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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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BaubleHopper Mk II
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Insolent. Author
Insolent. Sep 11 2012, 11:04am says:

Behold the BaubleHopper Mk II! I decided to update one of Dirkson's original ships as a hats-off to his hard work. The ship would theoretically function, and the new features on this version are a sort of litmus test for how far the game has come in the last few months.

What's New:

Now the BaubleHopper Mk II's baubles are bubblier than ever before, thanks to patented new "bump" technology! Designed with actual movement in mind, the ship now features well-positioned rockets, fuel tanks, pipes, and diesel engines. Radiators will dump the inferno of heat produced by the ship's one small diesel engine and several small rockets into space. Redundant life support systems should keep the crew breathing, even if one or two baubles is popped. Transparent windows allow the crew to see what's going on around them and sightsee on long voyages. Sensors allow for long-range detection and communication. And lastly, the ship now sports a forward utility laser and rear flak gun to keep those pesky missiles and fighters at bay.

The BaubbleHopper is back, heartier than ever, and with an enhanced love of industry and the out of doors.

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dirkson Creator
dirkson Sep 11 2012, 1:39pm says:

Haha! This is an awesome surprise to wake up to!


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