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Welcome to the Official Exoplanets Online Wiki
The Exoplanets Online guide for Economy, Resources, Buildings, Ships and more written and maintained by the developer and the players.

Feel free to contribute by creating new articles or expanding existing ones.

If you have a request you can contact the developer on Discord at: Saturn#1004

About Exoplanets Online

Exoplanets Online (EO) is a Free-To-Play indie mobile space MMO.

In EO players take on the role of a stellar corporation in the year 3035.

To sum it up in as few words as possible: It’s like pocket EVE crossbred with a 4X game. (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, and eXterminate)

There is a strong focus on both PvE and PvP.

It is heavily economy oriented, with the goal being to grow your corporation as large as possible.

Income is everything.

The game revolves around colonizing other planets and harvesting resources and credits from them, building fleets of ships, attacking other players with your fleets, and defending your own planets from other players.

Credits and Resources are gained through a passive income system that continues even when you’re offline for up to 2 hours.

Mid to end game has 1v1 PvP. (24 ships per battle)

Battles take place in a left vs right format, with auto fire weapons combined with on-demand abilities used by the player.

You may need to make Alliances or Trade with other players on your journey to the top.

The game is fully playable, but is still a work in progress and not all the bugs have been worked out yet.

Large features are still planned.

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