Industries of Titan
Industries of Titan Review
You are placed on a planet with a ruined city, and are tasked with building a new society. You will do things like construct buildings for generating power and resources and all. This is space though so there is also ship combat with rebel forces and the like. In this preview of Industries of Titan, we’ll take a look at the game’s micromanage-y space corp management. Industries of Titan plops you on yon moon of Saturn to scrap the remains of a former city and build up new again. You'll do much of the familiar city-builder stuff such as constructing buildings for generating power and resources and all. This is space though, so there's also ship combat with rebel forces and the like. Industries of Titan is a city-builder in space, set on the surface of Saturn's moon, Titan. Players take control of a corporation and build up a new city in the wake of a long-gone civilisation.
In Industries of Titan, you start with a spaceship and a pod containing an AI. From there, you will choose a location to establish your base and then start building. Your base starts with a few buildings, such as a generator, refinery, and storage center. You will then have to start hiring workers to do the work. You will be able to research new technology and upgrade your buildings. You will also need to defend your base from the rebel forces. Gameplay is divided into two layers: city-building and management. The city-building layer is where players construct new buildings or upgrade existing buildings to generate new resources or power. The management layer is where you assign workers to specific jobs in buildings.
In Industries of Titan, the graphics are detailed and vibrant. The art style is more realistic, and has a lot of detail. It has a color palette consisting of mainly blues and grays. Industries of Titan has a basic, pixel-art-style aesthetic.
In Industries of Titan, the game is limitless. You can play the game as many times as you want. Industries of Titan is still in early access, and developers estimate one year of early access left before release.
The game is limitless and has a lot to do. It has a detailed art style, and a lot of detailed graphics. There is a lot to do in the game, and it is limitless.
- There is a lot to do in the game
- The game is limitless
- The graphics are detailed
- The art style is more realistic
- The game has been in Early Access for a year with no set end date