Alien Assault Traders / News: Recent posts

Help Wanted

Looking for additional help maintaining our project. Our main programmer Panama Jack is going into semi-retirement. I have taken over management of the project.

We are going to open up development to any and all who would like to contribute. This project has gone on for many years as mainly a one man show. I think we can move it much farther along with a coordinate group.

Please contact me either by posting to the General Discussions Forum - Contributors Wanted, or contact me at our project website

Posted by Rick Thomson 2011-02-13

Alien Assault Traders 0.40 Released

It has been 10 months since our last release of AATrade. It has been so long I bet some people thought the development of the game had been abandoned. :)

The game has gone though a huge metamorphosis with many core code changes. Most of the things in the game like Probes, Dignitaries, Spies and the new Artifacts have been converted to Classes. This allows us to easily create and add more of those items to the game. We have also been creating many new probes that really enhance the game.... read more

Posted by Mark Dickenson 2009-07-27

Alien Assault Traders 0.31 Released

We would like to announce the release of version 0.31 for Alien Assault Traders. There have been many new features and changes in this release. All servers should upgrade to this release.

Posted by Mark Dickenson 2008-08-31


We would like for every admin running the game to answer the poll above. If you aren't running a server just select the "I don't run a server." item.

MySql Default
MySql Innodb
Microsoft Sql
Microsoft Sql ODBC
Microsoft Sql ADO

Go to this address and answer the poll. If you do not have a forum account you will need to register.

Posted by Mark Dickenson 2004-04-25

Language File Updates

We are currently looking for people to help in translating the updated language files into their respective languages. We have posted information in the Support Requests. If you would like to help out contact one of the project administrators.

AKA Panama Jack

Posted by Mark Dickenson 2003-04-18

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