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Open Space Program

Welcome to the home of the tiny, gree... err, well. We're not sure exactly who's piloting that Rocket on the left yet, but keep checking back for news and updates on the OSP project.


It's early days here at OSP. You can find what we're up to on this site and at the links above. Stay tuned for updates as things progress.



Update Number 5: Doing cool things!
May 21, 2019
Developer Notes Game Engine

Hi everyone, my name is Josh and I am a relatively new member to the development team. A lot of things have happened since the last update, so let me fill you in!

Our game engine has changed to Urho3D, for instructions to build the latest, please refer to the two wiki links I have provided at the bottom of this post.

With that, lets get on with the devlog!

First, the game is still in early stages, but Capital̶Asterisk has been hard at work, making the UI and mechanics for the ship construction portion of the game, check out the wikis to build OSP on linux and windows!

Next, we have some UI drafts, which was worked on by Capital̶Asterisk (original artist unknown, the UI was changed to fit our purposes.)

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And finaly some 3D modeling, done by Ulibos, who has some awesome modeling skills, here are a few WIP pictures of his astronaut!

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Here are all the wiki links for building the source code yourself!

Windows(this one is a bit tricky):

https://github.com/TheOpenSpaceProgram/urho-osp/wiki/Building-from-source,-VS-2019

Linux:

https://github.com/TheOpenSpaceProgram/urho-osp/wiki/Building-from-Source-on-Linux

Here are some more screenshots of the game running

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Update #4: Decouplers Away!
Jul 1, 2017
Developer Notes Game Engine

We've now got a handful of basic models for testing with! They've helped us flesh out the start of the VAB mechanics and launching vessels.

We're now dynamically creating a list of parts from an assets folder, seen to the right here.

Parts currently consists of an .obj mesh file, a .png texture and a part.cfg text file. Parts are still early days and we're busy building up the possible parameters of the cfg file; documentation is coming soon.

There's been successful tests of decouplers and their logic too!