Genre: Action - Adventure - Survival
Works on: Windows (7, 8, 10)
Languages: Audio and text: English. Text only: Português do Brasil (beta), 中文, český (beta), Deutsch, Español (AL), français, italiano, nederlands, русский (beta)
Features: Single-Player - Achievements - Overlay
Released: May 25, 2017 - in development
Size: 1.7 GB
Company: Craneballs / Craneballs
Installer version: v0.9.2.1
Included goodies: 5 wallpapers
Store page: https://www.gog.com/game/planet_nomads
About: Planet Nomads is a sci-fi sandbox game of survival on alien planets through block-style building.
You are a lone astronaut scientist crash-landing on a strangely captivating planet. Keeping your wit
together and securing your basic survival needs that include food, water and building material is the
best start towards figuring out a way out of this messy situation.
Planet Nomads delivers a unique gaming experience by combining building, survival and exploration
together to make you you feel like a true survivor.
Building is the cornerstone of Planet Nomads. What you build determines your survival chances and
increases your action radius. Building helps you to progress further and uncover advanced materials.
Close to a hundred blocks await to let you create nearly anything your imagination can come up with.
You may have explored your immediate surrounding, but a couple kilometers North or South, things are
radically different. Multiple biomes cover the planet from pole to pole depending on the climate. Sandy
engine blends the biomes naturally, making sure the journey to the North pole is an epic and
Surviving on an inhabited planet is no easy task, but with careful planning, caution and a healthy amount
of curiosity, you can do it. As long as you overcome poisonous plants and curious beasts, avoid being
slashed to pieces, frozen to death, eaten alive, starved and generally ended.
Planet Nomads has been successfully Kickstarted, is now going through its Game in Development phase
and it's being developed and improved together with our growing Nomadic family. You are most welcome
to join us.
How does the life of a Nomad look like?
Things have changed radically since my crash-landing. During the first days, I was hardly able to get food.
Securing every meal was a life or death struggle back then, while now I have greenhouses to produce
food for me. The planet felt strangely Earth-like at first, with atmosphere composition close enough to
ours so that the suit filters have no problem processing it for me to breath. Then one day I saw a pack of
creatures that looked like some kind of armored gorillas. I was watching them for a while when the
biggest one saw me. It stood on its legs and started thumping its chest. I got the message loud and clear
and quickly departed.
I have a good thing going. I started growing all of my food. I've built a rover and use it to collect resources
from nearby mining spots I set up. It's beautiful out here, but it's not like I intend to settle down and grow
old. I'm a building a much bigger version of the rover now. With some clever design choices I should be
able to fit it with a generator, 3D printer and stasis chamber so it's all self-reliable and caring to all my
needs. I intend to check what's beyond the horizon. Maybe there's a way out. Maybe there are other
survivors out there.
There was an unexpected turn of events today. The armored gorillas paid me a visit. I don't think they like
the mining machines that much so they came to tell me. I thought I could hide inside the base and wait it
out, but the beasts started throwing huge rocks at the walls and the walls were caving in with a screeching
noise all around me. I fired up the one mining machine I have in my base to serve as a distraction. Luckily
enough I scheduled a test run of my new mobile base for this day. It was standing by all powered up and
ready. I made a run for it, quickly got into the cockpit and got away this time. But there's no going back
now. I'm a Nomad.
Hundreds of stories like this await you in Planet Nomads. Come and survive your own.
● Completely mineable voxel terrain
● Physics-ruled block-based building
● Actual wheel physics for vehicles, rails, traps and gadgets
● Multiple biomes based on temperature and humidity
● Improved animal AI to catch you off guard
● Climate-based creature diversity
● Automated mining machines and production blocks
● Mobile bases
● Survival mechanics embedded to the game's core design
● Constant evolution based on community feedback
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