Welcome back everybody to Planet Nomads. I've been given the opportunity to play this closed alpha game by Craneballs. The first episode will be my first 30 minutes impression of the game, and the later episodes we will be exploring more of the game.
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About This Game
Planet Nomads is a sci-fi sandbox game of survival on alien planets through lego-style building. You are a lone scientist crash-landing on a strangely captivating planet where no human has set foot before. Keeping your wit together and securing your basic survival needs, food, water and shelter, is your best start towards figuring out how to build a spaceship capable of interplanetary travels.
The game is coming to Early Access on 18th April 2017 and is now in alpha. Check Planet Nomads website for more information. http://www.planet-nomads.com/
Planet Nomads provides a unique experience by combining building, survival and exploration together and making them equally important.
Building is the cornerstone of Planet Nomads. What you build determines your chances of survival and increases your action radius and potential to uncover more materials. Your options include over a hundred building blocks to choose from and use to create nearly anything your imagination can come up with. Paired with working physics for land-based vehicles and fliers.
You may have explored your immediate surrounding, but a few hundred kilometers away or a thousand meters higher, things could be radically different. Unlocking advanced technology allows you to explore the more hazardous places where you wouldn't survive before. The planets are up to 120 kms in diameter, with biomes changing as you travel from pole to pole.
Living the nomadic life is always full of danger and adventure. But mostly danger. 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 radiation and poisonous atmosphere, avoid being slashed to pieces, frozen to death, eaten alive, starved and generally ended, that is.
Planet Nomads has been successfully Kickstarted and is being developed together with our community of Nomads.