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13 Dec 2017 23:05

Cesare wrote:
Please can someone give me an approximate year when will Space Engine be finished?

Theoric a game of software when is finished want to improve more for optimisation and new feature so the year is [math].
But I’m not a expert for validate the theory. Just a note.
 
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14 Dec 2017 07:24

Space Engine should be finished in around 2020, I hope.
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16 Dec 2017 06:23

I should hope it will be finished only when Space Engineer is satisfied that it is finished. :)  I'm sure he appreciates the desire to have updates sooner, but it doesn't help to ask repeatedly or offer suggestions for what you think a reasonable timeline is.
 
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16 Dec 2017 11:01

Technically, SpaceEngine will NEVER be complete. There's always new stuff being discovered about the universe; in that respect, SE development will be as a never-ending game of "catch-up".
 
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19 Dec 2017 18:21

Procedural civilizations I think is impossible, but it wouldn't be improbable as add-ons/ mods. At it's simplest and effectiveness at the moment would be megastructures, dyson structures and maybe space faring vessels. I would be more interested in seeing models of things like the ISS, or code to enable adding stations in orbit. 

Procedural life, would that be the same as possibly No Man's Sky? As much as seeing intelligent life as technological would be cool, I would find creatures more interesting. I know NMS use mathematical algorithms to spawn life. Is that something that isn't possible in the Space Engine coding? 
 
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20 Dec 2017 14:22

scruffyhightops wrote:
Source of the post I would be more interested in seeing models of things like the ISS, or code to enable adding stations in orbit.

That is ready for the next version.
SpaceEngine's Italian Discord server: https://discord.gg/NhQbEbC
 
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01 Jan 2018 07:03

The terrain engine upgrade #4 is amazing. I can't wait until the next stage of improvement for mid elevation levels.
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