hover Vessels, and Small Vessels.

Capital Vessels are the big ships that you can live in and are necessary to traverse the solar system with warping. Hover Vessels are on planet vehicles that are used as basic mobility. What makes them unique is they can be equipped with a harvesting tool that can chop down trees, or creatures.... I typically do not use these but everyone has their own tastes, I would rather use a CV or SV. Small Vessels are typically smaller versions of Capital Vessels which can be used on planet or in space but cannot warp to other planets like CVs can. CVs and SVs can fly underwater. Each of these vehicle types can either be chosen from the Steam workshop, crafted then spawned in, Or you can pick from the vehicles pre-built by the game developers. The Steam workshop is heavily integrated in Empyrion. From the workshop you can pick from bases and vehicles designed by other people and spawn it in your world after crafting it. And I must say, most of what is created in workshop is pretty fantastic.

With bases and vehicles comes responsibility. Everything needs fuel to run. There is a mineral called Promethium that can be crafted into fuel. How much fuel you have is shown visually when entering a vehicle or through the control panel on bases. To reduce fuel usage, one needs to place generators and fuel tanks to hold more fuel. Most planets do not have oxygen readily available in the atmosphere, to remedy this, one can either carry small oxygen packs in their inventory or store oxygen tanks in a base or vessel. Oxygen is created by placing an oxygen generator on a water source. After fueling it, overtime oxygen is produced in propane tanks. You can store these in oxygen storages and use them from an oxygen station. With this mechanic in the game, you can live on planets without oxygen in the atmosphere if you desire. Do not forget to wear your helmet.

Crafting is relatively simple. There is a wiki pagefor the game if you need to know the hows and wheres of materials, it is very helpful. Ore deposits and meteors typically come in large groups so if you have the patience for it, you will be set on minerals for a while. Most of your materials will go towards creating vessels and bases.

Personally, I really enjoy Empyrion and recommend it to anyone who enjoys open world survivals and find the thought of solar system sandbox interesting. Even for an Early Access game, Empyrion has plenty to explore and much to experience.
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9 of 11 people (82%) found this review helpful
Recommended
126.1 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 24
Product received for free
This is only the second time I've been motivated to write a review for a game. I hope that's telling.

Empyrion is outstanding and continually getting better. The devs release updates almost too frequently! Empyrion is basically all the things I like about Space Engineers minus the over-detailing and tedium. It focuses on gameplay over simulation, but doesn't do it so much that you have to suspend you belief.

I've had some fun, and stupid, stories come from my play time. That's always a sign of a game well-played. For example, I was flying a fairly short-ranged attack ship and I spotted a drone out of range. I stopped the ship hovering in the air, climbed out on the canopy to snipe the drone, and promply fell off and made a small crater in the planetary surface. The events that transpired trying to get back up to my ship before it was destroyed by the drone will stick with me.

Here's what I like most:
- Building things! Ship building is fairly simple and straight-forward, but so much fun. Optimizing a build for asthetic and performance is very interesting to me. It's much more like putting cooperating legoes together than a welding simulator. This applies to the whole game - you're always working on a new project, be it a planetary explorer, a space fighter, a hover tank, a space station, capital ship, or drop ship.
- Exploration and mining. This isn't exactly a new thing, but it works well with my sense of build achievement. I go out and gather what I need and make something cool with it.
- It's not too simple and it's not too easy. If you make a stupid mistake, you can be punished for it. If you plan carefully and execute a nice attack on a drone base, it's very rewarding.

Here's what's still a bit lacking:
- Intelligent AI enemies.
- Automation. There really isn't any outside of production. If you're flying a capital ship in planetary gravity it drains fuel quickly. It'd be nice not to have to stop and refuel quite so frequently, especially when you have nearby cargo containers full of extra fuel.
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13 of 21 people (62%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
3.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 23
it is a good game, but in survival games the "menu" is an important thing, and the menu of this game have terrible bad design, the gameplay in overall is very smooth and have alot of nice features, regular updates, i will try in a few months again and edit it
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
234.8 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 26
Never played space engineers or minecraft. Bought this game last yr around august i guess. But this game...maaaan..

if you have ever found yourself needing to play something else other than an mmo or rts or fps again because yo a real gamer and just need to play yo...play this game
some things can be a little frustrating when playing at first, but I swear once you figure out everything you will be hooked

I love building in rts games and playing a good mmo just for the sake of exploring and finding just stuff in general, how can you pass on a game that you can build a millennium falcon on!!! building a mother ship amongst the stars and hanging out with your own personal transports that you built to go to a planet and mine or take over alien bases with!!!

grab yo firewater! and relax and get addicted to some E!
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
55.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 25
When I first got this and tried it I had no idea what I was doing... None. I made a huge hole. Shot something that ate me. I had a serious case of "Man, Screw this game!"

Fast forward to a week or so ago, and I was itching to play this for some reason. Instead of charging in I watched the basics of it in random videos. There was even a handy "Make a base.. good now make a ship" quest thingie to help me.

Don't get me wrong. I still wanted to make huge holes in the planet. So, a few hours later, it all clicked. I made a hovercraft and threw a harvester in front of it to mow down trees. I was having a blast and was the master of my little word. Space... well.. I had to get there. The asteroids had materials I wanted. I loaded up and went to mine it. Totally oblitererated it, so was coming home with a ton of the new ore, breached the atmosphere...

"Oh look.. What's a drone base?"

Turns out I was master of my little known planet. My hastily built ship was decimated and my life was forfiet. I had to get that ore and get out of there.

Empyrion is a game about evolving. You are the lord/lady of all you see... Problem is, there are other eyes that are seeing some of the same things. You build a base... Find out you aren't happy with just that.. so you build a hovercraft to expand your boundaries.. You soon feel the need to go to space and even other sectors with a different planet in each one. Each evolution costs you a bigger ship, and comes with deadlier opponents.

The ships, however, are what makes this thing shine. My current small vessel is a design I made that resembles a spider... and I thing my capital ship is going to look like a huge hand flipping everyone else off.. And you know.. The game LETS YOU DO THAT.

You aren't collecting resources for "Moon Buggy 1", "Spaceship 3" or "Starship 2".. You're collecting them for parts to something YOU get to design.

It is still in Early Access, so if you are the kind that likes a finished product... Follow it.

But I have reacquainted myself with this game.. and I like what I see.
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
Recommended
103.5 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 15
If you like survival games i would suggest this one not only because it puts you in an enirvonment where you have to survive but also explore to get the materials and rare materials you need to build crafts, ships and more. its worth buying if you anjoy it i most certainly do and they are still updating and changing thigs to make it balanced and more playable for all.
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
155.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 15
Absolutely amazing, very addictive and so much content for a pre-alpha!
Recommending to my friends to jump on and join in the fun.
Very active Dev's updating content all the time making it even more enriched gaming experience.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
196.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 28
I do not know how to explain this game. I know it is adictive once you get your feet planted (it can be hard on some servers) It is the perfect mix between Minecraft and Battlefield. I love to build, explore, and PVP. However, it is also great to get away from pvp for a little while by going to PVE planets.

It is worth the money, look how many hours I have already played it and I spent 20 bucks for me and my wife. My wife loves the game as well, she is more towards the building side of things though. I would happily spend the money again. If you are looking for a fun / helpful server check out Obsidian Fear
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