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By John Ayliff Category Strategy

Description & Details

The Earth is gone. Find a new home for the last survivors of the human race.

An AI ship full of frozen colonists must find the best planet to be the new home of the human race. A randomly-generated text-based strategy game.

Push your luck: do you settle here, on this not-quite-ideal planet, or keep searching and risk your ship being damaged in the journey? The planets you encounter are randomly generated, and as you travel you encounter random events, so each playthrough is different. See the stories of the colonies you found, and keep trying for a higher score.

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Last Seen
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Android Version
4.0 and up
Content Rating
Installs (Google)
100000 - 500000
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David 4
A fun little time waster. The stories of the colonies are entertaining, and the random nature of the planets keeps you questioning whether you should settle or risk damage to a component by moving on. Only thing stopping 5 stars is each time you move on you're probably taking damage, so going past 5 or 6 planets means your colonists are not going to do well. Other than that, a good bit of fun.
Oliver 5
So simple in design, so deep in story. The way the text is written makes you look beyond the numbers on top (which 90% of the time is all you, technically, need) and get immersed in a scenario, where you feel burdened with the responsibility for humanity's survival. And each game only takes a maximum of ten minutes.
Maho 3
Decent game with a fun premise overall, but Falls flat rather quickly when you realize that there's really nothing to prevent anything. Your interactions are merely responses to random events that may or may not happen quickly. Making this game extremely non-interactive. I found myself wishing that my choices had some kind of actual outcome, rather than just being along for the ride. The events which are indeed random are the real deciders making the game very boring after a couple of playthroughs which happen quickly
Richard 4
Fun quick game when your internet cuts out or your data is maxed. First planet is almost always a joke so autoskip but the random events between planet findings and how the risk of those events affects the outcome of the souls you as the ship ai are aimming to protect make each playthrough special. PS Landing gear is super important to protect. Everything get plentized if any damage happens to it
Kieran 5
A fun little game about system priorities, and damage mitigation. Graphics for quality of result can be very unfriendly to the colourblind, often hard to read on either LoD or DoL modes. Is addictive to just keep pressing that new game button.
Emily 5
Be forewarned: unless you like to read long paragraphs in a row, you will not like this game! That said, I freaking love it. It's offline, doesn't take up much space (fingerguns) and is amazing every time I play it.
Matt 4
Cool game, acknowledging its limitations. First play for high score, then play for low score - both are fun! Mine are 12437 and 2579. See if you play for low score then flip-flop your goal along the way because you think "oh look at that great planet, this is The One".
John 4
Interesting little game and concept, maybe a short lifespan. I've bookmarked the twine and sugarcube pages from the credits sheet for future research. One suggestion for the game, at each planet there should be an option to travel back to a previous planet, albeit with a risk of further damage on the journey. That of course would mean having to store the previous destinations in a bank in the database, which may then be susceptible to damage during your travels.
jeremy 5
Better a great game with replay value than a flashy graphics centered game that would be obsolete in 3 years. I love this game. Text based adventures are amazing when they're done right, and this one is.
Robert 4
A fun little game that simply uses random events to create a story about founding a space colony. It's a pity there aren't at least some graphics or artwork to bring it more to life. It's also quite repetitive after a few plays.
Alex 5
I never write reviews or anything, but this game deserves it. It is already absolutely spectacular, but has so much potential that hasn't even been touched yet. Love it!

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