Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion

Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion

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3 Trainers, 6 Fixes, 18 Mods available for Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion, see below

Sins of a Solar Empire is a space-bound game. The playing field is a 3D web of planets and other celestial objects in the orbital plane of one or more stars. It features a sandbox mode, allowing the player to choose different types of solar systems to unlock achievements. Players can conquer neighboring planets and explore distant star systems in a "massively scaled, fully 3D environment featuring entire galaxies, orbiting planets, clusters of asteroids, space dust and radiant stars."

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A Little Cheat To Help

Here's a trick you can do in any Sins game to get unlimited credits, crystals, metals, etc. Since the trainers are crap. Only takes a few seconds to change before you start up your game. ·Open your Sins folder and in the "Galaxy" folder are the pre-made and custom galaxy files. I chose the "Huge Single-System Random Map.galaxy" as the one I modify. -----I recommend you make a copy of the galaxy you choose, name it and edit that one. Or just save a backup copy of the original and modify the original one. ·Open your chosen galaxy file with a text editor. ---Increase Default Home World Upgrades Pre-Trained--- Increasing the numbers in lines 11-22 will increase Your home planet upgrades you start with already trained. Default Line 11: "normalStartHomePlanetUpgradeLevel:Population 3" If you increase these higher than they're able to go in game then it might not work, so just add like 1 or 2 to it. But with unlimited resources below it just takes a few seconds to train these so might as well ignore them. ---Unlimited Credits, Metal, Crystal--- On lines 33-35 (In the above stated example galaxy) you'll see: startingCredits 3000 startingMetal 800 startingCrystal 250 Increase those numbers to 9999999 (that's 9,999,999 of each) or whatever number resources you want to start with. startingCredits 9999999 startingMetal 9999999 startingCrystal 9999999 Now whenever you load that galaxy you edited you will start with pretty much unlimited resources. There are other settings in the file you can adjust but always have a backup of the default setting or of the entire galaxy map if you start experimenting. Happy Gaming- StinVec

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