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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by killercow, Feb 26, 2014.
AHHHH update!!! Sounds like I need to dive back into this tonight!
Since the latest update (version 2.3) the game keeps crashing on my iPhone 5/iOS 7.0
Hope it goes on sale soon
Not much sale as I hoped for like their previous sales.... *disappointed*
Devs need to eat, not every game can go on sale or go for free, at times it feels better to pay for an game
Ik. I have been spending too much lately and trying to save and buy when it's at lowest price. I guess I will have to play another long wait game. Patience is the key.
Out of all the sale prices youve gotten games at, i think this one can take a pass and deserve a little bit of extra. It's kinda obvious you really want the game, and im pretty sure im not the only one who will say that Out There is definitely worth full price.
Meh, not always. I sometimes buy them on full price. But I guess I became more like this after since my country App Store increased price I guess. Ok, I will wait til it goes on full price again (jk jk lol XD)
I have a question, maybe someone knows this. I ran out of fuel (bad RNG ) but.. I had this 'Stellar Embryo' module installed. And I woke up in a new body! However, instead of waking on my own ship, I ended up in an abandoned ship I left many systems ago. Is that supposed to happen? The embryo was installed in my own ship, not in the ship that I left.
The catch is.... while I didnt dismantle the abandoned ship's components (I was well stocked at the time I saw it), all neighboring stars are outside its space folder's range, and it doesn't have the resources to build the only known power upgrade (it's a human colonization ship carrying humans). And since I left the system, the only planet there now turned into an 'enemy planet' that can not be visited .
Had no idea that No Man's Sky ripped off certain game mechanics from Out There but that's what it sounds like: https://theiddm.wordpress.com/2016/09/26/ego-check-michael-peiffert-creative-director-of-out-there/