The Spatials: Galactology, the sequel to the 2015 computer game The Spatials, gets is now available on PC (via Steam).
Indie developer Weird & Wry says the original game has been reimagined as a much larger and more rewarding simulation game in Galactology. With mod support and active pause, the game adds new items and structures to build, trade routes to exploit, planets with many new variables, sophisticated AI, civilizations that actually attack the player's station, and different gameplay systems behind every object and room. The game also ships with full Steam Workshop compatibility and will include a large chunk of gameplay source code with every copy sold.
“The Spatials: Galactology realizes the full potential of the original game. When we released The Spatials, we knew that it was a young star ready to go supernova. With some time and effort on our part, The Spatials has expanded into a whole new game; we now have three more alien civilizations, colonies that can be built on planets, Steam Workshop support for awesome new mods, and even a hotel system," says Weird and Wry co-founder Carlos Carrasco. "If you’re into simulation – or just wish you could build your very own intergalactic business – The Spatials: Galactology will give you all the strategic thrills (and tongue-in-cheek humor) you can handle.”
The Spatials: Galactology is available for PC via Steam for $9.09 (30% off of its original price). The game will return to $12.99 on Apr. 25.