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The player's Spaceship is a mobile base which can be utilized to travel between planets. In the future it will be able to be upgraded up to level 5, and it sports a different look depending on what race the ship's owner is. It needs fuel to travel between planets, the amount of which is based on the distance between the two planets in question. Regardless of current location, the teleporter can send you to your designated home planet without requiring moving the ship or any fuel expenditure.
The interior is customizable and you can build whatever you want on it, whether you want a military base or a spaceship bar, except you cannot destroy anything that was on the ship originally, apart from the back wall. You can place any combination of doors, containers, platforms, blocks, and other furniture to build a spaceship that is to your liking.
Ships are also equipped with a Shiplocker which serves as extra storage space.
Space travel is an integral part of the game, as travelling to other Planets is necessary for progression. In order to successfully travel to other planets and star systems, the player will have to add fuel to his or her ship.
As of beta version Indignant Koala, the current types of fuel are Coal, Uranium Ore, Plutonium Ore and Solarium Ore. Unrefined Wood needs to be smelted into coal in a Stone Furnace or similar crafting station.
|Uranium Ore b.||4|
a. 10 Unrefined Wood can be smelted into 1 Coal.
b. 2 Uranium Ore can be smelted into 1 Uranium Rod which holds the same fuel value. For purposes of fueling, it is more time efficient to simply use the ore. The same applies to Plutonium and Solarium Ore.
Your spaceship requires different amounts of fuel depending on the distance that needs to be traveled. To add fuel to a spaceship, simply open the Fuel Hud by activating the fuel center, and drag-and-drop the appropriate ores to the Fuel HUD. Pressing the "FUEL" button will complete the process. Once ore has been added to the ship's fuel tank, it cannot be removed. These values are listed in the table below:
Space travel is separated into Sectors. Currently (as of Angry Koala) there are 5 sectors: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Sector X.
|Planet Difficulty Level:||1|
|Surface Ore Density||Low|
|Planet Difficulty Level:||2|
|Surface Ore Density||Medium|
|Planet Difficulty Level:||3|
|Surface Ore Density||High|
|Planet Difficulty Level:||4|
|Surface Ore Density||Very High|
|Planet Difficulty Level:||5 - 10|
|Monster Health||Extremely High|
|Surface Ore Density||
Types of ShipsEdit
Each starter ship is basically a rectangle with a decorated exterior and a cockpit. Starter ships of each race, except Novakids, are shown below.
The pre-beta Avian spaceship closely resembles an Avian with the nose of the spaceship shaped like a beak. In the beta release, however, it has gained more of an ancient Sumerian feel, being shaped like a ziggurat.
The Pre-Beta Apex spaceship is fairly standard except for a banana sticker on the motor.
A later-model Apex spaceship features a white high-tech style characteristic of the Apex.
The Floran spaceship has vines growing inside and outside of the ship.
The Glitch spaceship is in the style of a castle.
The Human spaceship is a very standard ship.
Pre-Beta, the Hylotl spaceship had a fin on the top and two on the bottom, and is meant to resemble a fish. In the Beta release, the ship was reworked to have one long fin across the top, as well as a resemblance of a tail around the thrusters; its orange color now makes the ship resemble a koi fish or a goldfish.
To be added soon...
Possibly an iron horse themed spaceship.
Inviting People to Your Spaceship, and making a party: (Multiplayer only)
The point of inviting people to your spaceship is to either show them around your spaceship, or to go somewhere with them. To do this simply click the + button next to your health and head, up on the top left corner. A new box will show up, Type in your friend's username. Their username is the name at the top left corner. You can see someone else's username when you see them after you haven't seen them. For instance, If a player were to go into their spaceship and you were on the planet below, then the same player TP'd down onto the planet, you would see their username temporarily. For typing in the username: The username can have spaces, capitals and basically any special letter/numbers/symbols. REMEMBER: their username is not neccesarily their Steam name!!!
Now for actually teleporting. When you have invited your friend to the party, They will see a message, the message will have an accept button. Once they have done that, They can click on the plus by your name which will probably be in the middle left to top left for them. A menu will show up when that is done. The menu is as follows: Beam to ship; Remove from group; Make leader. Click beam to ship, you are done. So far as I have found, the only way to teleport back to your own ship is to teleport back to the planet, and teleport to your starship. By the way, the teleport icon is in the middle/top right and looks like a long horizontal circle with an arrow either going up or down. Down is down onto the planet, and up is back up to your spaceship.