An AI ship full of frozen colonists must find the best planet to be the new home of the human race. A randomly-generated text-based strategy game.
Push your luck: do you settle here, on this not-quite-ideal planet, or keep searching and risk your ship being damaged in the journey? The planets you encounter are randomly generated, and as you travel you encounter random events, so each playthrough is different. See the stories of the colonies you found, and keep trying for a higher score.
Ratings and Reviews
Simple yet engaging text-based game with a very neat concept
I really have to give the developer props for this game. The text-based gameplay is very simple, but there’s an element of strategy and even morals when making tough decisions; for example, do you let some of your colonists die, or do you let your scanners/databases malfunction? There’s a huge amount of scenarios, and no playthrough is ever the same. It’s especially entertaining when you finally decide to land on a planet, and you get to read what happens after your colonists wake up and begin settling.
As a bonus, this game is totally free, and (as far as I can tell) there are no advertisements or in-app purchases, other than a donation button. Thanks for making a quality game without monetizing the hell out of it, I think I just might hit that donation button ;)
A text based game where you are the AI of a ship designed as the last hope for humanity. You carry the final members of the human race as you find a planet for your frozen passengers to colonize. Judging the weight of your decisions, you must do what you think is best for your people and most decisions come at a cost. Great game with no downsides. I don't think you'll be disappointed, but even if you're the skeptical type it's a free game with no ads or in app purchases. Give it a try!
Great but can get a bit repetitive
I love this game and the idea I just don’t like that you can basically memorize what certain choices in events do and it kinda takes the fun out of being the person chosen to make choices with little information that have big impacts. It also can get a bit repetitive when you see the same events over and over again along with the same planet names(literally half of my playthroughs end with Oceanus), but it still is a great game that I’d recommend.
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