Ceres would be the best bet. It's closer to Mars(and consequently the Overworld) than Jupiter, and it's a far safer alternative than Venus. Maybe there will be a cooling module that allows your rocket(and you) to go to Venus and Mercury?And he needs to add another planet as soon as he finishes Mars!
Well mic should atleast add something big to mars, like re-add quandrium ore, tools etc., and carbon ice, maybe dust devils and martian regolith(for re-inforced glass), he did say he would keep adding to mars after he added it, but not much has been specifically added to it yetYeah Mic really needs to add a orange sky, not like the one from the yogscast video, make the sky bright like the overworld, but yellow orange
I'd love to see weather to Mars. Two possibilities are meteoric rain(doesn't actually makes lots of meteors fall, it instead works like normal Minecraft rain but uses meteor textures and they are more seperated from each other. If you're not covered by something you'll take damage) and windstorms(decrease your render distance and produces loud wind noises that makes it difficult to hear other things).Well mic should atleast add something big to mars, like re-add quandrium ore, tools etc., and carbon ice, maybe dust devils and martian regolith(for re-inforced glass), he did say he would keep adding to mars after he added it, but not much has been specifically added to it yet
yes that is annoying, but thats space, isn't it?I know one thing I'd like to see in Galacticraft and that's some kind of artificial gravity system, maybe in the form of gravity floor plates or some kind of gravity field emitter. It gets kind of annoying when I'm trying to build my space station and my things and I are floating all over the place or flying off into space.
heres my idea:I prefer the absence of gravity (or reduced). It adds more dynamic to the whole space exploration experience. It helps make you feel like you're in space instead of just a different looking planet.
I just think the whole "grav-plate" thing is a little too sci-fi for my personal taste, but I suppose it's not just about me. That and evolved spiders and moon cheese are a bit fictitious too.heres my idea:
gravity blocks- blocks that you can adjust gravity onto so they will pull you to them