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Posted: 16 Dec 2018 18:34
How long does it usually take Steam to release a game if it passes their review?
Ultimate space simulation software
HarbingerDawn wrote: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.
Mosfet wrote:Source of the post yet they had to ask to someone else to power on the computer every time.
Mosfet wrote:This is what someone playing on your account would know at best about your payment method:
They can save your credit card info if you choose to do so. Otherwise they ask every time you proceed to a purchase full information about your card, this to my knowledge it's an indication of the fact that they don't store your ccn at least at client side.
Your account is linked to the email address you provided for communication purposes. The level of info about your credit card you can see in those emails it's the same as the screenshot above.
A-L-E-X wrote:Source of the post Thanks! I was thinking of sharing the account with my sister's kids
Shaggy wrote:Source of the post There are a lot of kids who can't afford it and simply won't buy it. There are still some poor parents that wouldn't buy SE for their kid thinking of it as a game... While watching dumb TV shows whole evening. SE is educational and can really influence kids and make them interested in space exploration and astronomy,
Shaggy wrote:Source of the post Aaaand there's the fact that no DRM is uncrackable.
Julian wrote:A couple of observations from HarbingerDawn's latest stream:
Astrophysical jets should fade out more gradually at the ends. If we wanted to be more realistic, don't a lot of astrophysical jets expand into a mushroom shape at the end when their particles start to interact with the interstellar/intergalactic medium? Can we adjust the length of jets? Can we make them tens of kiloparsecs long like from quasars? Can we make jets that aren't perpendicular to the accretion disc, particularly for pulsars?
Dunes on asteroid.jpg
On all bodies with no atmosphere, shouldn't the dune texture be disabled?
Nahor wrote:A-L-E-X wrote:Source of the post Thanks! I was thinking of sharing the account with my sister's kids
Look into "Steam Family Sharing". The kids can have their own account (without a credit card), and still have access to selectedthe games (the ones you want to share) from your account.
EDIT: it's actually the whole library or nothing that can be shared.