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StellarHub is a starbase management game with strong survival elements, where you act as the Captain of a space station embarked on a pioneering mission to build new homes for humans in outer space.

Assemble modules to build an extensive station
You can choose from a range of 30 different modules (including solar panels, research labs, crew quarters, organic farms, greenhouses and many more) equipped with all kind of facilities to ensure your station stays functional and safe. Every module consumes a certain amount of energy and oxygen and needs time and resources to be assembled so ponder your choices carefully!

Manage, take care and enhance your station crew
Each crew member is endowed with a unique set of skills and abilities, as well as personality traits and specific needs. Find the most efficient way to assign them to various tasks such as construction, extraction of resources, research and trade. Watch your crew thrive but always remember to keep an eye on their morale and health conditions -- once someone dies they're gone forever! Preserve them by building special modules for leisure activities and med bays.

Develop research and trade to enhance the efficiency of your station
Use the Scientific Research Map to unlock special bonuses and technologies that affect some vital aspects of your station ecosystem such as the speed of resource depletion, the power of your defense weapons, the growth rate of livestock and so on. Trade ores and other resources with space merchants to avoid running out of funds or supplies.

Test your planning skills on different types of environmentsYou will be able to choose among 6 different worlds offering unique playing conditions and challenges to face (sun and meteor activity, the presence of space pirates, resource amount and placement, etc.) or to randomly generate a completely new map. Will you be able to master them all?

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  • OS: Microsoft® Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium®/AMD® 2 GHz and higher
  • Memory: 2000 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX®-compatible 512MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX®-compatible
  • OS: Microsoft® Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium®/AMD® 3 GHz and higher
  • Memory: 4000 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX®-compatible 2Gb
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX®-compatible
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StellarHub developed and released by Casualogic. A Base Construction simulation in The Sci-fi Range. Gameplay Your start the Game with a Main Module, some Oxygen and Energy as well as a Handful of Workers and Resources. Exactly how much is available to you is set out in the Missions, but can be freely determined in the "Custom Game" Mode. You have to make the Most of what you have now. First of all, of course, this means providing steady supplies in The Oxygen and Energy sector. Later, raw Materials have to be mined and best processed so that you can survive without having to buy anything. In addition, Contracts can then also be accepted and fulfilled, which improves your Cash Register. The Number of Products is quite large and especially with the slightly more special ones you have to pay close attention to who you have it made. After all, there are not only many Professions that your People can practise, but also Specializations in many Professions. You put a Worker in a Factory where you would like to make Plastic, but he specializes in Food? Then you are prepared that he will get injured again and again and it will be a long time before he is really productive in the Field. By The way, you shouldn't neglect your Research either, as these bring many Benefits and can even unlock new Buildings. This includes most Defensive Buildings. These are needed to defend themselves against Pirates and asteroid/Meteorites. On the whole, this all works very well and is also Fun for a While, only once the Base is running, it also runs almost on its own, which makes it a bit boring in the Long run. In Addition, there are a few smaller Bugs, but on which the Developers are working and which hardly affect you negatively. Graphics & Sound The Graphics are quite ok for a Game of this Genre. Individual Character portraits, different-looking Space stations and Ships, as well as nice Animations of the Workers in their Activities. With the Background, though, you could definitely have come up with more. This is what Space and the Planets look like very boring and monotonous. The Setting Is also ok. A nice Background Music that fits a more relaxed Game as well as warning and Hint signals that serve their Purpose. Conclusion Overall a nice Game to make the Evening a bit more comfortable. If you are looking for something quiet and relatively simple, you can risk a Look here. The demanded €9 would be a little too much for me, after all, after 13 Hours the Air was finally out of my day and all the Successes were achieved. If you are involved in such Games for a long time, but with Enthusiasm, you should be well advised here. Otherwise, just wait for a Sale. PS: If you have Crashes or other serious Problems, it can help to reinstall the Game. At least that fixed all the Problems with me. Otherwise write in the Forum. The Developer tries very hard and usually responds quickly to Messages. If the Review has helped you fall then follow our Review Program and if you want to tell me something about this Review then he likes to write in the Comments. The Game was made available to the GGC for Review purposes.
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