Mac Platform: Intel Includes: Pre-K’ed OS version: 10.14+ Processor type(s) & speed: i5 RAM minimum: 4 GB Video RAM: 1) Unpack 2) Move to Applications 3) Play! Languages: English (audio), Polish, Russian Version: Steam Early Access v0.3.2 Cure: ACTiVATED
EarthX is a game that focuses mainly on managing your own private space company. You will have to develop better and better rockets, fight for contracts with competitors, and develop your company to the highest levels. This space company simulator, which has been under development for over a year, has a nice graphic design and a pleasant soundtrack by xandra. Although EarthX is not yet fully completed, it already has quite a lot of content.
Launch and land your rockets to use them again on your next mission – elements of economic strategy!
Grow your business through more than 30 levels, where each of them unlocks new features in the game!
Unlock more than 45 individual parts, from which you can build a large number of different types of rockets!
Possibility to create your own constellation of satellites for the global Internet.
Build rockets, capsules, and spaceships!
Build a colony on Mars!
Compete against the competition for contracts!
Send crew and supply missions to the International Space Station!
Did I mention catching the fairings?
Of course, there’s a lot more, but what would be the fun of it if we wrote everything here? There’s still a long way to go – EarthX is not finished yet, but one day it will be.
Here’s what we plan to add before leaving early access:
Allowing players to build their own Moonbase.
Expanding the rocket mechanics – we plan to add more advanced mechanics and more small details that will make the game more interesting.
Expanding employee mechanics – we want to achieve such an effect that every employee has a real impact on your company.
Expanding special missions mechanics – in the future, we want to add many more small missions, but in order to do so, we must first solve the problem of their management.
Weather system – this is a very important aspect of space flights, so we have to add it.