As a fan of No Man's Sky I've always wanted to make a space exploration game with a massive universe. I began to explore this recently and have made amazing progress. The game I'm working on is called Super Starship. You are in control of a starship in a massive universe - 900,000 stars and over 5 million planets! It is a completely persistent universe with discovered stars and planets cataloged on a backend server and retrieved as needed for all players. The game will be multiplayer as well, explore the universe with your friends (or make new ones). How many simultaneous players is yet to be determined but I hope for at least 32, that’s my goal, but might have to settle for 16. Either way all players are exploring the same universe. I tweeted about some progress here (videos): https://twitter.com/lestopher13/status/1363152223371411458?s=20 https://twitter.com/lestopher13/status/1365731883456344068?s=20 In the included screen shots: Every dot on the screen is a star system with a random number of planets to explore. Use short range scans to view locations of planets when you’re in a star system. Use long range scan to view nearby star systems when in the universe. Galactic Map shows all discovered stars along with locations of all players. Along with discovering new stars and planets I plan to add multiple missions, still making a list of what these will be but along the lines of checking out space anomalies and scanning for unknown objects and finding a few Easter eggs. All of this running at 60 fps on iPhone (tested on 7 Plus and 11 Pro)/iPad. Multiple Game Center leaderboards. Game controllers supported but not required - screen swipes to steer ship works very well. More to come… release date is yet to be determined but hopefully in the next month or two.