Seasteader is a city building and management strategy game that allows you to develop and rule over your own seastead, a floating community.
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Release Date: Feb 24, 2017

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April 27

Update 1.0.9

Just a quick patch to fix a memory bug and a navigation quirk.

Version 1.0.9

-Pressing the space bar no longer minimises or unminimises the interface if focused
-Fixed bug where numbers of sold goods would carry between missions

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March 9

Update 1.0.8

Hello everyone!

We've managed to track down and fix what is so far the only bug known to cause crashes in the game. With this update, there should be no more crashes ever (hopefully).

By popular demand, we're also introducing a red cursor for when you're demolishing buildings. This way, you'll know if you're still in demolish mode, so no more accidental demolitions.

The full changelog is below.

Version 1.0.8

-Fixed a bug where stockers would look for demolished buildings, causing the game to hang.
-Cursor now turns red when demolishing.
-Changed "Unemployment" text in Seastead Overview Panel to "Unemployed" for clarity.
-Changed "Limit" button text in Goods Panel to "Buy" for clarity.
-Edited tutorial text to reflect the above change.

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About This Game

Set on the wide open ocean, Seasteader is a city building and management strategy game that allows you to develop and rule over your own seastead, a floating community.

Your aim is to create a prosperous and thriving society, using your production and manufacturing capabilities to create goods and sell them on the global market. The profits can then be invested back into improving the lives of your seasteaders or increasing your industrial capacity.

The most important resource, however, is not a product, but your seasteaders themselves. As well as paying them wages and taking (or not taking) money from them for rent and food, you also need to ensure their happiness, as measured by 8 separate metrics. Each individual also has unique skills that make them better suited to some jobs over others.

In the end, the degree to which you wish to micromanage the game or let it run its own course is entirely up to you. There are no right or wrong ways of playing.


  • Campaign featuring 15 missions of increasing difficulty

  • System for crafting your own unique custom missions

  • Sandbox mode where you can build to your heart's content

  • An economic system with 17 goods to produce, buy and sell

  • 30 buildings in five different categories - production, manufacturing, housing, entertainment and infrastructure

  • 8 different happiness metrics for your seasteaders

  • Extensive modding support - almost everything is stored in easily editable txt files

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad Core
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1GB Video Card
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
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