THE UNIVERSIM SAVE UPDATE! Tornadoes, Sandstorms, and Genetic Mutations! – The Universim Gameplay

THE UNIVERSIM SAVE UPDATE! Tornadoes, Sandstorms, and Genetic Mutations! – The Universim Gameplay

Save update finally added! Tornadoes, Sandstorms, and Genetic Mutations in this Universim gameplay!
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The Universim is one of the more awesome God Simulators out there, looking to stretch from the stone age to the space age and even looking to have a person managing multiple planets. The biggest thing playing it in this alpha state lacked was a SAVE FUNCTION. Well…we’ve got one! Finally we can save our game and that’s only the tip of the changes. There’s also tornadoes, sandstorms, genetic mutations and traits you can give your people, a SMALL taste of the God powers with the recovery power and more!

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ABOUT: The Universim:

The Universim aims to revive the glory days of the god-game genre, and bring it into the new generation with fresh ideas and ambitious gameplay. With the powers of a god, you are unleashed upon the universe to begin forging your galactic empire in the stars. From dust to the cosmos beyond, your civilization will rise through the ages under your guidance. Yet, this is not the same static world you may be accustomed to, this is a dynamic, living world that is just as unpredictable as it is beautiful. Everything in The Universim revolves around dynamic gameplay. No two planets will ever be the same, natural disasters and other events can be triggered at any time, and the AI will react to the world in an organic and believable way. Although, it wouldn’t be any fun if things don’t get a little silly every now and then.

Your citizens (Nuggets) will make their own decisions and always seek to better the civilization in some way, but, at times, things may not always go to plan. Fortunately, you are there to keep them on the straight and narrow. Or, rather, to keep them from getting themselves killed, at least. One such situation that may arise from bad decision-making is that two or more AI cities declare war on one another. You then have an important choice to make: intervene and attempt to bring an end to the chaos, or simply watch as they destroy one another. Some people just want to watch the world burn, and we’re okay with that.

Research plays a pivotal role in The Universim, and is therefore an area that will require your utmost attention. Without certain discoveries or technology, your civilization may not even be able to progress beyond the Stone Age. For instance, fire is a crucial invention to ensure the warmth and safety of your early civilization, amongst other useful applications. New research options become available as your civilization progresses through the ages.

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