- After upgrading your Star Base to level 4, you unlock the Observatory. Once it had been built, you will be able to colonize new empty planets.
- The best way to colonize planets very far away is to use chips. First colonize a planet in your system, the move it with chips.
- After the Galaxy Life Update 0.61.5 ), you can move your planet to a new place at the cost of 10. - (see picture aside) Your colony will remain the same as it was prior to moving.
- To move one of your colonies, do the same steps as when creating a new one. After you have pressed colonize you will get the option to move.
- After some time of inactivity, - (see table below) Your colonies will be automatically moved. They will be randomly scattered hundreds of systems away from where you are now, but that doesn't necessarily mean they will be far away from each other. This can be useful to those people who made many of their colonies inside the same system and are being constantly attacked by other players.
|Start date||Inactivity time|
|1 to 14d||7d|
|14d to 30d||14d|
|30d to 90d||21d|
|90d or more||30d|
(Example : If you play since 3 month ago, you need to turn off the game for 30 days.)
Colony Conquering Costs
|Colony Conquering Costs|
- Colonies conquering costs depends on the distance of such colony from the main (original) planet/Starbase.
- Formula is simple:
- Distance is not counted by Pythagorean theorem, simply substract X coordinates to get number A, and substract Y coordinates to get number B. For cost formula, use whichever number A or B is higher as distance.
- To see how much money you need to colonize a planet, multiply distance of that empty planet by 66,000
- Formula is simple:
- Colony price is not affected by the quantity of colonies you may already have, only by the distance of the intended colony.
Conquered Colonies Victory Screens
- All the colonies in the colony panel will be selectable now. In addition, the last colony visited will have a green glow around.
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