Device with 3GB minimum RAM required to play
Explore a MASSIVE persistent universe.
900,000 stars, each star with its own solar system.
More than 4 million planets to discover!
Full 3D universe. Fly your starship to any part of the galaxy.
MASSIVE planets with terrain - fly down through the planet atmosphere and see the detailed terrain.
Planets can have oceans with animated water and water reflections.
Solar systems are HUGE - because of the size there is a time-scale (up to 100x) that is automatically applied so you can fly from planet to planet very quickly and you can turn off the time-scale if you want to fly in real-time (can take HOURS to reach a planet though).
Collect beacons on the planet surface by flying through the beams. Beacons offer missions, points, credits, minerals and possibly fuel. Collect all beacons on a planet for extra points/credits.
Starbases you own make profits. Dock with your starbases and collect the profits to increase your wealth.
You like No Man's Sky? Well, this is not that, but it is inspired by it.
NO PIRATES! This is a mission of peace to map the galaxy for habitable planets to be colonized. Fly to any star you see in your view and explore its solar system without worrying about being attacked.
Persistent universe. All discovered stars and planets are cataloged on the galactic server and remembered. Come back in days, weeks, months to see how the universe has changed. Other captains will see your discovered stars and you will see theirs.
Your mission as starship captain is to explore and map the galaxy for the IGDB (Intergalactic Database). Use your local and galaxy map to help you accomplish your mission or just fly by the seat of your pants.
Your ranking is based on how many stars and planets you discover. Habitable planets are worth more points. Planets with intelligent or advanced life are worth even more points.
Multiple Game Center leaderboards
"Just give me a starship and stars to steer her by" - 2021 Les Bird
Fix for starbase speed upgrade bug
Fix for local map in solar systems not showing accurate locations of planets