Imagine Earth is a futuristic world simulaton. Your job as a colony manager is to explore and populate various undiscovered planets. Raise great cities...
As a space colony manager your aim is to explore and populate distant planets. Build up thriving and profitable colonies on a global scale without destroying your homeworld by triggering overgrowth and climate collapse.
Imagine Earth is an open world simulation game with strategic puzzle elements that might turn into an environmental survival thriller. It all depends on your individual research decisions, your development plans and growth management abilities.
The Game features a lot of challenging gameplay. Deal with threads like meteorite strikes, twisters and wild fires. Coexist and trade with natives, alien investors and hostile colonies, dig for ideon crystals, pacify riots and master the perfect production chain of many constructs and technologies avaible. conditions for your people.
The most important update is that Tuto has been completely reworked and now comes with more buildings, new goals and a much better story presentation. In addition we have unlocked the Free Play mode on Tuto so demo testers can play without time and growth limitations. The Demo is available for download on our official website on Steam or right here on IndieDB:
Influences between constructs aren’t new in Imagine Earth but the tactical importance is raised with the latest update. Buildings are forming production chains which are increasing the value of strategic placement. Here you see a forestry delivering to a factory that is filling the warehouse that itself does supply the mall … just as an example.
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Nov 13 2014, 1:40pm
Some lessons learned: T.co
Oct 10 2014, 11:53am
Just updated the Imagine Earth early access version on Steam T.co
Sep 30 2014, 5:34pm
Imagine Earth looks quite good on an animated GIF. What do you think? T.co
Sep 26 2014, 6:11pm
Great moment, when you play your own game and are totally flashed by all the stuff that happens in this little world...
Sep 26 2014, 6:01pm
A short anecdote from the development on Imagine Earth T.co
Sep 24 2014, 6:28pm