I think we should consider condensing the information into longer articles. For example, on the Saturn V page, we could also include information on the Apollo, lander, stages, and the info boxes for all of the parts. We could (obviously) divide the article into multiple sections, with headers. Agree? Disagree? Joeybafoey (talk) 15:42, December 6, 2015 (UTC)
So, after seeing interesting pictures on the Wiki (which unfortunately were red herrings), I suddenly had the
realisation that it would be possible to mod a game like this to improve it drastically. (Skins, New Parts, New Planets, all that awesome stuff that many other indie games have)
The problem is: there's no open-source code for this game.
We could eventually display the code, but then, that begs the question: "Will people take advantage o
f this, if so, how? And what can we do to stop that?", and that string of questions leads on and on and on and on and on and on and on.......
I'm asking: "Should we display the code for this game, so that we can mod it to make it even more
awesome?" That's for you to answer.
You would have to ask Nooleus directly for the source code, and for the permission to mod it, but it would be highly unlikely he'll give it to you given it's copyrighted and for the exact concerns you listed. If you do try to mod it regardless, do it at your own risk.
Missing Game ImageI am wondering why the main page of this wikia doesn't have the image that represents the game in the app stores...
I decided to count the number of parts unlocked after I achieved the "Elite Commander" rank in-game, 20th August 2017.
15 fairings, 18 payloads, 21 small stages, 19 medium stages, 7 large stages, 6 boosters and 25 station parts that can be launched, which makes 111 parts in total. Not counted is the space shuttle, enemy spy satellite and the green LOK docking module found at MSS.