Space Battle


It’s a frenetic space action game. You must survive the enemies and the dangerous environment. Prepare your arsenal before battle and try to eliminate as many enemies as you can before they do. Trade, explore and survive this challenge!

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was Space Battle released?

Space Battle was released on 6 Jul, 2020

Who was the developer that made Space Battle?

Adrián Corbalán were the developers that made Space Battle

Are space battles possible?

There’s never been a battle in space yet. But there has been some weapons-testing activity. China is working on anti-satellite weapons and has tested an anti-satellite missile.21 Oct 2020

What propulsion is used in The Expanse?

Fusion Drives

Is the expanse combat realistic?

The Expanse’s adherence to realism has proved that excellent storytelling does not have to compromise the laws of physics. This has been exemplified in ‘CQB’, which presented one of the most realistic portrayals of space combat.2 Nov 2021

What will space combat be like?

With the notable exception of insubstantial directed energy weapons like lasers weapons in space will do a lot of damage. Space combat is will be rather like air combat: largely a matter of one hit kills. This means realistically you’re not likely to see the kind of battleship-style space combat you see in pop SF.

How fast are the spaceships in the expanse?

The spaceship starts with a speed of 5,500 m/s (yes, I’m assuming the mps means meters per second). There is a constant acceleration of 10 g’s (98 m/s2).31 May 2018

Are the ships in the expanse realistic?

None of the orbits of the planets or the space ships follow realistic path. One of the authors mentioned that they didn’t calculate the positions of the planets or the trajectories between them. So the Expanse isn’t as realistic as 2001 or the Martian where the orbital mechanics play a key role in the story.None of the orbits of the planets or the space ships follow realistic path. One of the authors mentioned that they didn’t calculate the positions of the planets or the trajectories between them. So the Expanse isn’t as realistic as 2001 or the Martian where the orbital mechanicsorbital mechanicsIsaac Newton published more general laws of celestial motion in the first edition of Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (1687), which gave a method for finding the orbit of a body following a parabolic path from three observations.https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Orbital_mechanicsOrbital mechanics – Wikipedia play a key role in the story.

Do fighters make sense in space?

From what I know of space physics, and from lurking in forum discussions of space combat, using fighters & carriers in space doesn’t make realistic sense. Real life planes are used in naval warfare to extend the range of fleets beyond the horizon, but space has no horizon and no hard limits on weapon/sensor range.7 Nov 2020

Would fighters be useful in space combat?

Because we’re talking about military ships here, the answer is generally to bring some sort of weapon payload (bullets, lasers, blaster bolts, missiles, bombs) in contact with a target. But the conditions of combat in space make fighters pointless for that.

Are space battles realistic?

With the notable exception of insubstantial directed energy weapons like lasers weapons in space will do a lot of damage. Space combat is will be rather like air combat: largely a matter of one hit kills. This means realistically you’re not likely to see the kind of battleship-style space combat you see in pop SF.

Why do ships look like they’re going backwards in The Expanse?

They created artificial gravity just like everyone else—they had rockets accelerate the spacecraft. Oh, you should note that often the spaceships are flying backwards because they don’t actually fly in space. Flying implies using air to create lift and that’s not what’s going on here.They created artificial gravityartificial gravityArtificial gravity can be created using a centripetal force. A centripetal force directed towards the center of the turn is required for any object to move in a circular path. In the context of a rotating space station it is the normal force provided by the spacecraft’s hull that acts as centripetal force.https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Artificial_gravityArtificial gravity – Wikipedia just like everyone else—they had rockets accelerate the spacecraft. Oh, you should note that often the spaceships are flying backwards because they don’t actually fly in space. Flying implies using air to create lift and that’s not what’s going on here.29 Jun 2018