There should be a timelapse feature to show the full evolution of the Solar System from protostar to white dwarf, complete with continental drift on Earth.
Your posts are beginning to lean into spam. Vlad himself wants this one day himself, you don't need to keep repeating that you want these things in SE.
A much more useful feature would be if this accurately reflected stellar characteristics as a function of age, mass and metallicity (this last thing doesn't appear to be simulated at all). There are likely plenty of easily accessible papers on the subject. An up-to-date model (starting at the pre-MS stage) appears to be hosted up on the site of the Université de Genève
(there are capabilities to manually interpolate between known evolutionary tracks). I don't know if they'd be willing to share their code, though.
A more accessible route might be via the code presented in Hurley J.R., Pols O.R., Tout C.A., 2000, MNRAS, 315, 543.
- Hurley has a Fortran version up on his page here
if you want to toy around with that a bit). He starts at the ZAMS (using values for luminosity and radius at that point from Tout C.A., Pols O.R., Eggleton P.P., Han Z., 1996, MNRAS, 281, 257.
. There's also a couple of papers by Paxton et al. (2011
I say this because the game currently doesn't appear to implement this (or even the very basic "increase of luminosity of MS stars as a function of age"). For example, picking a random star of higher than solar mass (picture attached) and calculating with both models gives a luminosity at the given age of about about 5.33-5.34 Lsun for the F5V star, much above the given 4.62 (which is actually below the ZAMS luminosity - about 4.8 - of a solar metallicity star in both models).
Another issue I have is with close-in planets around white dwarfs, and the relatively high prevalence of jovian planets around low-mass red dwarves, but that's a whole other post.