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Stardeus sci-fi colony sim coming to Kickstarter

stardeus sci-fi colony sim game coming to kickstarter on linux mac and windows pc

Stardeus sci-fi colony sim game coming to Kickstarter on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the creative efforts of developer Kodo Linija. Due to kick off the crowdfunding campaign soon. With plans for a Steam and Humble Store release.

Solo developer, Kodo Linija, is eager to announce the sci-fi colony sim Stardeus. Due to launch its Kickstarter campaign on Monday, August 16th. Stardeus takes inspiration from titles from other well known games. Such as RimWorld, Factorio, Dwarf Fortress, Oxygen Not Included, and FTL. Due to deliver the depth of a colony management sim rarely seen among the stars. Along with support on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.

In Stardeus, you play as an immortal AI who has an army of robots and drones. Like all colony sim games, how you play Stardeus is entirely up to you. Since you can grow a human colony on your ship, sure. Start a robot uprising, why not. You can also choose to turn all your crew into human batteries. Due to satisfy your greed for electricity. The stars really are the limit when it comes to the open ended gameplay in Stardeus.

Stardeus Kickstarter Trailer

To really make your ship thrive you’ll need to manage your crew. This means both robotic and human. All offering different personalities and to ensure power is continuous. Then explore space with resource gathering ventures. Also be sure to squash any face hugging aliens before an outbreak starts.

Embedded in every Stardeus mode and base you build is the focus on AI storytelling. This off the cuff approach to stories will make every situation on a ship unique. This applies to the player’s own personal experience. The storytelling can result in eye watering comedic moments from the interaction of crew members. All the way to face palming fires that destroy half your space empire. Nothing in Stardeus is a scripted story, it’s your story and your rules.

Stardeus will launch its Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign on Monday, August 16th. A playable demo will be available to everyone, offering up to 2 hours of gameplay. There is instant alpha access available to backers. This offers around 15 hours of progress gameplay. However, there is no time lock on the alpha access. So this means players can build until their heart’s are content.

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