Other Useful Websites
—> Other Useful Websites
Planets.nu can be Liked on Facebook!
Click here (http://www.facebook.com/VGAPlanetsNu) to take a look at the loads of content out there. Like and Follow!
Our UserVoice site can be found by clicking on the FEEDBACK link at the bottom of the page. If for any reason that link isn't visible or working, you might try
clicking here instead. This site is used for tracking player-created bug reports and suggestions.
These external websites may have useful articles or tools. Planets.nu is, of course, not responsible for anything you see there.
In addition, there exist several specific web pages that are very useful.
http://www.vgaplanets.ca/vgapcalc.php — Planets Calculator does a lot of math for you.
There used to be a nice graphical web interface at "http://thales.math.uqam.ca/~tremblayj/planets.nu/minefields.html" that showed the chances of surviving a run through a minefield. Unfortunately, this is no longer available. As a stop-gap replacement, an Excel spreadsheet was created. It can be found
http://markdepot.com/intercept.html — Marklein has created a spreadsheet to help you to avoid interception.
http://onebit.ca/cgi-bin/vgaplanets.py/Shipyard — This is a spreadsheet to help players to determine the military score of a starship.
http://plato.d10.is/planets/loaduser.php — This web page retrieves and displays information about any specific user. The information displayed, for each race, is: Rank, Experience, Achievement, Tons Sunk, Tons Captured, Defense Destroyed, Turns Played, Blitz Games, Blitz Wins and Blitz Losses.
http://planetscentral.com/play/sim.cgi?shiplist=stdlist — This simulator is an extended version of the Planets.nu VCR, and is intended to simulate battles. Most Campaign starships can't be used in this simulator. NOTE: By default, this simulator uses VGAP4 (PHOST) combat rules, which are different from Planets.nu combat rules, so be sure to select
to get the correct combat rules.
Finally, you'll find more links in our
Guides section and scattered throughout the documentation.
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