Subzero Tides is a unique colony builder game coming to Linux and Windows PC. Thanks to the imaginative team at Logical Progression Games for crafting such an engaging experience. Due to make its way onto Steam.
So, you’re curious about Subzero Tides? The year is 2224, and you’ve got the task of setting up shop on Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons, and it’s really cold there. Your job is to create a place where people can live, work, and stay safe. Since you are in a place that’s the definition of “not human-friendly.”
You start Subzero Tides by putting together the basics. Such as a place to sleep, and also ways to get water and power. Including all the gear you need to mine resources from this icy wasteland. As a result, you have to think about how to process those resources, grow food, and make sure everyone can communicate with each other.
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Speaking of everyone, you’re not just looking after a bunch of random people. You also have a team with skills. We’re talking about Mission commanders, engineers, and researchers. Since you’re not only dealing with humans here. You’ve got robots that can do amazing things to aid you in your quest.
Now, Europa has secrets, due to underground oceans kept warm by some seriously neat science stuff. You’re not just building in Subzero Tides; you’re exploring too. There are eight big companies back on Earth that are interested in what you’re doing. So they’re offering help with special perks and surprises.
This isn’t your run of the mill task. You’ve got to juggle tasks and keeping track of what needs to be done. While dealing with unexpected events, making sure you’ve got enough of what you need, and a whole lot more. It’s about making smart choices, figuring out the best way to get through tough situations, and even working out deals with other space settlers.
If you’re into exploring, surviving, and making the tough calls, Subzero Tides is due to be worth playing. It’s all about problem-solving and making a success out of being a tough plus. Plus, you’ll learn a thing or two about running a space colony. The colony builder is due to make its way onto Steam. The release date is still TBD, coming to Linux and Windows PC.