FANDOM



Welcome to the Space Agency Wiki!

This is an unofficial wiki for Space Agency, a game for iOS and Android developed by Nooleus.

In Space Agency, you are in control of your very own space program. Start out with satellite and space telescope launches, expand your space station, fly to and land on the moon or even other planets. The possibilities are infinite!

What is Space Agency?

Space Agency is all about designing your rockets and launching them into space. Once you have come up with a good design, launch your rocket and get it into orbit. Now the real fun starts - either stay near the planet and leave a satellite in orbit, or travel out into space. You can expand the initially very small space station, fly to and land on the moon with the Saturn V, or send out probes to explore other planets or the Sun. With the new scientific discoveries made while you progress, you will later be able to set up an asteroid detection system to protect your home planet, or even land on the Red planet!


Sol BLU66-1 670-c 670-d 670-e 670-f 670-g 670-l-1 670-f-1 670-h 670-k 670-i 670-j

Getting Started

Here are some tips for getting started on the wiki:

  1. Use the search bar at the top of the page to navigate or see All Pages
  2. Read the Rules
  3. Share images in the Photo Gallery
  4. Create a profile and upload blogs
  5. Join the Discord server

Topics that should be on Pages:

For more information on Getting Started, see the Beginner's Guide.

News

March 12th, 2019 ~ Andy releases a sneak peek video on his Youtube channel, of his new Space Agency game: titled Space Agency 2138!

To quote his tweet: "The new game is called Space Agency 2138. It is set in the not too distant future. The aim of the game is to colonise and mine the planets in the solar system and use their resources to build space stations, etc."

What's shown in the video hints at players exploring the solar system in full 3D action, and they now get to go inside their spacecraft and actually work the various (and numerous) new controls, which are located in different places inside the ships and station modules.

Astronauts have been added; and players get to play multiple roles, such as pilot and engineer, each with different responsibilities and job functions.

Check out Andy's sneak peek video here!

Space Agency 2138

Poll

Overview

This is a poll concerning Andy's sneak peek video of a new game in the Space Agency family, Space Agency 2138.

Rules

  • One vote per user only. Please do not make biases.
  • You may give a few comments, but do not discuss. A separate page where you can do that is provided here.
  • No swearing, word wars, unrelated comments, and the like. There are kids here, as well as those who are too gullible when they discover new information.
  • Follow the rules of the poll, of the wiki, of your nation, of God, and especially the rules of your instinct, better known as common sense and social cues!
  • Thank the editors, the admins, and everyone who helped in the improvement of the game and wiki. Have a good time!!!
Image-2
What do you think of Andy's sneak peek video of Space Agency 2138?
 
124
 
55
 
9
 

The poll was created at 01:50 on March 14, 2019, and so far 188 people voted.

Latest Activity

  • discussion page Talk:Ariane 6 First Stage
    new comment by Daysant 5 hours ago
    Comment: An Ariane 5 is enough to get to space. Ignite the engine at liftoff, let go until you need to roll, when the boosters are depleted and then propel...
  • edit GRN
    edited by Daysant 14 hours ago diff
    Summary: added re-entry experience
  • discussion page Talk:GRN
    new comment by Daysant 14 hours ago
    Comment: They need to fix the fly-by mechanics. One time, I was sending a tug with an Apollo Service and a crew module to GRN, and I forgot I was travelling...
  • discussion page Just saying hi
    comment by Momoking8289 5 days ago
    Momoking8289

    Momoking8289

    How ya doing? It's been a long time, and I just want to see how you're doing. Looks like you're pretty inactive here now, ... 

  • discussion page Talk:Mission 37
    new comment by Daysant 6 days ago
    Comment: im confused: what is the difference between ion drives and linked ion drives?
  • edit Quick Play
    edited by Daysant 6 days ago diff
    Summary: Added the fourth paragraph, describing how Quick Play takes place in a sandbox-like environment.
  • discussion page Talk:Launch
    new comment by Daysant 6 days ago
    Comment: Forgetting to close the launch tab when I needed to help my mom, rocket losed velocity and fell to the ground.
  • discussion page Talk:Ariane 5
    new comment by Daysant 6 days ago
    Comment: I use this ALL the time. You can get to space on First stage: ignite the main engine until it is turned on turn it off make the boosters do the...
  • discussion page Talk:Mission 30
    new comment by Daysant
    Comment: What is the Navi-Comp waypoint name for the shuttle?
  • discussion page Talk:KAT
    new comment by Daysant
    Comment: Nobody had the idea SOL was litteraly the Sun?
# NAME UTCOFF ZONE New_York -5:00 EST # IN ON AT SAVE LETTERS Mar Sun>=8 2:00 1 EDT # 2nd Sunday in March Nov Sun>=1 2:00 0 EST # 1st Sunday in November
# NAME UTCOFF ZONE London 0:00 GMT # IN ON AT SAVE LETTERS Mar lastSun 1:00 1 BST # last Sunday in March Oct lastSun 1:00 0 GMT # last Sunday in October
# NAME UTCOFF ZONE Tokyo 9:00 JST # no daylight time in Japan
# NAME UTCOFF ZONE Moscow 3:00 MSK # no daylight time in Moscow

# NAME UTCOFF ZONE Kennedy_Space_Center -5:00 EST # IN ON AT SAVE LETTERS Mar Sun>=8 2:00 1 EDT # 2nd Sunday in March Nov Sun>=1 2:00 0 EST # 1st Sunday in November

# NAME UTCOFF ZONE Baikonur_Cosmodrome 7:00 ALMT # no daylight time in Baikonur

Wiki Rules

By using this wiki, you agree to the Rules.

If you see this, your JavaScript might be disabled or DiscordIntegrator plugin isn't working. If the latter, please contact a wiki administrator.

This Month's Featured Article

Stand-Alone Laboratory

The Stand-Alone Laboratory is a totally self-sufficient micro-space station that is capable of generating its own Power.

Read more about it here.

Questions? Comments?

Suggestion Box

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.