The Spatials: Galactology finally releases on Steam for Linux, Mac and Windows. Hence the the genre-bending mix of base building and resource management gameplay. With a dynamic loot system and randomly-generated galaxies.
The Spatials: Galactology also features deeper, more rewarding mechanics than the original game. With enough content and new features to satisfy the most hardcore simulation fans.
The game’s sequel is now fully mature and available now on Steam with a discount. Supporting Linux, Mac and Windows, all major desktop operating systems. 🙂
The Spatials: Galactology trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)
So back in 2015, The Spatials: Galactology surprised quite a few reviewers. Since gameplay is depth, humorous and seemingly endless replayability. 🙂
Galactology is The Spatials reimagined as a much larger and more rewarding simulation game. With mod support and active pause. The game also adds new items and structures to build and trade routes to exploit. Including planets with many new variables and sophisticated AI.
Civilizations that actually attack your station. And unique gameplay systems behind every object and room. The game also ships with full Steam Workshop compatibility. As well as a large chunk of gameplay source code with every copy sold.
The galaxy the Spatials once knew has changed. The Federation is collapsing, a 5,000-year-old cat is leading a revolution. Strange cults are flourishing. And the worst chef of all time is a TV superstar. It’s time for the Spatials to start a new era of science and diplomacy. While building the ultimate tourist trap. Well it will be a vacation hotspot in the outer reaches of the universe.
Steam and Humble Releases:
The Spatials: Galactology will be available now on Steam as a full release next Wednesday, April 18, for $9.09 USD (30% discount). This means a Linux, Mac and Windows launch. Also, the game will return to its original price of $12.99 USD on April 25th. So that’s one week after launch. Check out Humble Store as well.