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Developer Haemimont Games, better known for letting players live out their fantasies as the ruler of a banana republic in a fictionalised South America, is teaming up with Cities Skylines publisher Paradox Interactive for its upcoming game Surviving Mars. Which as per the title, will put players in charge of planning and building a functioning colony on everyone's favourite Red Planet -- Mars.

If you've played any of the last few Tropico games then the following quote will definitely get you excited for this.

“We feel that strategy and management games are at their best when they let the player experience the unique story being told by their decisions, and Surviving Mars is going to have that in a big way,” said Gabriel Dobrev, CEO of Haemimont Games. “Your colonists aren’t just working to improve production, they’re struggling to survive, and their conflicts and concerns are intense. Surviving Mars lets you understand what your colonists are dealing with on an individual level, and coming up with creative plans for those needs will be a new challenge for our fans.”


No release date has been set but you can check out the announcement trailer below.




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taggs
Posted 07:58pm 15/5/17
Oooh love me some tropico so will keep an eye on this.
Raven
Posted 03:23pm 16/5/17
Hm, I dunno about this. Cities: Skylines is the first game on Steam I've ever requested a refund for just on how bad it was and difficult to learn.
trog
Posted 06:23pm 16/5/17
S***! I just came in here to ask if Cities: Skyline was the game that everyone said was better than SimCity. But it sounds like it wasn't, or I'm thinking of a totally different game...?
fpot
Posted 06:33pm 16/5/17
No it's Cities:Skyline
Viper119
Posted 07:10pm 16/5/17
Cities: Skyline was awesome! Excited for this.
Tollaz0r!
Posted 07:55pm 16/5/17
Cities skylines was pretty good, mods made it shine a lot more.

That last Simcity game though was a massive, massive let down. That probably helped skyline feel better than what it may have otherwise been.

trog
Posted 08:01pm 16/5/17
Did Simcity buck up after a few rounds of patches though? I still have it waiting to play but keep putting it off.
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