Imagine Earth is a world simulation/strategy game that is currently available in Early Access, and i got a Key from the dev to test it. Here is my review: Earth has been almost completely ruined and your job as a colony manager is to help setup and run profitable colonies on distant planets to earn some big bucks for your company. Balancing your resources in this game is very important and putting too much pressure on any one of power, money, food or goods (for consumption) can seriously affect your chances of being successful.
+Graphics are quite nice though some of the textures aren't particularly high quality
+Simple UI which suits the game well and clearly displays the information you need
+There is a sandbox mode where you can create your own worlds to colonize as well as the campaign mode
+Relaxing to play and doesn't require full attention
+Your actions have direct consequences on the climate and if your carbon dioxide emissions get too high
+A wide variety of buildings that are unlocked as you progress
+As you progress through the game you unlock new technologies and upgrades to technology/buildings you already have which increase the effectiveness of your colony
+Buildings have a cool design
+The world's are quite different to each other
+Five different speed settings
+/-Updates aren't released very frequently but there are only two developers so it is understandable
-For what it is the €22,99 in germany / and 24,99$ USA price tag feels a bit overpriced especially as there are currently only 5 missions in the game and those five missions have little replay value
-Currently no Steamworks features
A good world simulation game but due to its high price I would suggest waiting for the game to get a sale or significantly more content.