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Space Haven Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Space Haven is a new base-building management game that takes place on a spaceship. Starting with the destruction of earth (a classic) your crew of civilians using borrowed technology and a loaner ship platform sets out to find a new home for humanity. It’s a game that clearly draws from RimWorld, FTL, and Oxygen Not Included to create a pretty heady brew—if a fresh one. It just released(opens in new tab) into Early Access on May 21, though its initial thousand Steam reviews clock in at 87% positive. Space Haven’s launch build has a decent chunk of stuff to do, but no long-term progression beyond getting a ship up and running, fending off pirates, and building a bigger ship. It’s also got that delicious Oxygen Not Included tile-based gas system if you’re like me and really enjoy balancing pressure and output. I spent a few hours with it and was pretty pleased, at least enough to come back more than once, so it’s one that survival-strategy or management fans will want to keep up with. The three-person team behind the game intends to add a mode for playing as a space station, robots and androids, cybernetic augmentation, and space hazards like solar flares. They’ve also got a roadmap(opens in new tab) with a pretty extensive feature-set, but aren’t guaranteeing they’ll get to them in any specific order. It’s the science fiction fan’s equivalent of “what’s the deal with airline food” to point out that nobody on Star Trek ever seems to take a dump, but it’s still an observation worth making, from time to time. Space is an offensively difficult place for humans to live, after all.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

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If we want to survive there, there’s a dizzying number of biological needs we have to cater to. And that includes wee and poo. As unheroic as toilets might seem, it’s chilling to think how grim a space habitat would become, and how quickly, without them. I salute Space Haven, then – an early access “colony sim” in a similar vein to Rimworld – for making bogs mandatory, aboard whichever ship you choose to construct with your crew of deep space oafs. The inclusion of toilets in the game, in fact, is a pretty good illustration of just how granular a simulation it is. To build a spaceship on which to go out looting derelicts (for this is the meat of the game), you will need to piece it together tile by tile from scratch. Starting with just a dismal metal box in the void, you expand your vessel little by little as you acquire resources, beginning by building out the hull, and finishing with the placement of lights, wiring, air support, vegetable plots – and loos. I must admit, however, that this makes the game fiddly as hell to play. If I’m honest, it hasn’t quite reached the stage where the low-key brainglow of having created a little functioning settlement quiteoutweighs the amount of bungling around in the UI necessary to make it happen. As such, I’ve bounced off Space Haven a couple of times, and I’ll probably bounce off it again while it’s in early access. But one day, I know, when its balance shifts to producing more fun than it consumes.

Health Modeling.

I will stick to Space Haven like a poorly-flushed turd sticks to the hull of the International Space Station. It’s right up my street in terms of theme and format, and it’s got a very specific sort of mid-1990s look to it, which falls into the very slim category of retro aesthetics that I actively enjoy. Definitely one to have a go with, if you’re into colony sims, or if you just like pissing into the fathomless gulf between the stars. The colony simulation genre is known for being pretty slow, often lacking the action-packed pacing common in other kinds of video games. Space Haven, which was released into Steam Early Access in late May, uses the same sort of complex, layered systems that make games like Dwarf Fortress and Rimworld so satisfying. But it also introduces a sense of speed and momentum that other games in the genre lack. In Space Haven, players are tasked with shepherding a small crew of survivors off a dying world and across the galaxy to safety on a new planet. Standing in their way are multiple warring factions and the cold, hard vacuum of space. On paper the premise sounds a lot like FTL: Faster Than Light, but Space Haven’s complexity sets it apart. Space Haven gave me control of every single aspect of my spaceship, right down to the color and style of the interior bulkheads. I was free to make my ship entirely self-sustaining, a sprawling vessel filled with engineering facilities and food production labs that could keep my crew going for weeks on end. Alternately, I could outfit my ship to be a pirate vessel.The Dark Prophecy Switch NSP

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Moving from one target of opportunity to another, taking what I needed to survive by force of arms. There’s even serviceable real-time tactical gameplay, which allows you to board other ships and take crews prisoner. The catch is that whatever choices I make have to be made quickly. Fuel rods, which keep the ship’s internal systems humming, are consumed night and day. I can loot them from abandoned derelicts scattered around, and I can to manufacture them from materials that I mine at remote asteroids. But there are only so many fuel rods to be had inside a given system. The driving force in Space Haven comes from this scarcity of resources. It’s best to grab what you can and keep moving. Traveling from one star system to another requires a hyperspace jump. Crossing the gap between stars means putting the crew into suspended animation, and building the necessary hypersleep chambers requires very rare resources. That makes for some fascinating choices. Do I decommission part of the grow lab to reclaim what I need for a fifth hypersleep chamber? Or do I just push someone inconsequential out the airlock and put the pedal down?In my first playthrough I never got the chance to make that decision. That’s because a fire broke out inside the prison block that I had only just outfitted a few days earlier. The smoke and toxic gasses quickly overwhelmed the prisoners.

Ship To Ship Combat.

Blocked from reaching the airlock, my crew was trapped on the bridge. The ship eventually ran out of fuel rods. Two made a run for it, only to asphyxiate halfway through engineering. That’s when the heat shut off, freezing my other two crew members in place at their stations. In another playthrough, my ship was destroyed by pirates while trying to flee a contested system. On another, I found a derelict ship floating around a distant moon, only to discover a hypersleep chamber inside. The survivor quickly joined my crew. She was different, though; I found her eating human remains in the break room two days later. Space Haven isn’t finished yet, and it’s not properly balanced. Some close-quarters weapons are wildly overpowered, and there’s no armor that I can find to counteract them. The crews on enemy ships never tried to board me, and rarely put up much of a fight when I boarded them. You can create a fleet of ships if you want, but there’s little benefit that I can find as it’s incredibly hard to keep them all fueled up and moving at the same time. But the systems that rule Space Haven work, and they work exceedingly well in concert with resource scarcity to make a compelling management sim. While developer Bugbyte keeps working on it, you can have a pretty good time just sitting in the game’s sandbox mode building out the perfect spaceship.Sail Forth

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But I recommend playing through the campaign mode. Even in its unbalanced state, it’s still the most consistently exciting colony simulation game that I’ve ever played. Embark on a space voyage with your ragtag crew of civilians in search of a new home. Build spaceships tile by tile, create optimal gas conditions, manage the needs and moods of their crew, encounter other space-faring groups, and explore the universe in this spaceship colony sim. The isometric tile-based gas system simulates various gases, temperature and crew comfort on your spaceship. Humans, plants and facilities react to the conditions surrounding them, giving meaning to how you design your ship and the living conditions you create. Secure facilities, optimize crew survival and well-being, but also think of possible future accidents and chaos generated from crew combat or environmental hazards. In Space Haven characters aren’t mere robots. The game simulates needs, moods, health and skills of your crew members and they develop relationships with each other. Their past life occupation and hobbies will affect their skills and know-how, and they have both positive and negative traits. Witness joyful moments, depression, and drama surrounding different crew members as you journey onward seeking a new home. Equip your crew with space suits and weapons and organize away teams to explore derelict ships and stations. Explore and salvage resources and items; find activated cryopods with someone frozen inside.

Crew Combat And Aliens.

Visit spaceships or stations of other factions and find data logs telling stories of past spacefarers searching for a new home. Aliens capture your crew members and cocoon them against walls in their base. See them suffer in the alien lair and decide if you want to save them or not. Explore derelict ships and discover someone from the original crew of the ship captured by the aliens. Events like these create interesting back stories to new arrivals to your crew. Watch your crew take battlestations as you engage the enemy in ship-to-ship battle. See your crew load turrets with projectiles, put out fires from explosions, patch hull breaches and repair vital facilities in the midst of battle. Target the enemy ship engine and stop them from fleeing. See them do the same to you. Engage their turrets directly or try to focus on the enemy ship core and see their ship go pitch black. Build shields to protect your most vital segments of your ships. Build turrets and engage in tactical ship-to-ship combat, where a hit and explosion could cause a snowball effect of fire, smoke, hazardous gases and even hull breaches for either party. All crew members need to work together to win the battle. Your crew members will become wounded in battles and might catch a serious disease. Set up a medical room, scan for diseases and foreign masses and have your best doctor tend to illnesses and perform surgeries. Hope that your doctor is not absent minded and leaves a surgical tool inside.

Explore a new procedurally generated galaxy each new playthrough, with various factions all trying to survive and establish dominance their own way. You’ll meet pirates, slavers, merchants, cults, androids and more. Jump into hyperspace, seek out resources and meet various groups and develop your relationship with them. I have had this game for quite awhile and will binge it for a month or two, then uninstall it and wait for a couple solid content updates from the devs, which they are continuously putting out. It really is a great little game for a more relaxed play. It’s not crazy action packed by default but could be with custom settings and declaring war on the other factions. The funnest part is the ship designing to your hearts content. I just finished a ship inspired by a Star Trek Romulan battlecruiser that will eventually become a Cube of the Borg kind since I just unlocked augmentations and plan to cyborg my crew of 20. There are a couple annoyances like the food grow beds REQUIRING fertilizer. My people are eating algae 99% of the time and live in a constant state of nutrient deficiency. FYI devs, plants grow without fertilizer. Also, the path finding and your crews priorities regardless of how you have the priority list set will make you wonder what goes through their little space explorers head. Steam Deck compatible, although not 100% like Steam has it marked as.

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The biggest nuisance would be the research menu and the inability to scroll through SLOWLY if you have more than two things queued up. Anymore than that and the menu hyperjumps from the top to item 9,000 in the list. So far I am loving the game, however there does seem to be a bug where your character cannot attain engineering level 6 which stops you from creating tech blocks. Had to use a cheat from CheatHappens to modify the character to the correct level, then all good. Also generators create power but need blue crystals, if you run out you will loose your ship. I recommend learning solar panels asap! Now a few improvements I would like to see… 1: Taking over enemy ships if you kill all their crew. 2: Building your own bases where you can leave characters whilst going out raiding/trading. 3: Robots.. introduce an Android that can do everything a normal character can do. 4: Improve trading where you can make real trade routes and make money. Lastly a quick tip Lasers are great to research early especially if you get raided! Crew members might feel adventurous, suffer from starvation, feel unhygienic, or they simply ate too much. Various conditions affect how they feel. When the stress is too much for a crew member they may suffer a mental break. Some will vent themselves out of the air lock, while others might start a fight.Pinball FX3

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