Intermarum, the developer of turn-based simulation game Race To Mars has announced that the game has moved onto the Steam Early Access program for the price of $19.99.
In Race To Mars players are able to become the heard of a space company with the goal of eventually establishing a colony on Mars. You begin as a start-up researching cutting-edge technologies and eventually move to the red planet itself.
Obviously the game is not finished but a list of features has been announced by the developers for those who jump in.
System of gaining Prestige points, which show how your company evolves and will enable it to develop further
Almost all features in Administration building: manage staff and buildings, use the bank (take loans or deposit money), view reports, answer first questions from journalists and build your reputation
Answer questions from the journalists and build your reputation
Build Satellite Program which unlocks development of crucial technologies at Research & Development
Access to the Market which allows players to buy items like a rocket which will launch your satellite to the orbit
Access to the first Full Space Mission
Random events which will affect your company’s evolvement
The finished game is expected in June/July of this year.
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Cyanide Studios have revealed more information on the importance of stadiums in their upcoming title Blood Bowl 2.
Stadiums in the game are to be scalable and will allow players to spend winnings earned in the solo and multiplayer campaigns to upgrade them. This will allow players to go from modest training grounds to grander efforts. As a stadium is upgraded it will also play a part in dictating the atmosphere of a match allowing more fans to pack the stadiums to cheer on their team and even invade the pitch.
In addition to this the additions and extensions made will offer extra bonuses and opportunities to the teams.