Advance through 4 stages of tech. Start with simple machines and work your way through nuclear fission and fusion up to black and white holes, in order to tame the 248k Element. This mod is designed to be playable in already existing worlds since it changes nothing on world generation or vanilla itself. Does include a booktorio ingame wiki!
[REQUIRED] Required for Space Exploration. Contains some important code that must run after other mods and a few bare-bones compatibility patches. Other listed mods are not requirements or suggestions, it is to control mod load order. This arrangement allows other mods to specify Space Exploration as a dependency without causing a dependency loop if they are already specified here. If you are a mod maker and want to control the compatibility with your mod do not add this mod as a dependency, add the base Space Exploration mod instead and if changes made here are incompatible they can be removed.
Build Cargo Rockets to launch stuff into space. Ride a rocket into space yourself and start spacewalking. Build an orbital space platform to develop difficult data-driven space science. Build a spaceship tile by tile, fly it from a planet surface to other planets, moon, asteroid belts, and more. Follow progress on https://discord.gg/ymjUVMv
Huge modpack to make your gameplay more comfortable, smoother and maybe even simplify some boring complex stuff. Quite suitable for beginners and experienced players. Most likely, works with other mods, modpacks. ~150 mods, ~130MB High performance with this modpack at start Last version (v1.2.0) isn't fully tested (please, report any issues)
This mod adds replicators, machines which can produce items using nothing but electricity. Lower tiers of replicators are the most energy efficient and can essentially transform depleted, empty land into a resource. Higher tier replicators can simplify production lines or otherwise act as a convenience. Tier 1 replicators can replace depleted mining drills, allowing your expansion to be for growth rather than necessity.