Hello Armies! Today I will give you my first impression about a. city-building strategy video game developed by Mothership Entertainment and published by Team17. Aven Colony
Aven Colony is about building a new human settlement on Aven Prime (an alien planet light-years from Earth). The player is responsible for overseeing construction, resources, as well as people within the colony. It is essential that the colony be built from scratch. Over time, additional colonists will come. You can find many buildings from tiny tents to tall skyscrapers or a space elevator. These buildings are used for many purposes, including oxygen creation, living quarters and food cultivation, resource mining, protection, expansion, exploration, and exploration. The colony is managed by flying drones. Colonists can travel by foot or hover cars. There are two phases to the day: night and day. During the night, everything freezes so that food won’t grow. Solar panels also work at half of their capacity. The colony must be able to withstand various environmental conditions, including storms and toxic gas. The creep is an alien that grows on buildings and covers them with its tentacles. Drones can be used to get rid of “the creep”. Other alien threats can also attack colonies, including hovering guardians, plague spores and cultist aircrafts. These attacks can be countered by building defense structures to defend the colony. There are more than a dozen types of crops that can be grown. The player can influence the morale system by influencing many factors, including food, living conditions and employment. If morale drops, citizens have the right to sack the player. As the colony grows, ancient alien artifacts may be found and used. There are four types of sub-colonies that can be built around the main colony.
Twelve menus provide information about each colony to help you manage all this. These menus provide information about citizens, commute, happiness and crime as well as details about resources, electricity, water supplies, drones, crops, structures, and drones. You can adjust the game speed up to eight times and you can pause at any time. There are three camera modes that offer different views of the colony or surrounding area. These modes include a surveillance camera mode, a satellite camera mode, and an overworld map.
There are two main game modes. Campaign Mode has many missions that must be completed. Each mission also contains objectives that must be met in order for the player to complete the mission. Sandbox Mode allows you to set the initial conditions, and then you can build a colony on an open-ended, undefined world without any specific objectives.
Aven Colony works in the same way as SimCity and City Skylines, but it has the goal to colonize an alien world. Instead of building skyscrapers and parks, you can build parks and skyscrapers in space. These colonies will be built on Aven Prime, an alien planet. It is your mission to build and sustain colonies on alien planets. You will also need to fight off alien invasions, plagues, severe storms, and large worms that spew acid. Although it’s simple to learn, it can be difficult for those who aren’t familiar with the genre. However, it may turn off those who want a more meaty experience. Although the mechanics may seem a bit clunky, Aven Colony can be rewarding and enjoyable.
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