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SHAFTED is quick resource management

shafted is a quick resource management game for both linux and windows pc

SHAFTED is a quick resource management game for both Linux and Windows PC. Which is the result of the talents behind developer Looch Lab. Which is due to make its way onto Steam soon.

SHAFTED is due to launch on Linux and Windows PC on October 13th. A quick resource management game that tests you to deliver the payload quickly. Build a mini mining colony and optimize your mineral outputs. Pay off your contracts before you get shafted.
Since contracts start on five by five grid-based dioramas. Players must manage their building and mining placement. All due to maximize their resource production. Every building and mining resource can also have its output optimized. Which users can use to increase production value. But this comes at a cost.

SHAFTED – Gameplay Trailer

Managing your resource output isn’t the only logistical test that can shaft you. Your contracts need paying. So, leaving these payloads outstanding can result in the environmental destruction. Since you are creating a well placed mining colony in SHAFTED.

Building and managing your mining empire is a process that can play out over three years. At the end of every year, the land you have to mine is increased. Doing so with an extra row and column in SHAFTED. However, a larger mining opportunity comes with larger contract liabilities.

Key Features:

  • Micro-mining management. Manage for primary minerals; stone, copper, iron, and gold. Each mineral is essential for a different use, from purchasing buildings to mining upgrades.
  • An optimized miner is a happy miner. Enter any mineshaft to optimize your outputs. Upgrade mines to increase potential optimized output for the mined resource.
  • Mine every daySHAFTED plays like most turn-based tactic games. Every day offers you a new opportunity to place mines, optimize output or pay contracts.
  • Short mining contracts. SHAFTED is designed to offer quick and replayable gameplay sessions. A typical mining run will require getting dirty for just 30 minutes. If you choose to keep getting shafted then that’s on you.

SHAFTED quick resource management is releasing on Linux and Windows PC. Due to makes its way onto Steam, priced at $4.99 USD
€4.49 / £4.39.

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