Space Crew – Basic and Advance Safety Tips and Guides

Check out this Space Crew guide to learn the basic and advanced safety measures in your journey. Increase your survival rate and winning by following the guide below.

If you’re new to Space Crew, there’s a chance that you’re still testing and experimenting everything in your ship. To make things easier and help you win any missions in the game without casualties, you can check our guides below.

Space Crew

Safety Tips and Guides in Space Crew

  • First of all, you don’t need to actually do this, but giving your spaceship a proper name and paint job, (and modifying the names and looks of characters) is really an extra bonus because of all the time you will spend with them, and will make you actually care about the crew and ship.
  • So now, the first recommended tip is to upgrade your equipment ASAP, (this is pretty obvious) but at the beginning, it’s really important to have enough medkits/phasers/fire extinguisher in that order, as your ship and crew is brand new and you will need the equipment. It’s one of the cheapest things you can buy, it must be handy too so your crew can have access to the stuff they need and don’t forget about at least one spacesuit, fixing an engine without oxygen is no fun.
  • Don’t be afraid to depressurize everything in order to avoid fires and intruders, be aware that if Phasmids bord, they will aggro your crewmates after attacking him/her and if the crewmate is a Security Officer he/she will go after them, same thing if they catch on fire you will have little control over them, so make sure they are in a safe space or locked in their positions before sending your enemies into space.
  • Half desperate times require half desperate measures, divert all power where you need it, if you are in an asteroid belt, having that extra power in engines with evasion will be nice, having extra firepower when you are charging to the enemies it’s great synergy, and having extra shields when you are in a defensive route and being overwhelmed is great.
  • Use the DRADIS (radar), if you have the Comms Officer it will always tell the direction of enemies, when you enter a zone you can charge at them, but be aware of reenforcing the shields and tracing a defensive route if new enemies join the fight.
  • Don’t use everything at once unless required or everything has gone south, let’s say the Phasmids border you and you are being overwhelmed by them and there’s a champion too (although if you are being careful this would rarely happen) you have exhausted your get out of jail invisible mode card, you don’t have PEM to make time for skills, healing and securing your ship and you don’t have fast charging available. Don’t be afraid to pull your Comms Officer and Captain at the same time you are diverting all engine power to shields/guns. Securing your ship at the same time your gunners do the work can be life-saving although you are a sitting duck, this measure it’s really a desperate one but it can help you in that time of crisis.
  • You can go for a fast pace ship maximizing speed, or a heavy space tank, and everything in between of course, and train your crew secondary skill to whatever style you choose. For example, if you want to have a space tank you should always have someone in shields, or if you want to have a speedy Viper with fast recharge shields, having an extra engineer, security officer and gunner would be ideal.
  • You really don’t want to lose any member of your crew nor your ship, so only go for missions you know you can take. Abort mission and escape pods are always an option. Do whatever needed to protect your crew.

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