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 game play. 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.
WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH THE POWER?
Unleashed upon the universe with the powers of a god, guide a civilization through the ages to become the ultimate empire. Reign with a benevolent hand, or bring chaos to a once peaceful cosmos. This is your story.
WANNA BE A GOD?
Use a wide variety of powers to nurture your growing civilization or bring destruction upon the planet. Toy around with the physics-based sandbox at your disposal.
Intricate Research System. The key to your advancement
There are few systems in the game as important as research. This is your ticket to making the absolute best civilization the universe has ever seen. Unless you’re a terrible decision-maker, of course. You need to have priorities. Sure, there is going to be a lot of cool stuff to research down the line, but it may not be as crucial to your civilization’s survival as something else. It will be awfully sad to have an amazing new batch of gadgets lying around, but nobody alive to use them.
Survival Aspect. Survive Intense Winters
The dynamic nature of the world will have a major effect on the advancement of your civilization. When disaster strikes, the survival of your people is entirely dependent on the amount of preparation you have made. Wild animals can be easily fended off by watch towers and fire, but can pose a major threat if such things do not yet exist. The same logic applies to events like the coming of winter. Winters work differently in The Universim, but vary per planet. The starting planet, for example, will have a chance to generate a very long and brutal winter. Adequate warning will be given, and it is up to you to ensure that your civilization prepares sufficiently for this major era event.
Dynamic Planets. Each Planet is Unique
With the power of Prometheus, every planet you encounter in the game will be unique, vibrant, and full of life. No two planets will ever be the same, and each will offer entirely new challenges for players to overcome. Every planet is made up of a number of biomes and environmental characteristics, as well as a set of dynamic events that best suit the type of planet generated. Planets are essentially made out of building blocks that are chosen at random to create something entirely new each time, and, in doing so, ensures exciting new experiences lay around every corner.
Dynamic Events. Prepare for the unknown
Prometheus may be in charge of giving life to every planet in the game, but that doesn’t mean it lacks the power to destroy everything you have built. It’s quite an unpredictable system, actually. You never know when it may develop homicidal tendencies and decide to bombard your civilization with a meteor strike, or unleash the wrath of nature upon unsuspecting citizens. Not all dynamic events are out to kill you, though. Prometheus also occasionally likes to show up at the door with a few gifts in-hand, when the mood strikes. Besides, we built a pretty nifty research system to help you counter a lot of the negative stuff. Don’t say we never did anything for you.
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
(Please note that the below are guidelines only. Requirements will change during development)
- OS: Windows (7,8,10) and Latest MacOS
- Processor: Quad core (i5 or equivalent AMD CPU)
- Memory: 6 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GTX 660/ AMD 7870
- Hard Drive: TBD (Min: 20GB)
These are full-size desktop requirements. Laptop experiences may vary.