Evopollution is a business strategy game that incorporates the environment into the game.
User reviews: Mostly Negative (69 reviews)
Release Date: Apr 23, 2014
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About This Game

Create oil drills and solar farms in the business strategy game Evopollution.
Your aim is to turn the money you start with into $1,000,000 out of the profits you earn from buildings like oil drills or gas plants.

Beware the pollution you create, if an area becomes too polluted it could summon meteors, lightning or even a giant worm creature that could destroy your hard work.
Maintain your world with trees and keep the pollution low, or even go green with solar panels and wind turbines.

Play on areas like the mountains or the snowy plains, earth not hard enough? Try Mars instead and terraform the planet back to its original state.

Game Features

  • 5 Randomly Generated Maps
  • Beautiful Pixel Art Graphics
  • Original Soundtrack

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M
    • Hard Drive: 70 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 25
The concept of Evopollution is nice, but it has boring gameplay, simplistic design, pointless goals and isnt fun.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 9
Sale Recommendation: -90% Off.

Sadly, this game doesn't appear to be going in any direction, which might be some sort of grander artistic statement about the natural resource industry... maybe... probably not.

In either case, this seemingly cute strategy game features almost as much gameplay as your typical mobile progress bar quest time-eater game, and largely feels incomplete with little hope for update.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 28
As a big fan of city-builders and goals in games besides 'kill this' and 'destroy that,' I wish I could like Evopollution. But I can't recommend a game on its concept alone. There's not much content or gameplay; it mostly involves just sitting and waiting for your money to pile up enough to advance, with very little planning or strategy involved. I feel Evopollution would work much better as a free social media game.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 10
I really wish I could recommend this game. I really do. The premise of it sounds really interesting, and I'm glad I got it when it was on sale (though after playing probably 90% would be more worth it instead of my 75%). The only real good thing was a 5 card badge. Yay badges?

The premise is simple. You have a land map. You are to earn lots of money (1,000,000 for each map). You can adjust difficulty and starting money. And it seems that each one is somewhat randomized. To get your money you have to balance the buildings you make with the pollution they create (and add trees to counteract it). Sounds like a good start, no?

However, from there it gets...awkward. The map control is really funky (move mouse to edge of screen to pan, hold mouse wheel for faster pan, no zoom). The difficulties don't make a lot of sense to me. There's Beginner and Normal...but I feel like they should be switched as Beginner makes you build through the 'tech tree' (not much of one) and Normal has it all unlocked. I've seen in other reviews a harder difficulty but not sure how to unlock it.

The pollution balancing is...interesting. You have large trees and small trees both with different upkeep (like you're paying to maintain them) which balances on your profit (other buildings) and the pollution offset. There's no real clear indicator how much it's acting...but you can eventually get a feeling of the radius like coverage. Easiest way I noticed was on the final area where you need to start with trees...and you see a clearer look of its effect before you can start to build.

The sound/music is...attempting at a sense of ambience but it gets a little old. The graphics are fine for cost. They're actually kinda cute in a way.

Basically, you have a Simcity without the Sims and all the pollution...and some natural disasters. Well, somewhat natural-ish anyways: meteors, lightning...and a giant worm like from Dune?

I've got no idea how the grading scale works for when you complete a map and get the 1,000,000 dollars. Best I've done as of this review is...a D+ (lowest was an E+). Ouch...

If you get for cheap, it's an ok way to pass the time and get cards for a badge. However, there REALLY isn't much to the game and like others have said the science is...biased, extremely biased. I'm sorta tempted to see what the "Hard" is like if I can figure out how to unlock it...but I'm really not expecting much more.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 12
This game hasn`t been update at all since I bought it last year so don`t buy it

Pros: Cons:
No Replay Vale
None Not Enough Levels
Hardest Level Is Unfair
Boring

Do not buy this game!!!
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