Each planet in Heart of Galaxy produces resources. Some produce more than others, some produce less, and no planet produces everything. This helps weave an interdependency between the planets in your empire.
Resources can be used alone, or put through processing/production to create new resources. (For instance, iron is turned into steel.)
Raw Resources Edit
Resources that are generally mined or harvested directly from the planets, though a few may be harvested in other ways. (Example: On Aequoreas, instead of drilling for oil in the extraction menu, you gain it via the Algae Oil Farm, a production building.) A few resources can both be found and produced.
Produced Resources Edit
Resources that are the result of processing in production buildings. The method of processing may vary planet to planet. These resources may be used alone, or processed again to make other resources. (Example: Sand -> Silicon -> Circuit Boards.)
Just as some planets produce more resources than others, some planets provide a bonus to certain productions.
- Steel (from Iron, in the Foundry)
- Silicon (from Sand, in the Sand Smelter)
- Fuel (from Oil, in the Oil Refinery or Floating Fuel Converter)
- Hydrogen (from Water, in the Electrolyzer)
- Plastic (from Oil, in the Plastic Factory, or Oil and Methane in the Polymerizer)
- Circuit (from Silicon and Plastic, in the Electronic Facility)
- Nanotubes (from Graphite, Hydrogen, and Plastic, in the Nanotubes factory, or Graphite, Hydrogen, Water and Plastic in the Nanotubes Dome)
- Ice (from Water in the Water Freezer)
- Food (from Greenhouses, Hunting Lodges, and other buildings)
- Ammunition (from Steel, Fuel, and Plastic, in the Ammunition Factory)
- Coolant (from Methane and Ice, in the Coolant Factory)
- Empty Battery (from Steel and Hydrogen, in the Battery Factory)
- Full Battery (from Empty Batteries, in the Battery Charger under the Energy tab)
- U-Ammunition (from Uranium and Ammunition, in the Uranium Shell Assembler)
- MK Embryo
Resource Locations Edit
Available raw (extracted) resources will vary from planet to planet. Below is a chart showing which planets bear which resources, along with the planetary multipliers. Actual production rates will depend on the planet's multiplier, extractor type, and research-given increases.
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