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Achieved Goals

$15 000 - Freeware SpaceEngine 1.0 Planetarium

Fund SE development full-time for 12 months
Supporting Oculus Rift, 3D displays, multi-monitor setup
Joystick and gamepad support
Ambient music and sound effects
Expanded catalogs of known astronomical objects (Tycho-2, SDSS, ...)
Deferred shading pipeline
3D water, clouds and rings
Procedural nebula and galaxy models
NVidia SLI and AMD CrossFireX support
Particle effects: accretion and protoplanetary disks, weather effects, volcanoes, ship engines exhaust
Enhanced scripting system and visual path editor for creating interactive educational tours
Spherical mirror projection for home planetariums

$25 000 - Linux support

Native support for Linux

Immediate Goals

$40 000 - Mac OS support

Native support for Mac OS

$80 000 - Single player space exploration game

Gameplay based on space flight simulation, space exploration, research and building
Realistic spaceflight physics with both hardcore fully manual controls and handy semi-automatic controls
Various spacecraft models
Build ships, space stations, and bases on planets
Collecting data about celestial objects using probes and satellites

Long-Term Goals

$120 000 - Online space exploration game

Module-based ships with a 3D constructor
Players can name planets that they have discovered
Server database for worlds discovered by players
A database search function for finding a planet by certain parameters

$150 000 - SpaceEngine SDK

SpaceEngine as a graphics library for third party companies
WYSIWYG editor for all types of objects

$250 000 - MMORPG Sandbox Game

Space combat system with realistic physics
Unlimited capabilities for players: research, building, trading, fighting
Colonizing and terraforming planets, building cities
Destruction of enemy ships, cities, and even entire planets

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Please note: these are funding goals, not implemented features! When a goal is met, it means that there is enough money to pursue that goal, not that the features of that goal have been implemented.