The space colony-building Maia from indie developer Simon Roth has reached Alpha 0.46, which adds nanoprinting to our technological arsenal so we can start a robot production line.
That's not all because we'll also be able to study plants in the new botony labs, and of course there's more of the war being waged against bugs. A new video from Roth showcases 0.46.
As Maia is now available on Steam Early Access. The game, sort of Dungeon Keeper meets Dwarf Fortress on an alien world, had a successful Kickstarter campaign a year ago., sci-fi sim
Simon Roth, creator of Maia, has announced his science fiction god sim will be joining the small of army of titles now available through Steam Early Access. It'll arrive in its catalogue this December 3rd.
Direct pre-orders for Maia means there's "no immediate need" for a cash injection, so he can take his time. Roth is expanding his team to handle the influx of testers.
Fifteen games have been greenlit for Steam, Valve has announced, and included among the games is Satellite Reign, a spiritual successor to the classic management RPG/strategy game Syndicate, a remake of the classic puzzle game The 7th Guest, and Nekro, a weird Dungeon Keeper-style game in which the player raises the dead for troops.
Want Dungeon Keeper to collide with Dwarf Fortress and go hurtling toward a primordial alien world? God you're picky. Thankfully, indie developer Simon Roth proposes one such crazy idea.
Roth has proposed a new god game by the title of Maia. He was asking for £100k and the community delivered. Actually they threw him an extra £20k and there's still over 45 hours left.