Hello, everyone! We are publishing the second article from a series about main gameplay features of Sol-Ark - Deep Space Sandbox.
If you didn’t already know, astronauts can’t survive in space if they are naked, or if they don’t have a ship. Aside from disciplining nude crew members, in Sol-Ark it’s up to the player to craft a proper star cruiser for their herd of daring, mentally deranged, and sometimes homicidal space explorers.
A spaceship should be a personal reflection of the player, and in Sol-Ark you’ll have full control over crafting your own void hardened interstellar vessel. Want your ship to look like a cat? How about a dinosaur riding on a cat with laser vision? In this game no one is going to stop you.
You’ll build your ship starting with structural frames to outline the shape of your ship. From there you’ll construct floors, walls, and every system the ship needs to stay afloat. You’ll place engine components, install shield generators, and build anti missile and laser defense arrays.
There are crew critical systems you’ll need to craft as well, like a water pump that will allow your astronauts to drink their own recycled pee. Tasty! Resources to develop all of these systems and compartments aren’t as rare as you might think.
Asteroids can be hollowed out to become an additional compartment to your station, or be turned into battering rams that will make the bravest space commander strap on a diaper and abandon ship.
Derelict stations, once cleared of beheaded aliens, can be attached to your ship as well. Even enemy ships can be commandeered after you enslave their crew or spank their drunk pirate asses out into space.
You’ll also have the option to break all these objects down into their component resources. With all of these options you have the ability to craft the ultimate dodecahedral death star of galaxy ending proportions you’ve always dreamed of.
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