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05 Jun 2019 17:24

This news really brightened up a week that hasn't gone so well. I can hardly believe my eyes, it's almost here! This next week will be the longest wait yet :P Congrats!!
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05 Jun 2019 19:09

SpaceEngineer wrote:
ESO may make a notice in their media blog ;)


How about Nasa?
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06 Jun 2019 01:01

My god, its finally here!
 
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06 Jun 2019 05:24

SpaceEngine is fantastic. After setting the release date, the waiting time was the hardest time in my life. This week is "longer" than the previous three years.
Does anybody really look at this?
 
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06 Jun 2019 08:11

SpaceEngineer wrote:
Release date!!! It is...

► Show Spoiler


http://spaceengine.org/blog190604/

SpaceEngineer giving a release date himself? Saying the words 'release date'? I thought the day would never come he say anything about release dates, or even the letters composing the phrase!
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07 Jun 2019 14:25

Mosfet wrote:
stongduke wrote:
Just curious, what could delay the steam release?

Bugs, platform issues, thermonuclear war...

In the event of thermonuclear war, would SpaceEgine get a patch or texture update to reflect the changes on Earth? Extra dust clouds, scorched fallout zones, red oceans, California floating in the Pacific, etc?
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07 Jun 2019 15:29

I depends on who survives in that scenario.
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07 Jun 2019 17:17

MrZoolook wrote:
Mosfet wrote:
stongduke wrote:
Just curious, what could delay the steam release?

Bugs, platform issues, thermonuclear war...

In the event of thermonuclear war, would SpaceEgine get a patch or texture update to reflect the changes on Earth? Extra dust clouds, scorched fallout zones, red oceans, California floating in the Pacific, etc?

It's possible in the future.
Does anybody really look at this?
 
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07 Jun 2019 20:12

MrZoolook wrote:
Source of the post In the event of thermonuclear war, would SpaceEgine get a patch or texture update to reflect the changes on Earth? Extra dust clouds, scorched fallout zones, red oceans, California floating in the Pacific, etc?

That is an interesting suggestion, not so much for Earth, but another alien planet with a technological civilization. If the time comes to implement alien civilizations in SE, this would be a must as an addon.
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08 Jun 2019 10:07

Stellarator wrote:
MrZoolook wrote:
Source of the post In the event of thermonuclear war, would SpaceEgine get a patch or texture update to reflect the changes on Earth? Extra dust clouds, scorched fallout zones, red oceans, California floating in the Pacific, etc?

That is an interesting suggestion, not so much for Earth, but another alien planet with a technological civilization. If the time comes to implement alien civilizations in SE, this would be a must as an addon.

And for scorched biomes there would be a special "vegitation" which is in reality rubble and drebris.
Can I have an order of uhhh randomly generated city lights?
 
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08 Jun 2019 17:43

Finally!!! I've been refreshing this website every single day for the last 2 years. Even on vacations and buissness trips. My question is, what's next? What are you going to work on after 0.9.9.0 comes out?
 
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09 Jun 2019 04:58

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09 Jun 2019 05:02

Three years later, this day is finally coming.
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10 Jun 2019 05:23

Yeah !
1 Million thanks !!
1 048 576 thanks to be precise ;)
 
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10 Jun 2019 06:13

-1 :-D

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