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Friday, October 14, 2022

Quriocity game Space engineers and city builders get to work with this colony sim

Quriocity has players take command as the leader of the ‘Quriocity 1 Mission’, whose objective is to establish a colony for human space explorers. Colonists can be assigned to a number of professions, and it is up to the player to decide what role these colonists play in the colony based on the current focus and needs of the population as a whole. Keeping colonists happy is a balancing act in itself, with players needing to keep a close eye on food, energy, and housing to keep them happy, productive, and, most importantly, alive. Building specialist structures will provide the foundations for success. Most units depend on a specific cluster building, which can be upgraded to be more efficient and more effective as time goes on.

However, it is a delicate balance between doing things by the book and getting creative, as random events can disrupt the colony at any time. By building the required units, players will be ready to face the many challenges that present themselves on this alien planet thousands of light years away from Earth. Quriocity has been built with a clean, easy-to-understand UI that makes managing this much easier. Players will be alerted to something going wrong instantly, giving them time to take action before it's too late, whether it is an outbreak of disease or fire..

When not fighting fires, players may want to take some time to beautify their colony and put their own stamp of human personality on the otherwise barren and hostile lunar landscape. Green spaces can be created and filled with trees, water fountains can be placed, and even monuments erected to celebrate the growing greatness of the colony. Each decorative option has a fully changeable colour palette too, and creations can be shown off with the Colony Tour feature giving players a fly-over of their deep-space domain.

● Start with a small foothold on an unexplored planet and build it up into a bustling metropolis as you manage energy, housing, and food
● Defend the colony from threats ranging from devastating disease outbreaks to ravaging industrial fires
● Research and advance through technology trees and upgrade buildings to be better than before, opening up new gameplay opportunities with over 40 upgradeable units
● Test yourself if you’re a seasoned city-builder with a number of difficulty modes as you make your way through the main campaign
● View your colony and marvel at your work with the Colony Tour feature, and share the results with the community

Quriocity is out now on Steam Early Access for $17.00 and is playable in 12 languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, and Portuguese.
We have lift-off, as the intriguing sci-fi city builder and colony sim from indie team Oxeliz that hopefully orbited your inbox last week has now arrived on Steam. I know it’s nearly the weekend, and you’ll want to be spacing out, so I’ll keep this quick!

What on earth does Quriocity mean?
Memorable right? The name is a nod to the plucky Curiosity Mars Rover and also the name of the in-game space mission the player is a part of.

Isn’t there a galaxy full of strategy games out there already?
The developers wanted to craft a strategy game that was more accessible to players, with a clean and concise UI that makes building and managing a space colony enjoyable rather than a black hole of despair in endless menus and a screen looking like a spreadsheet or inside Iron Man’s mask.

Plus, this one has space plagues if you’re unlucky enough to suffer an outbreak!

I don’t like orange.

If the planet needs a bit of a re-styling to make it more appealing in the eyes of the player and their colonists, plenty of solutions are available. From trees to fountains, the lunar landscape can be brushed up and look brand new with over 40 decorations and an entire color wheel’s worth of design choices.

Now my planet is no longer orange; I want to show off and flex on other players.

Marvel at your handy work with the Colony Tour, flying you around your domain, which you can then share with the community. There are also a number of difficulty options available if you really want to flex your strategy muscles.

Quriocity is out now on Steam Early Access.


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