The trailer showcases the game's unique environments, only made possible by the latest in graphics technology.
"Ever since the day I watched Interstellar I wanted to create a space sim game that captures that sense of mystery and excitement.", said Roy van Ophuizen, CEO of Funcraft Games. "When I discovered the innovative render technique called ray marching and learned how that could be used to display real-time fractal worlds I knew that my dream could become reality.".
Apart from steering and landing your ship and exploring distant planetary systems you will also have to keep all the ship systems operational, which involves prospecting and mining for resources, upgrading ship systems and fixing broken parts. You will also have to hunt for precious stones and artifacts to unlock new paths in your journey. And will you be able to control the mysterious Dimension Device? It's all up to you, you are completely alone out there... or are you?
Funcraft Games was founded in 2015 and has released several critically acclaimed titles, like Hypertrain in 2018.
Earth Analog is now available for wishlisting on Steam.