Humanity finds itself in a position unique in its history. We, for the first time in our civilization’s life span, possess technology at our disposal that we no longer know how to craft. The knowledge of a number of technologies and systems that we utilize, the secrets behind their inner workings and prototype designs have been lost after the events of the Catastrophe.
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Just one day before Valentine’s Day, a new lovely version has been deployed. The fifth changelog lists all Closed Alpha additions and modifications in a space-nut shell. Read on to see the list of missions that have been improved, learn more about new level-up rewards and further aspects like the re-worked relative stats ratings on your profile page…
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So, we have discussed the important of clean code before. That article showed how economic exchanges could clean up otherwise messy steps involved in the processes of cloning. But what happens if your mess is bigger than a single step? – In our new technology blog post, we invite you to join us for (code) combat …
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It’s calendar week six of 2018; time for fresh game update! Read on to learn more about the new features, modifications, and improvements that have made it to Tau Station this week.
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The first month of 2018 just ended and a lot of progress has been made, especially due to the feedback of all of the Closed Alpha Testers. Check out what has been achieved in January and what is planned for February. A couple of new features, like new missions, improvements, and useful comfort suggestions from your side are on our list…
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A new week – time for a game update and a fresh quick overview of all changes and improvements that happened this week. Please keep sharing your testing experience and findings with us. Thank you for the amazing support and feedback. You can discover a new mission and next week it will be time for some more!
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“For learning, life improvement, and subject matter expertise, without the hassle of actual studying, the University of Tau Station offers a quick, simple solution. Education is only an injection away.”
Humankind is rising from the ashes of the Catastrophe, searching for lost knowledge just like Wreck Runners of København seek lost spaceship technology. The Universities throughout the galaxy function on the premise that an educated population is a population best suited to survive. For a small fee, that education can be yours.
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On Tuesday, January 23rd, Tau Station gets its second update. Thanks to all Closed Alpha testers for your input. Check out the improvements and several new comfort features that are being included this time. The Closed Alpha Test will continue, and there is more to come next week!
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“Ships come to life on København, and come to die on Gadani.”
In our last installment of Galactic Destinations, we introduced you to the Wreckage, and the shipyards of København. Today, we will give you a glimpse at a station light years away: The Yards of Gadani. Whereas “new” vessels are born on København, ships whose services are no longer needed come to Gadani for their final days.
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On Tuesday, January 16th, Tau Station gets its first update. Thanks to all Closed Alpha testers for your input. From now on, a changelog will always provide a short summary of the improvements, fixes, and new content/features implemented with each new version. Have a look at this very first changelog to see which changes and improvements have made it into the game already.
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