Starship Traders MMO

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  • A true Sandbox; You can change, create, destroy, move, and/or guard anything.
  • Player housing is secure, shareable, moveable, and part of the open world.
  • Large galaxies to play in and hide in, with an autopilot for navigation.
  • Combat consumes expendable resources; there are no free kills.
  • Every realm is unique -- in structure, size, and PVP setting.
  • __Download Links__

    Linux version (67MB)
    Windows version (65MB)
    Raspberry Pi 400 version (46MB)

    (Tested on Raspberry Pi OS)

    __Game Information__
    A Quick Start Guide to Starship Traders MMO

    Why Starship Traders is different from other MMO's

    SST MMO Lore: The Tale of the Lost Raven

    Screenshots, slightly outdated

    A short gameplay video

    The game Reference

    __Software Instructions__

    The clients are self-contained programs that require no installation.
    To run the Linux or the Raspberry Pi versions perform the following steps from a terminal window:


    1) Uncompress either the Linux PC or Raspberry Pi program:
    bunzip2 sstmmo.bz2
    -or-
    bunzip2 sstmmo.pi.bz2

    2) Make your program executable:
    chmod +x sstmmo
    -or-
    chmod +x sstmmo.pi

    3) Run your version: You can now use your GUI view to click on the program -- or you can run it directly from the terminal as in the examples below:
    ./sstmmo
    -or-
    ./sstmmo.pi

    (Note that you may see a few debugging messages upon exit when running from a terminal window. These messages refer to items used internal to the client and you can safely ignore them. The messages are only useful for developers.)

    __sha256 file hashes__


    Linux: Wed Sep 7 18:11:45 EDT 2022
    f754a99a6a686e32bc43bbeba8023b649d9ddd9b45c6bbcf77ebd3129dd2262b sstmmo
    27e990d551c1d8f5132fefd1a5a9a695fa750ee8646290eb8ddd61a97252fa7e sstmmo.bz2

    Windows: Wed Sep 7 18:11:46 EDT 2022
    693c59a48bb76a7c78598bf41f1c8c84e47f5110b16c1f7fe54a5f7e5722e5ce sstmmo.exe
    e76723d186550deef46139a6a11993b5fd604c27fe64f763ce62d38073a0cf45 sstmmo.exe.zip

    Raspberry Pi 400: Wed Sep 7 18:11:46 EDT 2022
    8314b7925f02972163b2ded9ac6e698f444718a865c9b6e61c8503fab387ecc4 sstmmo.pi
    5612a63d475e2550806e1f3b55c6a017da1f1068526c1a9dc56d7f12058208a7 sstmmo.pi.bz2






    Old Versions (Lost Raven MMO Branded)
    Note: only use these if a new version is broken !

    __Download Links__

    Linux version (67MB)
    Windows version (65MB)
    Raspberry Pi 400 version (46MB)

    __Software Instructions__

    The clients are self-contained programs that require no installation.
    To run the Linux or the Raspberry Pi versions perform the following steps from a terminal window:


    1) Uncompress either the Linux PC or Raspberry Pi program:
    bunzip2 Raven.bz2
    -or-
    bunzip2 Raven.pi.bz2

    2) Make your program executable:
    chmod +x Raven
    -or-
    chmod +x Raven.pi

    3) Run your version: You can now use your GUI view to click on the program -- or you can run it directly from the terminal as in the examples below:
    ./Raven
    -or-
    ./Raven.pi

    (Note that you may see a few debugging messages upon exit when running from a terminal window. These messages refer to items used internal to the client and you can safely ignore them. The messages are only useful for developers.) Linux: Tue Oct 19 11:18:11 EDT 2021
    fc38bc608407bf6e7a806d219f4dc94080e68572b0954e1dcadb18209c4cbdc8 Raven
    251000e857dcb90bf68d0dce2ca3fac511ad580c708cf19257daedfdaadad62e Raven.bz2

    Windows: Tue Oct 19 11:18:12 EDT 2021
    d4e69ab1023e42076ac9dc936633979c94bad942e9680ce7262744ef2d2c74a6 Raven.exe
    fccb24b754c7dbd039f37414c5d2085c076592c12d6bd81a7a7f7d0e69953ea9 Raven.exe.zip

    Raspberry Pi 400: Tue Oct 19 11:18:13 EDT 2021
    cba23dda71682fbcff24c640402e597084abaa70219717359403870a65b0b707 Raven.pi
    1ab970d2ac67f90527c17efb9384053b804685e4a0fc3160b7268ec35e4757dc Raven.pi.bz2


















































     

     

    __Life is an MMO__

    Life is an off-brand Sandbox MMO with very few theme parks, deliberately misleading documentation and Full Loot PVP with Permadeath. And, of course, we can't forget the occasional unscheduled non-voluntary Realm-vs-Realm battle. Most people don't make it to Level 80. Wouldn't you rather play this game?