Subspace/Continuum Population Statistics
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Main SSC zones are back online!

Horay! Priit K. has come through and put his SSCU zones back online!

Only SSCU Death Star Battle is still offline, hopefully it will come back online very soon.

Posted on 19 April 2014 by Maverick

Continuum zones offline

A number of zones have went offline since 3rd april. It seems that a disgruntled player has taken it upon himself to take down all kind of SSC zones and spoil the fun for hundred of players.

Currently the following zones are (still) offline since the 3rd:

Hopefully the system administrators can counter the attack and can put their zones back online soon.
Meanwhile, Trench Wars has started another zone as a (temporary) alternative to their real zone: SSC Trench Wars (ASSS)

More information can be found on the relevant forum thread: Continuum under attack?

P.S.: It's good to see a number of well known sysops and developers back into action on the forum smile

Update: Mom and Left_Eye report that Priit K. will restart all of his subgame servers this thursday. Hopefully the servers will be able to stay online and won't suffer another attack.

Posted on 9 April 2014 by Maverick

Welcome to Subspace/Continuum Population Statistics!


Welcome to the new and improved Population Statistics!

This website tracks and displays population statistics for zones of the game Continuum (formerly known as Subspace).
This is done by requesting the population of specific zones every minute. Every 5 minutes graphs are generated from these results and displayed at this website.

Directory Servers

Every 5 minutes the complete list of zones are requested from the known directory servers of the game. The results are displayed under 'Directory Servers' menu item: population graphs and a complete list of the returned zones per directory server.

Zone population comparison

Note there are two comparison graphs available under the Zones menu item. Currently only the SSCE, SSCU and SSCX zones can be compared as these zones are the most stable.
The first graph is showing the total population having all the zones stacked upon eachother, the second graph simply shows the population of the zones in one graph.

Displaying graphs on your own website

You're free to use any of the displayed graphs for your own website: the graphs are exported into static image files, preventing resource problems when serving them on other websites.

Displaying population count on your own website

If you want to display the population count of a specific zone on your website, I suggest you take a look at the PHP ping client by Goldeye.
This client only works on ASSS servers but is easily convertible to be subgame compatible using the Ping protocol.

If you see any problems / errors with the website or graphs, please let me know by using the form at the Contact page.

Have fun!

Posted on 19 August 2010 by Maverick