Download it from here: Project Terminus
Q. What is this thing?
A: It is a user-friendly (I hope) collection of scripts to make an Anacreon player's life easier. You can merge all fleets over a world, buy ships of any quantity from Mesophon (yes, more than 1000 at a time!), send fleets from all your shipyards to your capital with one click, and more.
Q: How do I get this thing working?
A: Follow the instructions in the readme, or post here if you're still stuck.
Q: Why are you doing this?
A: Because Anacreon in its current state has a lot of little quirks and annoyances that make is less of a grand strategy and more of a micromanagement minigame (oh look, which of my worlds don't have an arcology? Better start that clicking...) These scripts don't remove ALL the quirks (yet) but hopefully will soon. It is an "Alpha", after all.
Q: Why not keep it for yourself and make sure other players don't stand a chance?
A: SungSlaver231 was kind enough to release their framework for interacting with the Anacreon API endpoints, which means savvy players who know how to exploit it will have even more of an advantage over those who don't. And because I like to have challenging opponents.
Q: Can't players abuse some of the scripts, like spamming messages to everyone?
A: I can only hope that no one uses these with malicious intent. It goes against the spirit of the game and ruins things for all players.
Q: This is awesome, how can I thank you?
A: Thank George for a great game dating back to 1987, or maybe a few dollars donation to Kronosaur to inspire more work on Anacreon (which doesn't generate income) as well as Transcendence (which does).
Q: Why the funny name?
Read the Foundation series.
Things I'd like to add in the next update:
3. More flavor stuff in the stats screen like the current year, the number of years reigned, the number of shipyards etc.
4. Error handling to re-prompt for input if the user inputs something invalid, instead of crashing outright.
If, by chance, anyone has also written some personal scripts for use that fit any of the above points (or do any other interesting things) I'd be happy to take a look at them to incorporate into the project (with credit, of course). Sharing is caring.