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Welcome to EVEmu - the ONLY EVE Online Emulator!



Estimated overall progress: 59.5%

Visit Crucible Project Status for more info

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Thanks for visiting our wiki. This is the main page for our project and we're happy you stopped by to see what we're doing.

EVEmu is an EVE Online Server Emulator that is a 100% open-source home-grown server written in C++, compiled for Windows 32/64 bit and Linux 32/64 bit environments. The Server Emulator has been in development by a core handful of people who appear now and then for over 15 years. This project was taking a hiatus for a while, but is now back with a vengeance.


EVEmu supports the EVE Online Crucible 1.6.5 client and we're staying with it.
The Crucible Project Status page lists what we have implemented by system and an estimated completion status.


If you like EVE Online and you are a C++ programmer, we need you!
We are always in need of good, seasoned C++ developers for the Main Server Emulator software.

If you don't know anything about C++ code, you can still help!
We're always looking for people to test the server and find bugs for our developers to fix! You can download and test the EVEmu server software. Visit our New Users Guide for more information. We're also always looking for individuals who can write documentation and guides for our users. Our Wiki is our #1 source of information relating to EVEmu and its differences and similarities to EVE Online and we need your help to make sure it is up to date with the correct information.

If you've ever thought about learning C++, you are welcome to join in! EVEmu is a learning project. Get on Discord and talk with us!
You can also get started learning the server codebase while taking advantage of our experienced C++ developers to learn the language alongside some tutorials.


For quick navigation to the most popular and/or important areas of our website, check out these helpful links:

New Users

Developers


Here are what some of the people who've stopped by have said about our project (circa 2009-2010):

"Well, I'm flying around in 1.6.4 with evemu and, for the current state of development, it's working pretty damn well."
"Great work devs."
 .... and then I LOL'd -- Aknor
"[17:30] <@M4ksiu> pure awesomeness"
"[08:35] <+B3N4K-WIN> Well at first i was reading forums and then someone there said something about private servers.
So i was googling about private servers but didn't find anything.  And then on like 10th google results page there
was evemu git link and i was like "WOW!! I thought it's impossible to make emulator! How did they do that?!"...
And 2 hours later i was flying in scam-free Jita :)"


Server Projects EVEmu Documentation Server Administrators Developers
Use these links if you want to build the server:
  • ACTIVE BRANCHES (In development phase)
Use these links if you want to learn how game features are implemented on EVEmu's server and learn about the backend framework that the server needs to do its job: Use these links to learn about tools used to administer a server:

Frequently Asked Questions

Use these links to learn about development status and ongoing development work:


Thank you for visiting our site.
If there is something you cannot find, ask us in Discord or try the site search.

-- The EVEmu Team