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Hey Guys, Our game just received a fresh and clean interface look, redrawn characteres, new 3d modells and resource statistics, a rework of Tuto with new buildings and more.

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Welcome to our latest Imagine Earth update only a month after the last one. Here are the details of everything. One thing are the new difficulty levels easy, normal and hard. They adjust the consumption of your cities and the pollution of all buildings. This will make a huge difference in terms of how easy it is to populate your planets with huge colonies.

New Modells, Interface and Characters

Major Advantages

The new interface look is much cleaner and comes with some new icons and an improved Info panel in the bottom left.New character art!New resource statistics can be opened by clicking into the resource panel at the top. Cattle breeding and Biomass power plant are two new buildings. In addition Jens added new graphics for a lot of the other buildings.Tuto got completely reworked and will now start with more buildings and real choices. In addition we slightly adjusted the goals and story in Joma. This means that savegames of both missions wont work anymore and will be hidden and you can replay both missions to get the stars for the new goals.The campaign screen now displays all unlocked planets within a galaxy and visualizes their different magnitude.

Space is the Place

Other Improvements

Planet rotation is now locked so north stay always on top. A small change that makes a huge difference – it’s now a lot easier to keep the orientation on your planet! Using the build menu now immediately places the building. You can still choose a different placement field by keeping the button pressed.Balancing & Bugs – as always.

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In one or two days we'll have the totally reworked demo version, downloadable here on indieDB

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DIZ-ZANG!!! Looks impressive!


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it looks amazing! clean and simple interface

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