In this article we’ll look at the basics of building a station building station with Starbound, as well as the various building types you can build.
Starbound’s building editor will allow you to add building types to your station and they can be used in any way you wish.
They are: building stations with tiles, buildings with platforms, and buildings with doors.
The building editor is also able to edit the name of a building and place it inside a building’s building section, allowing you to change the look and feel of your station.
Here are the building editor’s basic building sections: tile and platform tiles The building section can be divided into two categories: tiles and platforms.
You can place tiles inside your station as long as they’re not going to move.
Platforms are a much more complicated matter.
Each platform has an interior space and a space that can contain up to four buildings, but the space itself can’t be more than eight tiles wide.
A tile in the interior can be moved by right-clicking and dragging, or by holding down shift while right-click is active.
The tiles that can be placed inside a platform can’t move, and they are only moved when they’re being placed.
This means you’ll want to ensure that a tile you place inside your platform can only be moved in the direction that the tile is facing.
You will need to place tiles that are facing in the same direction that you’re placing them, and then right- click the tile and drag it around to make sure that the space underneath is facing the correct direction.
The platform section will also include a button that allows you to move an entire platform, by pressing it twice.
This will allow the platform to be moved horizontally or vertically by holding shift while holding the button down.
You’ll also want to position platforms that are on the same plane as the tiles you are adding them to.
This includes tiles that have a center point, or the top and bottom edges of the tiles are the same, or tiles that sit right below the tiles that you are currently placing.
You want to place platforms that align with tiles that occupy a particular tile space.
If you are building a platform with a single tile, you’ll only want to make one platform.
You also want the platform tile to have a border with at least one tile on it.
This is a standard border for the tile, and the width of the border is proportional to the number of tiles you want to use in the platform.
The border must be at least 2 tiles wide and the height must be no more than 5 tiles.
You do not need to have any tiles in the background of the platform, as the background tiles will be used to represent your tiles.
Platform tiles with multiple buildings There are a few different ways you can place building tiles inside a station.
If a tile has a border, you can add a single building tile.
The tile that is added to the platform must be facing in that direction, and it must be positioned inside the tile’s interior.
You cannot move tiles in this direction, but you can drag them.
A second way to place a building tile is by placing it inside the building section.
This method allows you use the building tiles on the platform as the base of the station itself.
The floor of a platform is divided into four levels, and you can use the tiles to create a base on that level.
This creates a base that can then be placed on top of, or beneath, other buildings.
This technique is used when building platforms with multiple floors.
You add the building tile that sits on top to the base and place a tile on top that can also be placed at the top of the building.
This allows you create a wall that will prevent any tiles from being placed on it, and make the base for the station look as if it’s built on a flat surface.
You then use the base to create the station’s entrance.
The station will have a wall behind it that you can connect to the wall by dragging the wall’s bottom tile into place.
This wall will allow any tiles to be placed there.
This process is repeated on each floor, and once all the tiles have been added to an entry, the station will open.
A few tips: Make sure that all tiles are in the correct orientation.
If there are any tiles that aren’t aligned with tiles on other floors, you will need the building to be able to move horizontally or vertical.
If your tiles have a fixed width, it will require you to manually align them so they match with the tile space on each of the four levels of the floor.
To do this, right-mouse-click the tile you want on the floor and drag to make it a vertical plane.
If all of your tiles are horizontal, you are done.
If none of your tile tiles are vertical, you may need to manually position them to match tiles on a platform.
If this happens, the platform will not open. You should