ScrumbleShip is the most accurate space combat simulation devised to date. Gather resources, construct a capital ship out of individual blocks, then pilot it with AI or human help against other players.

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dirkson Aug 26 2013 says:

Wandered onto the server this morning to find this. It seems to be an engine cluster and armored shroud of some gigantic ship. Looks like a giant, angry eye!

Sorry for the lack of pictures, lately - I've been implementing the scrumble auth server, and there are very few screenshots I can take of it. It's going to be a very cool system, and I'll do a writeup on it in a few days.


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Lulloser Aug 26 2013 says:

You should add an info who placed the Block... then you could see who made it :P

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dirkson Aug 26 2013 replied:

Eventually I'll probably tie that in to a mysql database as an optional feature. That sort of data adds up FAST, but it's remarkably useful to correct griefing and the like.


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CMDKeen Aug 26 2013 says:

I just wonder why did they place the ring of the solar panels around the edge of the shroud. Although looking at the copper scaffolding connecting them with the engines, I guess the panels are supposed to work in reverse and radiate out energy instead of absorbing it. For a moment, I thought somebody wanted to capture part of the energy of the massive rocket exhaust, though. Would be fun if it was actually possible, even though it would likely be very, very ineffective.

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