Surviving Mars game guide provides information on how to complete the game and understand the game world. Your task is to build your own colony on Mars and make sure that your colonists survive. This game guide will show you how to start the gameplay. You will find basic tips and mechanics descriptions, which will allow for a quick expansion. Furthermore, you will learn what it takes to survive, which machines should you build to develop your society, how to research technologies and how to look after your citizens. The game guide will make your colony self-sufficient and independent of Earth deliveries. Surviving Mars is a strategy City Builder, which throws you in the middle of the Red Planet. Your task is to build facilities and pave way for future colonies. Game developers were inspired by science fiction writers, such as Isaac Asimov or Arthur C. Clarke, and widely understood retro futuristic aesthetics. This game will make you focus big time, as you need to expand your colony, keep a steady resource income, take care of your colonists and research new technologies at the same time.
Surviving Mars game guide includes:
- Setting cargo
- Secret Selection
- Selecting a Landing Location
- Setting up a base
- Expanding your base
- How to keep colonists alive?
- How to get money?
Extracting and processing resources
Building and technologies
Arkadiusz "Chruscik" Jackowski (www.gamepressure.com)
About Surviving Mars Game Guide
Author : Arkadiusz "Chruscik" Jackowski for gamepressure.com
last update : March 20, 2018
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Surviving Mars Video Game
- genre: Strategy
- developer: Haemimont Games
- publisher: Paradox Interactive
- platform: PC, XONE, PS4
In Surviving Mars for PC / Windows the player is tasked with building a prospering colony on Mars. His tasks include taking care of matters that have direct impact on the success of the project: providing access to oxygen, to water, to food and to other resources required for the colonists to live and be happy; maintaining constant access to electricity; mining the required resources and improving knowledge, for example by organizing exploration trips into new areas of the planet and by conducting science experiments (that can lead to unpredictable situations).
Making the colony ready to accept first humans isn’t simple – it requires preparing various life support systems. What’s important, even after organizing energy and water sources, these systems can be damaged or deactivated by environmental factors. For example: in order to provide water for the colony, the machines must drill to the underground resources and then prepare a mechanism that will pump the water to tanks on the surface. These tanks are susceptible to low temperature. Cold can also increase the need for electricity of the colony – this might be very troublesome if there is a sandstorm at the same time and it covers the solar cells with dust.