Another surprise hit is coming to Steam: “The Planet Crafter” is a “space survival terraforming crafting game”, which is currently very popular among gamers. Miju Games’ sandbox adventure is played by thousands of players at the same time and has already reached the 10,000 mark.
Last week on March 24, “The Planet Crafter”, a new game from independent development studio Miju Games, started in Early Access and is currently at the top of the Steam stats. The sandbox title, which like many other games is about surviving on an alien planet and taming it, has had nearly 1,000 reviews since its release. on Steam received, which are 96 percent positive.
Player numbers also look very solid for indie play. Several thousand Steam users are busy according to SteamDB currently concurrent with The Planet Crafter; on March 27, almost 10,000 simultaneous players were cracked. Thus, the game got off to a surprise start on Steam, similar to core guardian after release some time ago.
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Shape the planet according to your own ideas.
The game principle of The Planet Crafter is very simple: you are sent to an enemy planet with the task of making it habitable for humanity. To do this, you must first ensure that you survive on your new home planet. The best way to do this is by gathering resources, building the base and machinery, providing an atmosphere with enough oxygen, and finally geotechnical construction. Of course, the new home planet of The Planet Crafter can also be explored. Players must find old and crashed spaceships and be able to unravel other mysteries that the new environment offers.
The graphics of the game are kept very simple, so the minimum and recommended system requirements present no problems. The Planet Crafter can usually be purchased on Steam for 17.99 euros. However, the game is still available for a ten percent discount until March 31. Whether The Planet Crafter will continue to develop magnificently remains to be seen. In any case, the start of early access was something to be proud of.
Source: Miju Games on Steam
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