Eufloria is an ambient game of space exploration and conquest that employs surprising themes of plant growth and bio-mechanical evolution. Conquer asteroids in space and use their resources to literally grow and nurture new semi-organic plants and creatures to do your bidding.

Explore a beautifully realized universe rendered in unique and compelling style. Dyson's aesthetics are reminiscent of children's books like "the little prince" and are supported by an original ambient soundtrack by Brian Grainger.

The player is pitched again several teams of AI opponents that all vie for the same resources and can offer fierce opposition.

  • Much of the content in the game is procedurally generated.
  • Levels are different on every play-through.
  • Unique and beautiful ambient soundtrack created specifically for the game.
  • Easy to learn yet deep strategic gameplay
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21 comments by Henley on Nov 30th, 2011

Firstly we'd like to thank you again for our success to date, with almost 70,000 bundles and over 350,000 games sold in less than a month. We're proud to debut our third bundle -- including five top PC indie games, available at right now. (Those with preorders can download or redeem keys at any time.)

The 'Really Big Bundle' is led by the title that gave the bundle its name - Boss Baddie's crazed space shooter Really Big Sky, packing a whopping 12 game modes and local 4-player coop into its beefy, feature-filled frame.

Also now revealed as part of this bundle is Dutch developer Mystic Box's underappreciated Runespell Overture (also available on Mac for bundle buyers), an RPG twinning collectible cards with poker-based combat in extremely playable and innovative fashion.

Additionally part of the bundle is the the PC version of Independent Games Festival finalist Eufloria (formerly known as Dyson), an acclaimed 'ambient space exploration' title that's been a staple of independent game showcases over the past couple of years.

And finally, Zeboyd Games' cult indie RPG duo Cthulhu Saves The World and Breath Of Death VII - twinning Lovecraft-ian spoof with Japanese RPG pastiche of the finest sort - complete the five titles in the 'Really Big Bundle'.

Those who preordered, as well as those pay more and get a 'Star' to drop the price during the bundle will also receive a bonus 'thank you' in the form of Fez composer Disasterpeace's chiptune concept music album 'Rise Of The Obsidian Interstellar'. (In addition, all Bundle buyers should check back towards the end of the bundle for further bonuses from the creators of the games included in this pack!)

Once again, thanks for caring about some of the emerging titles we're taking the time to showcase here - please contact us if you have an questions about anything to do with Indie Royale.

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Dyson 1.20 Work in progress demo - Linux

Dyson 1.20 Work in progress demo - Linux

May 11, 2009 Demo 2 comments

This is the Linux version of our work in progress demo, which can potentially be used to run under Mac as well.

Dyson Work In Progress Demo: 1.20

Dyson Work In Progress Demo: 1.20

Apr 16, 2009 Demo 15 comments

Dyson's Demo is a work in progress and gives only a flavour of the final game. The full game will feature much more content and mechanics, but for now...

Eufloria Demo - Windows

Eufloria Demo - Windows

Oct 27, 2009 Demo 5 comments

We’ve put together a demo of the new version of Eufloria. This offers a part of what’s available in the full game. There have been massive changes...

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-Artanis- Apr 23 2009, 9:28am says:

I love this game, downloaded the demo and I can´t stop playing it.
I love how you respawn in different places every time you play, that way you can play every level several times without getting bored...

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oasojdfklasf Apr 22 2009, 6:25pm says:

there should be an campaign mode, instead of just levels.

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Lucífer Apr 22 2009, 12:16am says:

I know its been asked but I'm curious if you guys are planning some form of multiplayer mode for this.

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WhatYouAre Apr 21 2009, 6:55am says:

You guys know what would be AWESOME? A multiplayer feature for this game, would be kickass!

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Pxtl May 12 2009, 2:03pm replied:

I'm pretty sure that multiplayer is impossible - it's not something you can retrofit.

There is a multiplayer clone of Dyson called Quantum, but it looks utterly fugly and half-assed when you put it side-by-side with Dyson. Still, it's a solid implementation of Dyson's gameplay in Java, with multiplayer.

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jcep31 Apr 20 2009, 1:58am says:

great game!
add some more units or make the game a bit complex..
lol you don't need the defensive tree to win..
just breed more seeds a mass of them...

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MrCowThing Apr 17 2009, 8:30pm says:

This game is amazing! So simple, yet so fun!

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piper647 Apr 17 2009, 5:34pm says:

Dyson... That's a vacuum...

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Artarious Apr 19 2009, 8:43pm replied:

piper you never cease to amaze me lol. Hmm interesting I will give this a try tonight.

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Ennui Apr 17 2009, 1:28am says:

I played the **** out of this, love it immensely. I had a brain flash the other day and realized that the name refers to Freeman Dyson and his asteroid space-tree/flower idea. Keep up the great work :)

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Highest Rated (5 agree) 9/10

It might not look like much, but as the old saying goes looks can be deceiving. Eufloria is gameplay perfected, nothing more nothing less.

A perfect casual indie game which is instantly fun and only takes seconds to grasp. Highly recommended.

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