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 May 2 2013, 12:00pm says:

Nezumi made another ScrumbleShip stretch goal - The cow! Isn't she cute?

Quite well-made too - Has internal organs, bones, etc. There's also a variant with her helmet removed, which we can use if the cow is in atmosphere.

Cheers,
-Dirk

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Insolent.
Insolent. May 2 2013, 2:31pm says:

YES! It's finally happened. I can't wait to see it gracefully floating about its garden, eating grass and producing me some delicious, nutritious milk. :D

Fantastic job, Nezumi! It's adorable.

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Insolent.
Insolent. May 2 2013, 2:32pm says:

One question: How will it top off its air supply? Perhaps its tank will fill automatically when in an atmosphere?

Which also gave me the idea that player and clone tanks could also top themselves off when in an atmosphere - just more slowly and gradually than at a refill station.

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Lulloser
Lulloser May 2 2013, 7:57pm says:

Make and Entire Cow Farm and let us use the Methan Produced from them to Power some things :)

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Deathscreton
Deathscreton May 3 2013, 7:43am replied:

That is disgustingly brilliant.

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dirkson Author
dirkson May 3 2013, 10:26am replied:

The slightly less disgusting, yet accurate, way I could do this is to have cows slowly add methane to whatever atmosphere they're in. Then all you need is a block to scrub out the methane and drop it into your ship supply network and you can burn it with oxygen to power things.

The only trick is ensuring that burning oxygen and methane releases more energy than is requires to break oxygen and hydrogen from water. That's the break even point in space, and I'll have to research that.

Cheers,
-Dirk

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Lulloser
Lulloser May 4 2013, 2:25am replied:

Or let them produce dung that we can use to speed up the grow rate of the tree saplings

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Jacob843
Jacob843 May 3 2013, 10:49pm says:

I can't wait to make it explode.

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