Developer: Hades' Star
Developer: Parallel Space Inc
Parallel Space Inc
Steam, Android, iOS
Hades’ Star Guide – Tips, Cheats, and Strategies
This post was written by Nick Schaer on 7 Jun, 2020
1. The Basics of Hades’ StarYou’ve likely heard of or have seen news stories about the game EVE Online at some point. The massive online space sim requires years of dedication. From a complicated UI, to slow-progression, building an empire in EVE is a job. And that’s where a game called Hades’ Star comes in. Hades’ Star puts you in charge of a star-spanning empire. Your fledgling empire’s resources and armies are yours to command as you expand your rule across new star systems, build and customize new chips, and optimize trade routes. You’ll do this over many weeks.. months.. maybe even years. And you can take your empire with you on the go. Follow our guide below to master your empire.
2. Time After TimeHades’ Star is primarily not an action game nor one that requires multi-hour sessions of continuous gameplay. It does, however, require commitment and is very much a “long haul” journey. Players typically check in hourly to maintain income and other operations. You can play for as little as 15 minutes a day. The key is to grow your empire slowly. Don’t aim for anything big until you get a feel for the game. Let your empire grow gradually.
3. UpgradesOnly upgrade what you need on ships. In particular, be careful upgrading your battleships too early as they use a lot more hydrogen. The upgrades you should do are often dictated by the challenges you face in-game. If shipping is taking too long, you aren’t getting enough credits to support your progress, consider upgrading your planets and transports. If Red Stars are too difficult and you find combat is taking its toll regularly, it is time to upgrade your battleship or its modules.
4. Making the MoneyScan as many sectors as possible so you can expand your trade so you can earn credits faster. Also, optimize your scanner locations so you don’t waste money. Shipment rewards can account for up to 90% of your income, depending on how much you play per day. If you spend multiple hours, the shipment rewards become pocket change compared to Red Star runs with continuous salvage of excess Artifacts. The key is having to have lots of Miners to sustain constant Red Star runs. For more advanced players, 90k credits/day is the norm, out of which only about 20k are shipments, however, shipments cost significantly more hydrogen to do. If you have the time, Red Star missions provide much more income.
5. PlanetsYellow Stars are the main place where you will be on every time you log onto the game. Yellow stars is the place that includes planets which can shipments. These shipments earn you credits and many sometimes have crystal shipments which are kind of rare. You can carry shipments from different planets and store up to two times it’s shown capacity unless the shipment is going to the planet where you are storing the shipment which earns you credits instead of storing it. Planets can even store arts. Have leftover arts? Store them! The side effect of storing more than one arts is that it doesn’t produce shipments. It’s best that you store arts on your starter planet and mainly the desert one because of it’s low credit yield or the amount of credits you get per shipment.
Final WordIf you follow our guide, you’ll be mastering your growing space empire in no time. Now go on and conquer the galaxy!
- Upgrade smartly
- Advance slowly
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