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Sparks of the Future update explores our fascination with science and science fiction and delivers on that with a vision of hi-tech visuals in the Space Engineers universe. We are really excited about exploring all of the possibilities this genre opens to us. Whether it"s a vibrant high-tech space station located among an asteroid cluster, a classic sci-fi themed space cafe, or just a cool looking spaceship bristling with Ion thrusters and neon armor - we hope all of this will add to your story in a world of high technology.

Similar to our previous major releases, we decided to give you an opportunity to support the further development of Space Engineers. We have created a pack which consists of cosmetic items to enrich your game visually. You can experience them in the free Sparks of the Future scenario. The price of the Sparks of the Future Pack is $3.99 USD, or your regional Steam equivalent, so if you wish to support us, check out the Sparks of the Future Pack.

We are always impressed by the innovation of our modding community! We would like to thank these members of the Space Engineers community for continuing to inspire us through their ideas, suggestions, and hard work.

Similar to our previous major releases, we decided to give you an opportunity to support the further development of Space Engineers. We have created a pack which consists of cosmetic items and the Frostbite scenario designed to enrich your game visually. None of the things in the package brings any advantage to players who purchase this DLC. The price of the Frostbite Pack is $3.99 USD, or your regional Steam equivalent, so if you wish to support us, check out the Frostbite Pack.

We’d also like to thank several members of the Space Engineers community, who contributed voice-over recordings for the new Frostbite scenario: Naburine and DirectedEnergy of Ball&ChainGaming & Misfit Studios (creators of Protocol 51), Nathan "Silverbane" Steen, Skyler "Gorhamian" Gorham, Jacob "wearsglasses" Ruttenberg.

Thank you for being such an awesome community! We hope you’ll enjoy this update and that you’ll have a great time playing Space Engineers during the holiday season.

It’s hard to believe, but Space Engineers was released six years ago. It seems like yesterday, but I think the time always runs very fast with the things you love. It would take the entire blog post to mention all names and people who contributed to the success of Space Engineers. But it were not only my colleagues who I’d like to thank, it’s also you, our players and modders, who helped us to shape the game, gave us great ideas and who constantly provided us with feedback.

Similar to our previous major releases, we decided to give you an opportunity to support the further development of Space Engineers. We have created a pack which consists of cosmetic items designed to enrich your game visually. The package is the second edition of the Decorative Pack, which was released back in April this year. None of the things in the package brings any advantage to players who purchase this DLC. The price of the Decorative Pack II is $3.99 USD, or your regional Steam equivalent, so if you wish to support us, check out the Decorative Pack II on Steam.

All new game features related to the economy are free of charge. The free update includes the economy code updates, the safe zones, all the contract features and long term fixes. For players who wish to support the further development of Space Engineers, we have created a Pack which consists of cosmetic items designed to enrich your game. The price of the Economy Deluxe pack is $3.99USD, or your regional Steam equivalent. So if you wish to support us, check out the Economy Deluxe Pack on Steam.

It’s time for another major update. We have been very busy since the release of Space Engineers from Early Access. We continued working on the game improvements and in this update we focused on a new feature: Build Planner, and one new block: Small Cryo Pod and on customizable game elements, such as skins, emotes and armor skins.

For players who wish to support the further development of Space Engineers, we have created a Style Pack for $5.99USD which consists of two character skins, four character emotes and two armor skins. With this release, we are also bringing two new character skins to the game: NextGen and Fiber. Both character skins are only decorative and you can buy them in the Steam Item Store. The price will be set to $3.99USD per skin set. We decided to keep the same approach as with our last update, being that if you decide to not buy the Style Pack/character skins, you are still getting a major free update containing all the gameplay features! This gives you the opportunity to enjoy new things, but also the chance to support the further development of Space Engineers, if you are willing to do so.

A: The complexity and technical requirements are different for these two packs. We spent much more time working on the Style Pack than on the Decorative Pack. The Decorative Pack was also the first DLC we released after Space Engineers moved out of Early Access and it showed us that many members of our community are willing to support us. Therefore, we invested more time and effort to bring some game changing things to Space Engineers now and we plan to continue this for upcoming releases. Another reason is that we wanted to give the Decorative Pack to as many players as possible, and a reduced price definitely helps :)

It’s time for another exciting update for Space Engineers. The most obvious change is the fact that with this release we are bringing both free and premium content to the game. This gives you the opportunity to enjoy new things, but also the chance to support the further development of Space Engineers, if you are willing to do so.

All players will get new functional cockpit LCDs with customizable screens, replay tool, which can be used for setting up various animated scenes, brand new random Encounters, Steam trading cards, badges and backgrounds, and all bug fixes, optimizations, and smaller improvements for free.

For players who wish to support further development of Space Engineers, we have created a bulk of Decorative Blocks, which you can use for various decorations on your spaceships, vehicles and space stations. The price is $3.99 USD, or your regional Steam equivalent. You can purchase the Decorative Pack here.

A: Actually, even this update isn’t paid. The major part of this update (LCD screens, Replay Tool, new music tracks, smaller improvements) is free for everyone. Only the smaller and not mandatory part is paid - Decorative Pack.

A: To support future development of Space Engineers and other leading-edge projects we plan to work on at Keen Software House. Players kept asking us for something they could buy to support the development of Space Engineers, and the Decorative Pack is a great option for them.

A: Right after Space Engineers left early access and all hot issues were resolved. Most of the work was done by the Art team, the rest of the developers is working on other long-term updates.

A: We want more people to play Space Engineers, which means we must lower the barrier of entry. When the Space Engineers community grows, everyone benefits from this - more content on Workshop, more mods, more new ideas, more people to play with. This means that all non-mandatory features should be optional, so only those who really want them can pay for them. That’s why we decreased the price of Space Engineers, and made the Decorative Pack an optional purchase.

February 28, 2019 is the day for all Space Engineers. Today, we are moving Space Engineers out of Early Access. Getting Space Engineers out of Early Access has been planned for a long time. We have worked on it basically since 2016/2017, when the game entered beta. It was our goal to release the game in the state we consider to fulfill our original vision, including all planned features and core game components. Moreover, the game includes a lot of things that were not planned at the beginning of development (solar panels, planets, rotors, pistons, wheels, and many more features).

Space Engineers was one of the first Early Access games on Steam and one of the few titles to be successfully released after several years of passionate development. We keep our promises!

Space Engineers has been in Early Access for 5+ years, and during this period we developed the game from a proof-of-concept to a feature complete space engineering sandbox. We sold more than 3 million copies and we have more than 200,000 monthly active players.

Because Space Engineers development was open, you were able to see what’s happening under the hood. Contrary to other products, where you see the final product, but don’t see how the project has been developed and changed over time, and what challenges the development team had to overcome.

With this update, we are also setting a new price for Space Engineers to $19.99. According to our analysis and tests, this price better suits the majority of Space Engineers fans. This change also brings all regional prices on Steam to match countries specifications and regional differences.

Hello, Engineers! Today"s minor update brings you more improvements in Airtightness, UI and Scripts. There are also bunch of fixes for issues found by our community. Thanks for reporting them - it really helps us locate and fix everything!

Coincidentally, it’s also the fifth anniversary of Space Engineers being released in Early Access! A MASSIVE thank you to everyone who has supported us since we launched the game and welcome to all of the new Engineers.

We are so happy that you are enjoying Space Engineers multiplayer, every stream, youtube video or game session we see is an absolute blast of fun. And that is the best outcome we could have hoped for.

After six months, we are releasing the next major update, which is focusing on the complete overhaul of multiplayer in Space Engineers, and a number of new features and optimizations. This was a massive overhaul and that’s why it wasn’t possible to make this update in weekly increment - so thanks a lot for your patience!

We had to redo major parts of the engine and there was a lot of experimentation - for example changing the prediction protocol on client-server and observing if it’s better for user experience or worse, and many more. Space Engineers has many systems and special care had to be taken for each of them: player character, jetpack, ship, wheeled vehicles, voxels and planets, fast moving objects, deformable entities, antennas, player standing on a moving grid, colliding grids, rotors, pistons, wheels, and many many more.

Hello, Engineers! We continue with the steady stream of regular minor patches, while most of the team is working on more optimizations and polish for the future major update. Thanks a lot for your patience, support and all the bug reports!

And if you are experiencing any issues with the game, please leave us a report on our forums in Bug Reports section. It really helps us to make Space Engineers better and better every week!

Hello, Engineers! We bring you huge load of improvements and fixes as usual after every major update. And thanks again for all your feedback - it really helps us to make Space Engineers better!

If you have any questions or requests, please do not hesitate to contact us, we will do our best to solve your problems. We would be also very happy if you can submit your feedback at our Space Engineers Steam store page and encourage us to do better. We welcome both positive or negative comments, it helps us to create better game for you.

Hello, Engineers! With today’s major update, 1.186.0, we are releasing a massive overhaul of visuals, audio and wheels, together with a huge number of additional improvements to the core of Space Engineers.

Hello, Engineers! We have another minor update for you this week, but do not despair! We have big major build cooking in our basement, where we keep the programmers shackled and working. It should be ready for the release into the wild soon! (the update and the programmers).

Hello, Engineers! This week"s update contains more fixes and improvements as the main team continues with working on the next major update. The notable improvements this week are for example eliminating issues with transferring items through Advanced Rotor Head, or projection still being projected after cutting power.

Also, if you want to participate in the Space Engineers Physics & Engineering Contest - there is still time. For more details continue to:

Hello, Engineers! Back from holidays and waiting for your weekly dose of Space Engineers improvements? Well, wait no longer! Inventories on grinds built by Projectors are accessible, destroyed cargo containers are dropping items again and more.

Hello, Engineers! Today"s update is another minor one bringing you more improvements before next major update. The battery exploit was removed, so welding your batteries back up no longer resets its powerstate without trashing the powercells. You are welcome. :)

And if the wait for another major update seems long to you, why not join our Physics & Engineering Contest meanwhile? Check the details at Marek"s blog post:

Hello, Engineers! Today"s update brings you more improvements for our last major update. We have also improved jetpack behavior while flying on a moving ship for dedicated servers.

And if you are thinking about joining our Physics & Engineering Contest, now is your chance! Check the details at Marek"s blog post:

Hello, Engineers! In today"s update we are bringing you another bunch of improvements and fixes. We have added input method for Chinese text, fixed gravity HUD and laser antenna issues and more!

We would be also very happy if you can submit your feedback at our Space Engineers Steam store page and encourage us to do better. We welcome both positive or negative comments, it helps us to create better game for you:

Hello, Engineers! Today"s update continues with improvements for our last major update. Plus we are re-introducing a rotor lock option back into the game - it allows you to completely stop a rotor spinning even when external forces are applied. The internal working of this feature is different from its previous implementation and fits the new physics system.

If you have any questions or requests, please do not hesitate to contact us, we will do our best to solve your problems. We would be also very happy if you can submit your feedback at our Space Engineers Steam store page and encourage us to do better. We welcome both positive or negative comments, it helps us to create better game for you!

With today’s major update we are releasing a large overhaul to the physics in Space Engineers. The update is primarily focusing on pistons, rotors, landing gears, and grid deformations. These mechanics have been a top priority for the SE team during the last year - to have these things be as robust, stable, and intuitive as possible. The game’s physics are now more stable and creations shouldn"t break, explode or do uncontrollable things under normal conditions with default settings. You can read about the changes to physics in great technical detail on Marek Rosa’s blog: physics.html

Hello, Engineers! We are getting extremely close to the next major release with the team reviewing the last few remaining details before we can let it loose on the community. We truly appreciate your patience with us as we prepare this update as we really want it to blow your minds!

Hello, Engineers! The team continues to mainly focus on the next major release but in today"s update we still have some nice improvements for you. Character backpacks, which could decrease the performance on highly populated servers, can now be removed from the world via the "Remove Floating Objects" function in the Space Master screen.

Hello, Engineers! Today’s update comes with an exciting new addition - the Skin Recycler! With this, you can recycle your unwanted or duplicate skins and upgrade them to a new Badger skin! The recycler will give you recycle tokens for your old skin pieces, which you can trade in for new items of your choice. All of this is done in the character customization screen.

Space Engineer"s fourth anniversary was this Sunday, and there"s been a lot of speculation and excitement about it. However, today"s update is not the anniversary update. We have been working very hard on the next major update which was originally scheduled to release today, but we decided to delay it for a few more weeks to give our team more time to perfect all the changes. This next update is seriously exciting, with some pretty huge changes. We want to make sure it"s as good as it can possibly be before we release it, so please stay patient and start up the major update hype train :)

Hello, Engineers! We’ve heard your feedback for the last few minor updates, and since so many of you are missing the weekly update videos, we’ve decided to post some new, different content! This week we have the first video in a series we’re calling Catchin’ Clang. In this series, everyone’s favorite developer, Rexxar ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°), will give you a behind the scenes look at the process of finding and fixing bugs in Space Engineers!

Hello, Engineers! Today"s minor release comes with a sizeable batch of general improvements. The team has been working hard on both fixes and features of upcoming updates and are looking forward to seeing in the hands of our players. Issues fixed in this week"s update include the dampeners HUD icon showing the incorrect state, controls being inverted when two players pilot a single grid and inventory scrolling not working properly. Additionally there"s more sound improvements. For example, you will notice a new sound when walking with activated magnetic boots and footstep sounds should now be in sync with animation.

Hello, Engineers! This week"s minor release comes with some important general improvements. Issues fixed include a number of audio issues like wheel sounds playing even when a vehicle is not moving and choking sounds being heard by all players. Also, the Doppler Effect should now be heard correctly through your sound device of choice. Additionally, there’s some modding improvements; mods can now use WAV format audio instead of WXM.

Behind the scenes, the team is busy working towards some exciting major updates for the game as we approach the fourth year anniversary of Space Engineers. Stay tuned...

Hello, Engineers! This week"s minor release brings you a significant round of fixes and improvements. Numerous fixes for the UI are included in the update and downloading mods should no longer fail when loading into a new world. Direct connect now allows DNS as well as IP address to join multiplayer games. Also, headphone users will be happy to hear that we fixed the volume of hangar door sound effects!

Hello, Engineers! This weeks update brings you more fixes and improvements. There should be fewer multiplayer crashes, issues with block groups in control panel should be fixed and Remote Control functions: Take Control and Sharing now work correctly.

Hello, Engineers! While we are fully focused on next major update, in this week"s minor we are bringing bunch of fixes likes not spawning containers, small advance rotor head clipping through rotor body. This update is bringing a lot of crash fixes with various UI cases, resource distribution, copy and pasting of drones in MP and others. Perhaps the most noteworthy fix this update is concerning the visual bug for moving grids that was encountered by RYZEN and I7 users.

„Well, the thing about a black hole - it"s main distinguishing feature - is it"s black. And the thing about space, the color of space, your basic space color - is it"s black. So how are you supposed to see them?“ - Holly

Hello, Engineers! This week"s minor release is primarily focusing on the Chinese translation of the game, but also on other minor fixes such as parachute fixes, container spawning, block fixes and many others.

During 5 month period, We have been working on Chinese translation for Space Engineers with the great help from Chinese community! Now we are happy to announce, that we have finished the translation and releasing it today.

Hello, Engineers! With today"s major release we are bringing you some amazing additions to the game! From now on, you will be able to personalize your engineer with a broad range of new items! We are introducing 33 customizable skin sets for your engineer, your tools and your weapons. It’s time to show off! On top of that, another brand-new block makes its debut in Space Engineers: A reloadable parachute block for both small and large grid!

Hello, Engineers! We are extremely excited to announce that today we are releasing the next major update for the game which contains a huge batch of optimisations and improvements!

This week’s minor is continuing the current run of general improvements as we near the release of the next major update. We know a lot of you really can’t wait for this but it’s crucial that we fix as many bugs as possible before going live with changes to code as significant as the ones in the upcoming major. The main issues fixed in today’s update include terminals taking you to the incorrect block in the control panel and automatic turrets shooting subgrids of their own grid. Additionally, corner and interior lights should no longer appear emissive when turned off or not supplied with power.

Hello, Engineers! It’s a new minor update this week containing more general improvements as we grow ever closer to the next major release, the changelog of which is growing bigger and bigger day! If you missed it, watch last week’s video to hear about some of the optimisations that will be going into that release. The main issues fixed in today’s update include safety locked rotor heads detaching after using a jump drive and grids being able to pass through closed hangar doors. Additionally, we resolved issues with block placement being offset when standing on moving grids.

Hello, Engineers! This week’s minor update is focused on addressing multiplayer desyncs. We fixed issues related to landing gears, autolock etc. Amount of crashes was also dramatically reduced.

Hello, Engineers! This week’s minor update is focused on addressing various crashes, the majority of which are related to multithreaded physics. This is also why you may have noticed multiple hotfixes being released during the last week as we are determined to fix them as soon as possible. Other issues fixed include the collect all option not working properly with large connectors and being unable to remove catwalks in certain situations.

Hello, Engineers! We’ve got a minor update for you this week after last week’s major update, and the team have been busy processing various issues reported by the community on our forums. For example we’ve fixed problems with connectors and block placement on dedicated servers. Small grid rotor displacement settings should now be saved in blueprints too. Additionally, a number of crashes were also resolved. It’s been great to read everyone’s feedback and to hear that many players have seen big performance gains in their worlds. Please do continue to let us know your thoughts and experiences with these weekly updates. In today’s work in progress section We would like to talk about the render optimizations showcased earlier this week. We demonstrated how a world with 16 red ships would run at around 45FPS on a system running the current version of game. In comparison, the exact same scenario was then loaded on a prototype version with the render optimizations included and ran at around 60FPS! One of the improvements which helped to achieve this was making the GPU be no longer limited by the CPU.

Hello, Engineers! Today’s release is a major one bringing you some of the biggest optimizations in the game’s history. For example, the 16 players and 16 red ships multiplayer scenario ran at a sim speed of 0.25 before optimizations and now it runs at 1.0! We achieved this by reducing blocks per frame updates, reducing world matrix calculations per frame, and by enabling multithreaded physics. The team still plans to continue with further optimizations in areas like ship collisions, explosions, loading times, planets, memory usage and more! Additionally, We are also pleased to announce that the multiplayer synchronization code has been optimized further.

Hello, Engineers! Once again, we’ve got a minor update for you today with more crash fixes and a couple of improvements as the team battles with the last few remaining issues in the next major update.

Next Tuesday we will be streaming at 8PM CEST on the Keen Community Network over on Twitch. This stream with Marek will be focusing on the vision for Space Engineers as well as giving a more detailed update on the progress of performance improvements.

Hello Engineers! There’s a batch of art and animation fixes in today’s minor update as the team moves ever closer to the next major update which will contain significant improvements to performance and multiplayer. Issues with model fixed this week include incorrect LODs on a number of blocks like the small grid merge block and small grid camera but also missing textures on blocks such as wheel suspension and the large ship welder. Moving on now to a couple of the notable animation issues that were fixed, using hand tools will no longer stretch the engineer’s arms and rifles should now aim where the crosshair is pointing.

In other news, next Monday we will be streaming at 8PM CEST on the Keen Community Network over on Twitch. During the stream, together with Marek and Deepflame, we’ll be talking more about things being worked on and also taking a look at Medieval Engineers and it’s future plans. Marek will even be suiting up for the occasion in his personalized Roman armor!

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Electricity is a system and resource in Space Engineers that is used to power most devices. It is created using a Large Reactor, Small Reactor, Wind Turbine, Hydrogen Engine, or Solar Panel. It can be stored in a Battery and discharged to the grid it is built on. Any device that has a direct block connection to a power source will be powered by that power source; that is, if a reactor is on a ship, all devices attached to that ship should receive power - provided there is enough power to supply all active blocks on the grid.

In Space Engineers the rate of energy transfer and energy conversion is expressed in watt (W). The unit watt comes commonly prefixed to kW or MW, as seen in the table. An amount of stored electricity is expressed in watt hours (Wh), which can be thought of as the product of a rate of energy transfer and a time this rate was sustained. If, for example, you need 500 W for 5 hours, a battery storing electricity to the amount of 500W*5h = 2500 Wh = 2.5 kWh will suffice. Typically you will encounter Wh, kWh, and MWh units in the game referring to stored energy in a charged battery or in fuel like uranium ingots. Conversely, W, kW, and MW units describe a rate consumers (e.g. refineries) and producers (e.g. reactors) of electricity work at.

A Battery is special in that it doesn"t generate electricity, it merely stores it for later use. It"s wise to combine renewable electrical generation from solar panels with batteries and not reactors since a battery charging from the latter is only 80% efficient. This efficiency penalty means that a battery needs 20% more power (Wh) for the energy it will store and return. That is while it will return 3 MWh (for large batteries) charging at a maximum rate of 12 MW, the battery will require 3.6 MWh for a full charge, thus 600 kWh will be wasted. A Large Ship battery continuously drawn on at its maximum output rate of 12 MW, beginning at full charge of 3 MWh, will deplete in 15 minutes.

In Space Engineers, electricity sources are ranked in order of which of them will be used first to fulfill electrical demand as a sort of automatic intelligent power management sub-system. The purpose of this is to utilise power sources intelligently, for example if there is both a Solar Panel and a Large Reactor available to use. Instead of equally distributing a load across them the grid will attempt to utilise all of the output of a solar panel, before using the reactor and use the reactor to make up any difference in demand that the solar panel cannot provide. Thereby saving Uranium, instead of needlessly letting solar power go to waste.

(*) Solar Panels have a maximum output depending on their angle to the sun and the amount of actually lit surface. Given values are the maximum achievable output with perfect conditions, therefore efficiency and output may vary.

Comparing them directly, the small reactor provides far more energy for the space it takes up; for example, 20 Small Reactors is equal to the output of a Large Reactor with only two-thirds of the space used. Despite this the large reactor offers greater economies of scale, requires less Conveyor complexity and in general is more useful in a variety of important applications especially as Powerplants for Large Ships, being both lighter and requiring fewer resources to construct. This makes Large Reactors ideal for ships that can take advantage of their reduced mass and accelerate or decelerate more easily, and therefore use less Uranium Ingots. Small Reactors are therefore ideal for stations that do not need to move, situations where physical space is precious or presents relatively light power needs that would not require a larger more expensive reactor. For example, a large reactor only needs 40 Metal Grids while a small reactor needs 4 Metal Grids at approximately 10 Small Reactors (150 MW) you would start to see economy of scale benefits clearly when using the large reactor. Between them however, they use Uranium Ingots equally as efficiently neither one will manage to extract more energy than they would otherwise have to.

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Visual Script Builder allows you to create Space Engineers scripts with a user interface. You don"t need to know anything about programming. Just enter the name of the block you want to control and choose what to do with it. Chain logic statements together to create complex behaviors.

A large number of Space Engineers players are unable to utilize programming. The scripting documentation is poor, and the in-game editor doesn"t provide any help. Many people are unfamiliar with coding, and C# in Space Engineers doesn"t make for a simple beginner language. There are scripts available on the Steam Workshop, but those rarely work for custom applications.

I developed this tool to let anyone capable of playing Space Engineers write their own custom scripts. I tried to make it as feature-rich as possible while still being easy to use.

In Visual Script Builder, everything is driven by logic chunks. One logic chunk can either check a condition (e.g. If Light X is ON), or apply an action (e.g. Turn Light Y ON). You can insert logic chunks and remove logic chunks at any point in the script. There is no limit to the number of logic chunks you can use. Each logic chunk consists of the logic type, the in-game Space Engineers block it applies to, and the in-game block"s data.

For example, if you want to get only Batteries that have a name including "Station", you can enter "Station" in the block name field, and choose All Blocks of Type. This will select only the Batteries that have "Station" somewhere in their name. It will get Batteries named "Station Battery 5" and "Battery 3 [Station]" but would not get a battery named "Battery 2", because it does not include the filter text.

You can add to numeric variables using a plus sign (+), or subtract from them using a minus sign (-). If you wanted the total stored power in all of your batteries, you could add each Stored Power value together by choosing All Blocks of TypeBattery, then saving the Stored Power as +totalpower to create a variable totalpower, which would have the sum of all Stored Power values from your Batteries.

When writing the text you want displayed on an LCD panel, you can use any variables that you created in your script by surrounding them with brackets. For example, if you saved a variable called totalpower, you could display its value on an LCD panel by writing [totalpower]. This can be combined with any other text, or any other variables. Total Power: [totalpower] would display Total Power: 3.00MW. See additional information about using LCD panels below.

Don"t worry about highlighting and copying, just click the button to copy your entire script to the clipboard and paste it into the editor in Space Engineers.

As you can see, our variable (here named variableName) is followed by a question mark (?), the text to display when true (trueText), a colon (:), and the text to display when false (falseText). For use on the LCD panel, we must enclose this whole string in brackets. In a more realistic scenario, we might want to display ON when our Reactor is on, and OFF when our Reactor is off. We can create a boolean variable called reactorOn for the Reactor"s On/Off state by typing a new variable name (reactorOn) into the Save As box for the OnOff property of the Reactor. For this property, true means the reactor is on. To get the text to display correctly, we can type the following into an LCD panel.

As of Update 1.0.3, it"s also possible to do calculations right inside the text of the LCD panel. This allows you to display your power percentage. Mathematically, power percentage is:

The Block Name box is where you enter the name of the Space Engineers block you want to work with. If this is left blank, the default value will be used for the chosen block type. Leave this blank.

That"s it! You"re now ready to try the script out. Click the Copy Script To Clipboard button, and paste the code into a Programmable Block in Space Engineers. Running the code will toggle on/off an Interior Light with the name "Interior Light".

In Space Engineers, create a Programmable Block. Go into the Programmable Block"s menu and click Edit. Delete everything in the editor and paste in your script. CTRL-C and CTRL-V work in the editor. Click Check Code to check the code for errors, then click Remember & Exit to save. Be careful, as using ALT-TAB to switch out of Space Engineers will revert your script to the last saved script. It is easy to lose your changes.

To run the script, open the Programmable Block"s menu and click Run. You can also assign this action to your toolbar in a ship, or to a button panel by dragging the Programmable Block to the bar and choosing Run with default argument.

If you want your script to be run constantly (for example, waiting for a door to open and triggering the lights to turn on) you can use the Frequency dropdown in the Script Settings menu. It will automatically run your script every 1, 10, or 100 ticks. There are 60 ticks per second in-game. This feature was introduced in version 1.0.8, but can cause issues when trying to use Arguments in the Programmable Block. With older versions, or to avoid issues with Arguments, you have to use a timer block. Create a Timer block and set the Trigger Delay to 1 second. Click Setup Actions, and drag your Programmable Block to the first space on the bar. Again, use Run with default argument. Then drag your Timer block to the next space on the bar and choose Start. Now start the Timer block, and your script will be executed every second.

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The Space Engineers - Sparks of the Future DLC includes the Sci-Fi LCD, the Neon Tubes, the 2 new Sci-Fi Thrusters, the Sci-Fi Interior Wall, the Bar Counter, the 3 new Sci-Fi Control Panels, the Sci-Fi Sliding Door, the Sci-Fi Armor Skin, the 2 Neon Armor Skins and the 8 new character emotes

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Space Engineers is a voxel-based sandbox game, developed and published by Czech independent developer Keen Software House. In 2013, the initial developmental release of the game joined the Steam early access program. During the following years of active development, Space Engineers sold over one million units. In total as of 2019 the game has sold over 3.5 million copiessource code was officially available and maintained by KSH to assist the modding community.Beta and was later officially released on February 28, 2019.

Gameplay of Space Engineers begins with the player selecting or joining a world with specific settings, such as the number of asteroids (an "empty world" can also be picked) and the available starting equipment. When creating or editing a world, several advanced options are available to change how the player will interact with the world, and how the worlds will appear. This includes changing the speed with which several tools and machines will work, the size of the player"s inventory, and whether procedural generation will be used (effectively making the world infinite). Upon confirming the world settings, a loading screen appears while the world is generated. This screen consists of a random in-game screenshot as a backdrop, the game"s logo, an animated loading icon, and a randomly selected message at the center. The message may be either a helpful gameplay hint, or one of many quotations concerning space, science, and/or engineering. Many of these quotes are from notable scientists such as Isaac Newton, Galileo Galilei, Albert Einstein, as well as authors such as Arthur C. Clarke.

Once in-game, the player is given control of a single astronaut (referred to as a "Space Engineer") and a set of tools comprising a drill, a welder, and a grinder (if spawn with tools is on). Construction begins by choosing any block from the Engineer"s inventory, and placing it anywhere in open space to create a new voxel grid. Additional blocks can then be added to this grid to create a structure.

aesthetic purpose. Armor blocks, the most basic and common of all blocks, can be realistically damaged and deformed through collisions or the use of weapons.keypads, which can be used to view and manipulate the status of other specific blocks attached to the structure. To be functionally connected however, and to transport materials, blocks called "conveyors" must be used to connect the desired machines. "Functional" blocks require power, which can be provided by solar panels or nuclear reactors attached to the same structure. While reactors must be supplied with uranium, and produce large amounts of power while active, solar panels will continually produce a low output of power when there is line-of-sight to the sun. Once being produced, power is automatically distributed throughout the entire structure and can also be stored in batteries.

Ships can be deliberately moved and rotated by external forces and a player as long as they are powered and have at least one gyroscope, thruster, and cockpit. To be able to move in any direction and then be able to stop effectively via inertia dampeners, thrusters must be placed on the structure facing up, down, forward, backward, left, and right. More gyroscopes on a ship will increase the ship"s ability to rotate in space, but in order for the inertial dampeners to be more effective, more thrusters must be added in each direction in which dampening is required.

Astronauts floating in space are able to move forward, backward, upwards, downwards, left, or right without restriction by using a jetpack. They are also able to rotate clockwise or counterclockwise. Astronauts and structures can also enable or disable inertial dampeners, which automatically attempt to reduce speed to zero when force is not being applied, and the required thrusters are installed.

If the player disables their jetpack within a gravitational field (either on the surface of a planet or a structure/asteroid with a gravity generator), movement is restricted to a plane perpendicular to the direction of the net gravity field(s). Vertical viewing angle is also restricted between −90 and 90 degrees, as in most first-person shooters. Ships and structures are unaffected by gravity generators unless equipped with at least one Artificial Mass block. If the player falls off a structure while within a gravity field, they will fall into space until out of range of the gravity generator, at which point the player"s jetpack will automatically enable itself. However, if the player touches their feet to an asteroid or structure with no gravity present, their "mag-boots" will enable them to walk across its surface and even around edges; though jumping will disconnect the player from the surface, and they cannot traverse the 90-degree angle between a floor and wall.

Asteroids and planets consist of terrain voxels, which substantially differ from blocks, and although possible to destroy by the player, cannot be created by them unless in creative mode. Celestial objects are currently fixed in space and cannot move, however, rocks/minerals that have been mined are subject to gravity and will react accordingly. Asteroids also do not currently have gravity associated with them, and can come in several basic forms including spherical, torus, and rod-shapes, as well other variations or combinations of these.

In survival mode, players need to mine, collect, and refine various chemical elements from asteroids and planets in order to craft tools, weapons, and blocks as well as produce electricity. Resources can be mined manually using a hand drill, or by using ships with the necessary equipment. Components are produced by assembling them from raw materials; however, they can also be harvested by salvaging cargo ships. To avoid death, players must monitor their health, energy and oxygen levels. Damage can be inflicted on the player by collisions, weapons, contact with thrusters, meteor showers, or by running out of space suit energy. Collisions at higher speeds result in more damage. As the acceleration value of gravity generators stacks, damage from falling can be much more dangerous when multiple gravity generators are active. A player"s health and energy can be restored using a Medical Room block, or a Survival Kit block. Energy can also be replenished by sitting in the cockpit of any powered structure. The development of survival mode began at the end of summer of 2013.

In the survival mode of the game, all actions, including survival itself due to the power requirements of the space-suit"s life-support system, depend on the gathering and refining of certain minerals. These minerals can be found on asteroids or planets, plundered from randomly spawned ships, or recovered from unknown signals. Raw materials are mined from deposits of ore on asteroids, and are then placed (or sent using a conveyor system) into a basic refinery or refinery in order to refine them to be used in assemblers. The refined materials are formed into various components in the assembler which can then be used in the construction of ships or stations.

Inventories in Space Engineers are very flexible and work in a whole-ship manner rather than in an individual one. All inventories connected to a ship can be viewed from any access panel on the same ship, however inventories must be connected via conveyors and conveyor tubes in order for items to be transferred among them. Inventories of refineries and assemblers will automatically request items to refine from connected inventories when they get low, and will send items into an available inventory when it fills up. The conveyor sorter allows inventories to be automatically removed and sorted from and into certain inventories. Instead of a common slot system, Space Engineers uses a volumetric system, measured in litres, with every item having a certain amount of volume and every inventory a certain capacity that it cannot exceed.

Planets in Space Engineers were released on November 12, 2015, after being in development since February 2015. There are several types of planets, themed after Earth, the Moon, Mars, Titan, Europa, and an "alien" planet.NPCs, and the Earth-like planet features wolves, hostile dog-like NPCs.

Atmospheric flight is possible even on worlds with oxygen-deprived atmospheres. In order to leave a planet, the player will need to use hydrogen engines with sufficient fuel or build a hybrid spacecraft with atmospheric engines (for liftoff) and ion engines (upper atmosphere to space).

Hybrid surface-to-orbit craft are considerably heavier than their space-only counterparts, but can be built compact enough to fit inside a standard hangar.

Each probe also possesses a button, which when pressed has a chance to reward the player with a collectible skin, similar to a loot box. The skin can be for the player character"s helmet, suit, boots, or tools, and can be traded or sold on the Steam Market. Each skin can be obtained for free in-game, with the exception of three sets: the Veteran Set, which was awarded to players who had owned the game before and played between August and September 2017; the Medieval Set, which is awarded to players who also own Medieval Engineers; and the Golden Set, which is awarded to players who purchase the Space Engineers Deluxe Edition.

Space Engineers was developed and published by the indie video game developer Keen Software House based in the Czech Republic. Implemented as a voxel-based sandbox game set in an asteroid field in space, built on their own game engine, VRAGE 2.

The pre-release alpha build was released on October 23, 2013 on Steam, featuring a single-player "creative" mode. On February 24, 2014, the company announced that Space Engineers had sold over 250,000 copies in four months.Space Engineers have been achieved: survival mode and multiplayer.

Adds Dispenser and jukebox blocks, a transparent LCD panel (useful for creating custom HUDs), various interior furnishings and window blocks, new catwalk blocks, railings, stairs and half stairs, a rotating warning light fixture, and a small collection of decorative metal crates.

Adds the Frostbite Scenario, the Antenna Dish, decorative engineer cadavers (skeletons in suits, for atmosphere), a 7.5m wide by 5m tall airtight door block, an offset door, a blizzard-themed block texture overlay, a pair of "I’m Cold" and "Checking suit vitals display" emotes, and some LCD posters.

Includes a set of decorative neon tubes, sci-fi versions of various blocks such as the "Ion" and "Atmospheric" thrusters, LCD panels, Interior walls, button panels, sliding doors, and various button panels.

Adds a Large (7.5m by 7.5m) Magnetic plate, a set of truss beam blocks and Industrial conveyor pipes, a decorative cylindrical column block, a vertical button panel, remodeled versions of the Large Hydrogen Tank; Large Cargo Container; Refinery; Assembler; and Hydrogen Thrusters. And a hazard pattern block texture overlay.

A model and texture overhaul of the nuclear reactors; battery blocks; airtight hangar doors; rocket pod and gatling gun; and couch block. It also contains a "searchlight" block (a spotlight-camera-turret combo), a heat vent block, a set of bridge windows, a light panel, a "helm" station, a new helmet, a reinforced sliding door, and two new emotes.

Rosa, Marek (May 14, 2015). "Space Engineers – full source code access, total modifications and 100,000 USD fund". Retrieved June 16, 2015. Today we have a very important announcement for our modders and our community. We decided to give you 100% complete access to Space Engineers" source code. This comes as a continuation of our decision to give more freedom to modders and community.

"EULA.txt". . Retrieved October 19, 2021. The source code and art assets must not to be mistaken for free software, an open source in a free-software activist understanding, copy-left or public domain software. All source code and art assets remain copyrighted and licensed by KEEN SWH LTD. and you are allowed to use them (modify, tweak, make a derivative work, distribute, etc.) only under following conditions. [...]use this source code only for developing mods for Space Engineers.

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Testing conducted by Apple in September 2021 using preproduction 16-inch MacBook Pro systems with Apple M1 Pro, 10-core CPU, 16-core GPU, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB SSD. The wireless web test measures battery life by wirelessly browsing 25 popular websites with display brightness set to 8 clicks from bottom. The Apple TV app movie playback test measures battery life by playing back HD 1080p content with display brightness set to 8 clicks from bottom. Battery life varies by use and configuration. See for more information.

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