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All the Little Things – 16th Dec 2018

Hi Everybody! This week we're talking about some of the other small, medium, and even big things we've been working on since we last put out an Alpha update (aside from the Astrofleet app in our last post). There's a mix of station simulation event features, UI/UX changes, and upgrades...

Closing the Game Loop – 9th Dec 2018

Designer's Log -- 06.343.137 This week's blog is about an exciting feature we've been implementing for some time called "AstroFleet" which is about sending ships on adventures to procedural planets and star systems using a Datapad App. The ships are crewed by characters from your Astrobase that you've assigned and...

Gameplay Overview With Adam’s Dulcet Tones

Hey everybody, If you haven't had the time to swing by the Kickstarter yet, you're missing out on all kinds of fresh new details and imagery.   A few key notes, just in case you absolutely, positively don't have the time to swing by yet: 1. Less than 18 hours...

Engage Hyperdrives! The Astrobase Command Kickstarter is live

NOW HEAR THIS! We're super excited to announce that the Astrobase Command Kickstarter just launched a few minutes ago. Thanks for sharing the journey with us so far. We're looking forward to an exciting ride with all of you over the next month. Keep helping to spread the word, every...

The Command Wants You: Astrobase Command Road to Kickstarter Update

A crew member diligently stands watch over the Mission Control terminal. With less than two weeks to go before the launch of the Astrobase Command Kickstarter, all four of us are furiously toiling away to get everything into place for the big day. Adam has continued producing the tools we...

State of the Studio: 2017 Edition

If you followed our blog circa 2013, you'll remember we used it for many other things besides weekly development updates. We tackled issues about our industry, game design, and running a small game studio. We scaled back on these after a while because they detracted from our progress on Astrobase...