Comments: 601 • Responses: 78 • Date: 2014-02-26 23:29:42 UTC
SpacePioneer337 karma2014-02-26 23:49:07 UTC
It's always a learning experience...
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SpacePioneer193 karma2014-02-26 23:52:08 UTC
Yes, I'd say that we are treated well by the general public! Well, a fire for starters, depressurization and a variety of life support problems. I'd say that my time in space was particularly problematic, when compared to other missions to the Mir.
SpacePioneer157 karma2014-02-27 00:14:34 UTC
During soviet times; there was of course rivalry that was fueled by cold
war politics. But there is no resentment now -- we're all friends and we
all want to explore space together. We share the same obstacles (financing) and all want for Humanity to reach out to the stars.
SpacePioneer143 karma2014-02-26 23:57:51 UTC
It's more than possible! We can send people to mars RIGHT NOW if we had the funding to do it.
SpacePioneer138 karma2014-02-26 23:46:33 UTC
Looking back at the planet that you've been living on for your whole life. It's an incredible thing to experience!
SpacePioneer134 karma2014-02-27 15:24:27 UTC
We had Cognac...
SpacePioneer130 karma2014-02-27 00:44:05 UTC
Always actually; to think that we are just a tiny spec within the universe is a very sobering thought.
SpacePioneer115 karma2014-02-26 23:56:29 UTC
I was actively searching for them and fantasized about seeing them, but
did not see any with my own eyes. I believe that other life exists
somewhere, and I want to show people my interpretation of it (as well as
my team's), through Space Pioneer.
SpacePioneer114 karma2014-02-27 03:36:44 UTC
I think it's a little bit of both. Though the budget for Sochi was absurd in it's own right... People need to be
inspired to venture out into space and politicians need to see that people are interested in space exploration.
That's happened before with the Soviet/U.S. space race and it can happen again if there is enough interest. I'd
also like to say that star trek was something that inspired a lot future of NASA and Roscosmos employees. We
want to accomplish the same thing with Space Pioneer!
SpacePioneer101 karma2014-02-27 01:21:10 UTC
I can definitely elaborate -- every cosmonaut that's listed on our team
has been making professional grade space sims for most of their
career (that includes me) -- it's much easier for us to make something
that's fun and incorporates RTS game-play then it is to make accurate
space simulators. I can also add that one of our team members (he's
not listed on our Kickstarter yet) worked a long time with twisted pixel, and a lot of our team is very experienced in crafting games.
We are in pre-production and so we are focusing on story first and
coding second. So we can show you early builds, but they
wouldn't accurately represent what we want our game to be. Thanks
for taking the time to write on this thread! But we need your help to reach our goal so that we can actually make this game. Our team is unique to the video game industry and we are completely confident that we can make this game all that we want it to be.
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