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StarMade game


Developers from Schine had an audacious idea to build the definitive space crafting sandbox. This project is known under the Starmade moniker. Their daring efforts resulted in a procedurally generated universe with quadrillions of galaxies to explore. Game design derived inspiration from Minecraft. Blocks that players use for construction are voxel-based and allow them to make complicated structures. Enormous structures look great but they are meaningless without being functional. Devs covered that spect as well. They introduced logic systems that can be tweaked and adapted for user stories. Whether you need to program button or airlock behavior or design your very own CPU to control weapons and portals, you can delve into the editor and make it happen! Needless to say, that you can build almost everything in any form with the in-game editor: starting from space stations and ending with codependent teleportation devices that unite galaxies into one network. The full version of the Starmade game is currently available completely for free in its alpha development phase for developers to be able to accumulate bug reports plus users' feedback and prepare fixes for them.

Tags: Space, Sandbox, Open World, Multiplayer, Building, Sci-fi, Voxel, Adventure, Indie, Action, Crafting, Early Access, Simulation, Exploration, Strategy, RPG, Space Sim, Co-op, Singleplayer, Massively Multiplayer



Minimal system requirements

OS: Windows 7 - 64 bit

Processor: Intel Core i3 (2nd Generation and above) | AMD FX 6xxx or equivalent

Memory: 4 GB RAM

Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 260, 275, 280, 460 SE, 550 Ti | AMD Radeon HD 4870, 5770, 4890, 5830, 6770, 6790 or equivalent with OpenGL 2.1

Network: Broadband Internet connection

Storage: 3 GB available space

Additional Notes: 2GB of memory must be available for StarMade. Lower specs may work by modifying graphics and other performance options. Try out our demo to get an indication for your system. System components such as Integrated Graphics cards may not be supported. Requirements may change in further updates.