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14 Dec 2018 04:42

[color=#212121][size=120][font=Roboto, sans-serif]I do not want to date exactly. I would like to have an estimate.[/font][/size][/color]
 
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14 Dec 2018 05:26

Vader210296 wrote:
I do not want to date exactly. I would like to have an estimate.

Well since the last blog post was titled along the lines of "preparing Space Engine for Steam release", I'd assume it's soon. Possibly Christmas (It'd be a great Christmas present right?), but use that date very tentitively, as it is likely incorrect, especially when looking at 0.9.9.0's release date prediction track record.
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14 Dec 2018 07:14

@strongduke thanks for your answer;) 
 
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14 Dec 2018 14:55

I spy particle jets? ;3
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15 Dec 2018 03:58

Vader210296 wrote:
can you please say me, how long will it take? how many days / weeks? I'm really hyped. sorry if i am annoying... Patience is not my strength...

Be patient please,be patient.......
I'm always ready to see news,regardless what is it.
 
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15 Dec 2018 06:17

Does anyone know the price range of the new SpaceEngine? 
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15 Dec 2018 06:29

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Does anyone know the price range of the new SpaceEngine? 

Try using google.
Its maximum price is £20.
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15 Dec 2018 06:55

Will this version be like 100 dollars?
 
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Will this version be like 100 dollars?

Not sure if this is a joke, but it won't be.
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15 Dec 2018 06:58

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Will this version be like 100 dollars?

No. Maximum is around twenty. This has been stated before in the thread.
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16 Dec 2018 04:05

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Source of the post I know it is being released on Steam but will it be released on the website at the same time? I like downloading things from here.

No. This would require implementation of DRM protection and auto-update system. Maybe in future, if I decide to go out from Steam.

Why exactly would non-steam releases require DRM protection? Some obscure copyright law that everybody hates?
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18 Dec 2018 01:59

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A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post Thanks HD, so there will be two versions if I understand correctly?

Where did you get that idea from?

Found it, it's here!
https://www.reddit.com/r/spaceengine/co ... n_be_paid/
 
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18 Dec 2018 04:53

A-L-E-X wrote:

I don't know if it's correct since I remember SpaceEngineer saying it is difficult to maintain both Steam and website version, so I assume newest version will only be paid and on Steam, or Steam will contain both versions with and without Singleplayer mode.
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18 Dec 2018 07:58

A-L-E-X wrote:
HarbingerDawn wrote:
A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post Thanks HD, so there will be two versions if I understand correctly?

Where did you get that idea from?

Found it, it's here!
https://www.reddit.com/r/spaceengine/co ... n_be_paid/

0.990 which will be released on steam will be paid for while the free version on the site with be the current 0.980.  
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18 Dec 2018 13:11

A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post Found it, it's here!

You shouldn't believe everything people say. Unless SpaceEngineer (or maybe me) says it, don't take it as fact.
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