FryxGames' 3 science fiction games are all considered a part of the same timeline.
Space Station is the first released game of the timeline. It's connection to the timeline is the weakest - it's not even clear when it is set although it's likely the earliest. However like the other games "megacredits" are used as currency. Terraforming Mars references the game in the card "space station" and it appears the designers consider it a part of the timeline.
Later Fleets: The Pleiad Conflict was released and finally Terraforming Mars. Terraforming Mars is set in the years 2300-2700 of the timeline while Fleets: The Pleiad Conflict is set later in the 3400s. Several things tie those games together (besides "megacredits" as currency):
- In TM the cards "mass converter" and "interstellar colony ship" appear, and later in the colonies expansion "warp drive" appear too. The mass converter is a technology mentioned as the power source for warp drives used to send interstellar colony ships to the pleidas to create the setting of Fleets. The "interstellar colony ship" card also uses the same art that was used in Fleets.
- The four corporations fighting in Fleets are future versions of corporations that participated in the terraforming of mars in TM - PhoboLog, Thorgate (Thorgate Alliance in Fleets), and Teractor (Teractor-Olympiac in Fleets) appear in the base game while Poseidon appears in colonies.
- In the back of the TM rulebook there is a picture of the pleiades constellation as seen from Earth, hinting at it as the next stop for space colonization.
- In the back of the Fleets rulebook there is a story starting in an office of a terraformed Mars, and the story tells how humanity starts colonizing planets around other stars.
- In all three games, players take the roles of corporations.