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06 Jul 2018 10:17

i have no questions, and you guys are amazing. plz keep updating :D
 
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06 Jul 2018 14:01

1. if i donate some money, can i get in beta tester?
2. Can i donate using bitcoin/ethereum/ripple such as cryptocurrency?
I like this game so much. I heard this game about 1 years ago. and even now i play sometimes.
 
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06 Jul 2018 18:49

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Will 0.980 shader mods still be compatible with 0.990?

I think not, the two versions has completely different shaders.

Ouch, I was afraid of that :cry:
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06 Jul 2018 20:51

Allthis work for nothing, maybe 4chan cares. I guess we should all be worried about the paid version. Cause they had a release a whole while ago.....
 
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08 Jul 2018 08:19

[quote="makina323"]Allthis work for nothing, maybe 4chan cares. I guess we should all be worried about the paid version. Cause they had a release a whole while ago.....[/quote]
Makina, which board are you referring to? Video game generals?
 
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08 Jul 2018 08:29

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Source of the post I guess we should all be worried about the paid version.

What "paid version"?
I'm good when it comes to Physics, Algebra, Relativity, Space, and SpaceEngine. But I could still use a LOT of help on the things I still don't know. So I hope I get a lot of help on how all that works, here!
 
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08 Jul 2018 09:03

[quote="HarmonicGF2"]Makina, which board are you referring to? Video game generals?[/quote]

/v/ usually has a couple of threads pop up once in a while. They usually respond well to spaceengine
 
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08 Jul 2018 09:06

[quote="Propulsion Disk"][quote="makina323"][post]21430[/post] I guess we should all be worried about the paid version.[/quote]
What "paid version"?[/quote]

Overview

http://spaceengine.org/news/blog180302/
 
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08 Jul 2018 09:12

Overview is not a paid version of SpaceEngine.
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08 Jul 2018 11:45

makina323 wrote:
Propulsion Disk wrote:
makina323 wrote:
Source of the post I guess we should all be worried about the paid version.

What "paid version"?


Overview

http://spaceengine.org/news/blog180302/

Overview is a different program than spaceengine. :)
I'm good when it comes to Physics, Algebra, Relativity, Space, and SpaceEngine. But I could still use a LOT of help on the things I still don't know. So I hope I get a lot of help on how all that works, here!
 
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11 Jul 2018 11:43

[Redacted by request], I check back every couple months and leave disappointed over and over and over and over again. And now I read that it might be 2019.

It seems my fears of feature-creep are becoming a reality. I'd love to make new videos with SE, but looking at the amazing pictures and beta videos...the current release just doesn't cut it any more. I cannot even boot it up for some casual messing around, let alone making a video. :cry:
 
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11 Jul 2018 14:03

Hmuda wrote:
I check back every couple months and leave disappointed over and over and over and over again. And now I read that it might be 2019.

It seems my fears of feature-creep are becoming a reality. I'd love to make new videos with SE, but looking at the amazing pictures and beta videos...the current release just doesn't cut it any more. I cannot even boot it up for some casual messing around, let alone making a video. :cry:


I stopped creating planets just so I can wait for the new version.
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11 Jul 2018 14:14

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Release is expected this year on Steam. I can't give the exact date, because developing the app is not like building a road. Then you build a road, you may measure your average speed, say 1 mile per day, then divide the remaining distance onto this speed and obtain number of days left. Developing app is not a linear process, so no extrapolation can be used. I don't know how much time it will take for, say, implementing procedural generation of raymarched nebulae, which new problems will arise, and how much time it will take to solve them.
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11 Jul 2018 15:12

Mosfet wrote:
SpaceEngineer wrote:
Release is expected this year on Steam. I can't give the exact date, because developing the app is not like building a road. Then you build a road, you may measure your average speed, say 1 mile per day, then divide the remaining distance onto this speed and obtain number of days left. Developing app is not a linear process, so no extrapolation can be used. I don't know how much time it will take for, say, implementing procedural generation of raymarched nebulae, which new problems will arise, and how much time it will take to solve them.


It's being released on steam? Will it still be release on the website still?
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11 Jul 2018 18:10

Hmuda wrote:
I check back every couple months and leave disappointed over and over and over and over again. And now I read that it might be 2019.

It seems my fears of feature-creep are becoming a reality. I'd love to make new videos with SE, but looking at the amazing pictures and beta videos...the current release just doesn't cut it any more. I cannot even boot it up for some casual messing around, let alone making a video. :cry:

I kinda regret looking up that term now. :cry:

And I vaguely remember hearing that the shader files will be encrypted and passworded in Space Engine 0.990, so I presume no more shader mods too, if this turns out to be true :(
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