Economic simulation on mars!

Mars is known as the Red Planet. But this is going to change in Mars Tomorrow. Humans inhabited the once hostile to life planet and took care of turning it into a green and habitable place. By terraforming, Mars is becoming a planet for the new Martians.
From red to green

In the game Mars Tomorrow your aim is the colonizing the planet in order to transform it into a green planet. The player takes the role of a brave colonist. With the Earth being anything but habitable, the player has to try his luck as a Martian. The settlement project is called Mars Tomorrow and is the beginning of the operation ‘Life on Mars’ and let you start colonizing Mars with other new Martians.
The birth of their own colony

However, general living conditions are hardly met on Mars as it is. The red planet seems to be bleak and arid - not even grass grows in the dreary wasteland. At the beginning of your mission you need to gather resources, which are urgently needed for the colonization of Mars. These include water, oxygen and carbon dioxide. Once this is done, all the raw materials are used to produce vital products. The Mars Rovers take care of the transportation to the colony, which will grow over time. As your colony grows, more and more people will decide to settle on Mars. The new residents of the colony help in increasing the colony and a thriving economy will soon be established. Once the economy grows, greenhouse gases are emitted, forming an Earth-like atmosphere. The resulting clouds, rain, rivers, lakes and algae enable the transformation of a formerly red to a green planet.
Prospering economy

At first glance, Mars Tomorrow appears as a simple building game. However, with increasing population comes a significant increase in the challenges of the economic simulation part of the game. All tasks must be coordinated, so that the economy does not collapse and the survival of the population can be ensured. Once the Mars Rover brought the resources to the colony, terraforming is performed. The larger the population, the more resources are needed. The player is faced with the question: How to master both, economic and environmental difficulties. At first, every Martian only controls a few Mars Rovers, which can be improved by "plug-ins". The Mars itself changes every ten days, so the player is faced with many new challenges. Overall, there are eight phases that ultimately give the planet its green appearance and enabling Earth-like conditions on Mars. In each phase, there is also a new type of vehicle.
Together for a better life

Life on Mars is not designed by a player alone, but together with several players to experience and enjoy the game together, which makes the game very communicative. Certain resources supply the player Terra points. At the end of a round they will be compared with the points of the other players. The player with the highest Terra point score wins the round. However, not only the winner of a round receives a goodie. The best players of each round will be able to win Tritium, which will be added directly into their account at the beginning of the new round. In the world of Mars Tomorrow Tritium is eventually used to buy settlers accounts, plug-ins and much more. All rounds in “Free to Play”-mode are nonviolent.

What's New

Version 1.25.4

- Bugfixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5

8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Too bad no stand alone version.


What they call 'Single Player' mode isn't really as at the very least you still are competing for planetary resources with other players around the planet and if you dally, you lose by attrition. Could be also a good stand alone (ie no internet required) game. Too bad as the game "looked" good.

The game looks amazing but...


After looking for Mars Colonization games for so long on the App Store I have finally found a game that LOOKED really fun and interesting with good graphics. I was really excited to play this game as I wish to be one of the first people on Mars myself. Unfortunately, probably one of the only things that is wrong with this app after looking at the pictures of the app, is that whenever the game starts to load, it crashes. This app looks amazing but if you fix the crashes so we can actually play it that would be nice... I do understand that this is a brand new app (as of December 3rd 2016) but if you want to get some downloads and some good reviews, I suggest you try your hardest to fix the crashes. Thank you.

Developer Response

Oh damn.
We fixed a lot of things. maybe you can try it again with the new version?
Please keep in mind the game needs a constant connection to the internet.

Crashes iPad mini iOS 9.3.5

Support English

After installing the last version as well as this version, I have been unable to get past the loading screen. Counts up to between 88-95% and then crashes. This is on my iPad mini running iOS 9.3.5. Made sure all other apps were closed and restarted device. Even clearing the memory prior to starting the game by holding power button then holding home button an additional 5 seconds. If anyone has any suggestions or tips on wat else I could possibly do.


Bytro Labs GmbH
177.9 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, German, Russian
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2015 gamefabrik GmbH
In-App Purchases
  1. Giant Tritium Package $99.99
  2. Big Tritium package $19.99
  3. A bit of tritium $0.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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