Experience Fate of the World as it's meant to be played. Take control of the GEO through the five original missions, plus the “Denial”, “Migration” and “Extras Pack” DLCs.
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Cumpără Fate of the World: Tipping Point

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Despre acest joc

Revised, rebalanced and expanded, Tipping Point is Fate of the World as it's meant to be played. Take control of the GEO through the five original missions, plus the “Cornucopia” and “Earth Day” update missions, and the “Denial”, “Migration” and “Extras Pack” DLCs.

Key features:

  • Redesigned telemetry and UI including new Tech Tree interface
  • More Cards, Impacts, and Achievements
  • Includes 3 DLCs: “Denial”, “Migration” and our “Extras Pack” featuring the soundtrack and designer notes.
  • New “Easy Mode” for scalable difficulty

Cerinţe de sistem

Windows
Mac OS X

    Minimum:

    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: 2.33Ghz processor supporting SSE2 (Pentium 4 and Athlon 64) or better
    • Memory: 2GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 1GB
    • Video Card: 512MB graphics card
    • Sound: Integrated sound
    • Direct®: 9

    Recommended:

    • OS: Windows Vista, 7
    • Processor: 2.33Ghz processor supporting SSE2 (Pentium 4 and Athlon 64) or better
    • Memory:3GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 1GB
    • Video Card: 512MB graphics card
    • Sound: Integrated sound
    • Direct®: 9
    • OS: OS X version 10.6, or later.
    • Processor: 2.33 GHz Intel Processor or better
    • Memory: 3 GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 1GB
    • Sound: Integrated sound
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lolyologuy12
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Postat: 24 mai
The tutorial doesnt exsplain anything so this lead to future problems
carynbatty
( 50.7 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 8 mai
This game keeps pulling me back again and again. I have played it for a fair while, and I am still figuring it all out.
Zizka
( 80.0 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 29 martie
Perhaps one of worst and most frustrating games I have ever played. I would rather E.T. on Atari 2600. The game is that bad. This is a very sloppy and lazily done game I ever played. This is worst game that functions and doesn't have game breaking bugs or crashes I have ever played. Not only is this game boring, overly complicated (even for a strategy game), and just not fun. Even when you get to Dr. Apocalypse the only part that is any fun, the game still blows. This game is another one of those educational games that educational, but suck as game. Only buy this game if you are masochist and love to mentally torture yourself.
Alidar
( 0.9 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 7 martie
This game looks good by the videos and pictures on it's store page, but it just plain sucks, I'm not going to bother getting into what's wrong with it, but it's just plain impossible and i wish i never bought it.
Deathless
( 1.1 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 3 februarie
Oil will fix it
Thunderchild_18
( 5.6 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 3 februarie
A tricky, but interesting game that gives food for thoughts of the future conditions of this planet.
At the beginning it is very hard to figure out what works and what doesn't as it is not fully explained and you have to figure out for yourself how you safe the planet, with no real tutorials - either you doom the planet or you manage to hold on for another round which also makes this game particularly fun. All in all, a well thought through and deep game that can be recommended for those who are worried about this world's condition
Cunning Linguist
( 1.5 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 24 ianuarie
In the processs of refunding this game. It's not what I expected it to be, and there's nowhere near enough of a tutorial so it's confusing as. Though this could just be me being an idiot since the reviews are "mostly positive" (at the time of writing this review). Either way, I want my money back.
originalmike_007
( 75.8 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 12 ianuarie
Very Challenging. Very Interesting. Good replayability. A little dated...Easy to hack but exposes limits of simulation. Would love to see new version for android and ios.
If you enjoy meta-strategy games like Democracy, Geo-Political Simulator, or Europa Universalis, then you'll enjoy this game.
camillea
( 0.3 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 5 ianuarie
More an advert than a game. Absolutely stupid.
DrSwordopolis
( 13.2 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 4 ianuarie
An interesting game that addresses complex geopolitical topics and one of the most pressing issues of our time. Unfortunately, it does this by pushing a very specific narrative in which only cap-and-trade works to halt the eventual end of the world. What about switching power generation to solely nuclear and renewables? Well, uranium runs out pretty fast, even with breeder reactors (what?) and apparently the game thinks that it'd take about 1500 years to switch over to renewables, judging by the 0.018% change in energy mix every five years, assuming you've made renewables a priority.

It's still a fun game to play around with, and I don't consider my money wasted, but I really wish I'd known that some options were ridiculously non-realistic. Pass, unless you really like playing Cap-And-Trade simulator.
gigesdij7491
( 0.3 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 29 decembrie, 2015
I had high hopes for this game as the concept was interesting and the topic an important one but the card layout and the way it's played just wasn't able to keep my interest and doesn't have any replay value to me.
Citizen Capet
( 0.3 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 15 noiembrie, 2015
A truly awful game. It might sound like a fun geo-political simulation. It is not fun, nor is it a geopolitical simulation. This game is a card game, at best. If you're looking for a boring card game, pick this game.
Fun - 1/5
Complex - 1/5
Realistic - 1/5
Not a boring-♥♥♥ card game - 0/5
tomcurran007
( 96.2 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 21 octombrie, 2015
bigges t agenda the world has seen
Kiki 'Rainbow Dash' Kalani
( 7.7 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 16 octombrie, 2015
This game is literally impossible to play, even with unoffical patches and all that jazz.

No matter what you do, you'll lose. If you really want to play such a game, you might as well start a nuclear war, it would be far easier to do for your avarage joe than play this game.
One Over Infinity
( 8.4 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 2 octombrie, 2015
This is a difficult, highly complex game, which is good for when you want to torture yourself.

While I appreciate the basic premise of this game, I dislike the amount of pressure it puts on the "GEO" to hire mercenaries to enforce civil order, provide health care and education, and micromanage the world's economy. (all of this on a very limited budget)

I know that I wouldn't feel PO'd at the GEO if my country was erupting into civil war around me. I'd feel PO'd at the government. So, having the media and populace specifically targeting your staff and regional centers for something that your organization really Should Not have anything to do with, really raises my hackles.
On the same line of thought... Healthcare, education, and housing? Why would people get PO'd at an environmental organization about these things when you can be PO'd at the government who's actually supposed to take care of it instead? I just don't get it.

And maybe that's the problem. I just don't get why people get PO'd at the innocent for being innocent.
Xenus Icelon
( 23.1 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 9 septembrie, 2015
Fate of the World is an interesting simulation of how to deal with global warming, to say the least.

You are given the role as an underfunded leader of a global organisation set up to handle climate change and global warming. To do so, you are given a whole lot of options and a large chain of potential tasks you can tell your lackeys to do.

The first problem then is obvious, you have no idea what these tasks(Displayed as cards) do until you try them, and often only a vague idea of how they'll effect the various things they're supposed to effect. This will be frustrating, and may lead to you just restarting several times just to see what your policies are actually doing, and what they're effecting. Trial and error gameplay will be the first thing you notice, but that is only after you have spend a turn building offices all over, which you need before you can even see what policies and programs you can enact.
There is no real tech tree equivalent you can find that shows you what exactly you can do after building one of such offices, or what leads to what other things.
A real shame is that the game is excellent at hiding your options from you, and that it also hides the data behind a small tab in the top right. You can see practically everything you need to know about an area, but how your politices will effect it, or how these things interact with eachother is left completely behind the scenes. Only a few things you can do actually tell you the full extend of what they're going to be doing with the limited money you're spending on them.

In short, frustration. However, once you get over that and learn roughly what policies go where, you will find the game opens up to you, and lets you actually play it. And it is a much bigger game than it seems to be at first. Sure, it deals with global warming, and your goal is technically to stop it, but to focus purely on that is not going to help you. It's your end goal, while your organisation does not only have the authority, but also the responsibility to prevent wars, establish healthcare and education systems, manage economic growth, and fund technology. And all of these things are not told to you, and neither is it explained to you how to do them, you have essentially become the New World Order and everyone more experienced than you has died or quit. Indeed, one can ask what actual governments do in this game, and I so far haven't seen them bother with anything yet.

When they said it was all up to you to stop climate change, they meant EVERYTHING. Make the middle east a stable place, prevent the global economy from crashing, fund space missions, create anti-flooding and drought systems, establish healthcare all over the globe, stop deforestation, ease the use of fossile fuel, and many, many more things.
And to do this, you get barely a cent.
And even if you do know what you're doing, even a little, you will have trouble. There is very little margin for error, as a few mistakes will send Africa into a continent-wide civil war(As opposed to how it is right now with only parts of it being at war all the time), and you might start nuclear conflicts in Latin America if you don't personally check up on them every turn to make sure they aren't getting ready to use your nuclear power plants for weaponry. Fate of the World is difficult in part because there are a lot of factors involved, and you are told about none of them until ♥♥♥♥ has already hit the fan.

Make no mistake, it is a difficult game, but it is a great simulator. It simulates production of fossil fuels, transport, energy generation, industry, agriculture, economy, disasters and so much more. But it just doesn't tell you about any of this.
Aside from that, the moral lessons it tries to teach are questionable at best. As the only way so far that I have found to get close to succeeding every time I try is to start a genocide program targetting China, India, the Middle East, and if they keep complaining South Asia too.

Fate of the World teaches you(Or at least, me) that the only way foreward is to kill the asians(Except Japan), and to wipe the Middle East from the map. Africa is to be policed at all times and forcibly kept poor(but educating them) until technology exists to create emissions free power and industry for them.
The Americas and Europe are to be converted to renewable power, with media campaigns focussing on distracting them from the rest of the world. Japan and Oceania are pretty much empty as far as global population is concerned, so just give them a few defences against floods and occasionally some other protection if they need it.(To switch over ALL of Oceania's transports to electric instead of oil based costs the same as all of Europe or North America's for some reason)

Fate of the World is an interesting game that I would recommend for people who enjoy detailed simulators, and don't mind having to figure out everything themselves. But I would certainly not give it to kids.
Worth 10 bucks? I'd say so, if you are one of those people into simulators, or if you've seen someone play it and think you can do better
Ilumin8
( 62.8 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 4 septembrie, 2015
The most important 'game' there is.

It helps people understand the complexities of global challenges.

There are no silver bullets.

I did have display alignment issues on a mac though, had to play it on windows.
Harlequitmix
( 51.1 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 30 august, 2015
More Tobin Tax!
DinosaurPizza
( 3.1 ore înregistrate )
Postat: 26 august, 2015
It's really no fun when every scenario is about some global issue, but in the end you're always trying to prevent Africa, India and the Middle East from blowing themselves up.
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Postat: 8 mai
This game keeps pulling me back again and again. I have played it for a fair while, and I am still figuring it all out.
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Postat: 4 ianuarie
An interesting game that addresses complex geopolitical topics and one of the most pressing issues of our time. Unfortunately, it does this by pushing a very specific narrative in which only cap-and-trade works to halt the eventual end of the world. What about switching power generation to solely nuclear and renewables? Well, uranium runs out pretty fast, even with breeder reactors (what?) and apparently the game thinks that it'd take about 1500 years to switch over to renewables, judging by the 0.018% change in energy mix every five years, assuming you've made renewables a priority.

It's still a fun game to play around with, and I don't consider my money wasted, but I really wish I'd known that some options were ridiculously non-realistic. Pass, unless you really like playing Cap-And-Trade simulator.
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75.8 ore înregistrate
Postat: 12 ianuarie
Very Challenging. Very Interesting. Good replayability. A little dated...Easy to hack but exposes limits of simulation. Would love to see new version for android and ios.
If you enjoy meta-strategy games like Democracy, Geo-Political Simulator, or Europa Universalis, then you'll enjoy this game.
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Postat: 3 februarie
A tricky, but interesting game that gives food for thoughts of the future conditions of this planet.
At the beginning it is very hard to figure out what works and what doesn't as it is not fully explained and you have to figure out for yourself how you safe the planet, with no real tutorials - either you doom the planet or you manage to hold on for another round which also makes this game particularly fun. All in all, a well thought through and deep game that can be recommended for those who are worried about this world's condition
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57 din 60 oameni (95%) au considerat această recenzie utilă
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11.0 ore înregistrate
Postat: 26 noiembrie, 2013
Fate of the World is a really deep (and dark) Simulation of our upcoming years. Especially with all the available DLC it has lots and lots of content to keep you busy for a long while and make sure you'll get money's worth. Like all simulations and simulation games it is obviously not a complete and perfect replica of the real world. Of all the Simulation-games I've played throughout my life it is one of the deppest and most realistic simulations though.

You should definitely not play this game if you're afraid to start over again many times until you reach one of the desired endings. There is a reason that the 7th word in the description is "dramatic". You'll often run into bad ends or simply won't reach the neccessary mission goals in time. A great idea can backfire and make you think twice about adopting it the next time around.

The game presents choices for every region in "cards". This makes it look like a card-game to some people but it really isn't. I think the game desingers just tried to find a name to summarize "Policies", "Research Programs", "Military Actions", etc. and then they though "Hey, those things are presented on stuff that looks like cards." So they went with cards. Don't be turned away becaues you don't like card-games. FotW is not a card game and it might just aswell be called "decisions"; There's no deck, no drawing of cards, etc, etc.

Play this game if:
-You like mental challenges
-You're not afraid to see our Earth go to hell (because of your decisions)
-You think Trial-and-Error can be fun

Don't play this game if:
-You hate starting over
-You hate going through menus and just want to "play play play"
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24 din 25 oameni (96%) au considerat această recenzie utilă
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Postat: 3 decembrie, 2013
Fate of the World tells a story of what will probably happen if or when the global warming gets out of hand and they let you to be in charge.

The challenge is not a simple one. In charge of GEO, you are faced with all the global problems at the same time from floods and changing weather patterns caused by the global warming, economic crisis caused by the decreasing oil production rate and the social crisis caused by overpopulation. You tackle the problems by instituting 5-year plans. They are represented by issuing policies, i.e. "playing cards", each of which costs money and man power. And if you screw up, you will be lynched or disintegrated by a global nuclear war.

There are six card types, ranging from projects to several kinds of policies. Projects are special long-term actions that let you e.g. start space program or force people to go vegetarian. The policies allow you to do anything from e.g. constructing defenses against warming effects to using extreme measures of population control. These are used to affect the problems represented by charts and statistics available to those of you who want to see the concrete effects.

At first it feels easy to handle the problems. Then the economic crisis because of the lack of oil kicks in and you no longer have enough money to handle everything. Then you have to learn to prioritize or get lynched trying.

There are several scenarios to try out. The basic one, with several variations, is to try to survive until year 2200 battling the global warming and trying to save the humanity, but there's also a scenario where you're actually trying to destroy the world, if you're in a mood for some evil masterminding.

Mood and suspense are big things here, maintained by some awestrucking music and local news from around the world, listed by region. Interface needs a while to get used but most of the action happens anyway in choosing policies and judging, what you can afford and where to concentrate your efforts. One full game takes about two hours of intense thinking to play through, so by the time you're through with your first game you'll already know enough to try that much better again. It's exciting to try different approaches and once you finally manage to survive through the term (even barely), it's a total triumph.
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21 din 22 oameni (95%) au considerat această recenzie utilă
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32.6 ore înregistrate
Postat: 11 august, 2015
It is exactly what it seems to be. You guide humanity to it's brighter future through the global warming, fossil fuel depletion and population rise. With all of what makes a good global strategy/simulation: underlying mathematical models, realistic region balance, tons of available data (hidden by a click-fest UI, but at least data is meaningful and easy to comprehend). Technologies, nukes and space missions supplied.

IMPORTANT: get the Unofficial Patch, only then the game becomes what it was supposed to be. From other reviews you can get the impression that the game is abandoned, biased and half-broken. Yes, it is. Unofficial patch really patches the game for better.
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19 din 20 oameni (95%) au considerat această recenzie utilă
O persoană a considerat această recenzie amuzantă
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23.1 ore înregistrate
Postat: 9 septembrie, 2015
Fate of the World is an interesting simulation of how to deal with global warming, to say the least.

You are given the role as an underfunded leader of a global organisation set up to handle climate change and global warming. To do so, you are given a whole lot of options and a large chain of potential tasks you can tell your lackeys to do.

The first problem then is obvious, you have no idea what these tasks(Displayed as cards) do until you try them, and often only a vague idea of how they'll effect the various things they're supposed to effect. This will be frustrating, and may lead to you just restarting several times just to see what your policies are actually doing, and what they're effecting. Trial and error gameplay will be the first thing you notice, but that is only after you have spend a turn building offices all over, which you need before you can even see what policies and programs you can enact.
There is no real tech tree equivalent you can find that shows you what exactly you can do after building one of such offices, or what leads to what other things.
A real shame is that the game is excellent at hiding your options from you, and that it also hides the data behind a small tab in the top right. You can see practically everything you need to know about an area, but how your politices will effect it, or how these things interact with eachother is left completely behind the scenes. Only a few things you can do actually tell you the full extend of what they're going to be doing with the limited money you're spending on them.

In short, frustration. However, once you get over that and learn roughly what policies go where, you will find the game opens up to you, and lets you actually play it. And it is a much bigger game than it seems to be at first. Sure, it deals with global warming, and your goal is technically to stop it, but to focus purely on that is not going to help you. It's your end goal, while your organisation does not only have the authority, but also the responsibility to prevent wars, establish healthcare and education systems, manage economic growth, and fund technology. And all of these things are not told to you, and neither is it explained to you how to do them, you have essentially become the New World Order and everyone more experienced than you has died or quit. Indeed, one can ask what actual governments do in this game, and I so far haven't seen them bother with anything yet.

When they said it was all up to you to stop climate change, they meant EVERYTHING. Make the middle east a stable place, prevent the global economy from crashing, fund space missions, create anti-flooding and drought systems, establish healthcare all over the globe, stop deforestation, ease the use of fossile fuel, and many, many more things.
And to do this, you get barely a cent.
And even if you do know what you're doing, even a little, you will have trouble. There is very little margin for error, as a few mistakes will send Africa into a continent-wide civil war(As opposed to how it is right now with only parts of it being at war all the time), and you might start nuclear conflicts in Latin America if you don't personally check up on them every turn to make sure they aren't getting ready to use your nuclear power plants for weaponry. Fate of the World is difficult in part because there are a lot of factors involved, and you are told about none of them until ♥♥♥♥ has already hit the fan.

Make no mistake, it is a difficult game, but it is a great simulator. It simulates production of fossil fuels, transport, energy generation, industry, agriculture, economy, disasters and so much more. But it just doesn't tell you about any of this.
Aside from that, the moral lessons it tries to teach are questionable at best. As the only way so far that I have found to get close to succeeding every time I try is to start a genocide program targetting China, India, the Middle East, and if they keep complaining South Asia too.

Fate of the World teaches you(Or at least, me) that the only way foreward is to kill the asians(Except Japan), and to wipe the Middle East from the map. Africa is to be policed at all times and forcibly kept poor(but educating them) until technology exists to create emissions free power and industry for them.
The Americas and Europe are to be converted to renewable power, with media campaigns focussing on distracting them from the rest of the world. Japan and Oceania are pretty much empty as far as global population is concerned, so just give them a few defences against floods and occasionally some other protection if they need it.(To switch over ALL of Oceania's transports to electric instead of oil based costs the same as all of Europe or North America's for some reason)

Fate of the World is an interesting game that I would recommend for people who enjoy detailed simulators, and don't mind having to figure out everything themselves. But I would certainly not give it to kids.
Worth 10 bucks? I'd say so, if you are one of those people into simulators, or if you've seen someone play it and think you can do better
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Postat: 14 aprilie, 2015
So in this game you try to save the world from Climate Change via a variety of methods with questionable effectiveness. To be honest, this game is rather difficult and not easy to pick up because alot of the terminology and proposed schemes for fixing Climate Change will likely be unknown to alot of people. There is some in-game information, but that still won't prevent this game from often being frustrating. Also it has bugs, with some of the achievements simply being broken with almost no chance of them ever being fixed since the devs for this game are long gone.

It's an informative little game that is often frustrating due to its difficulty and lack of adequate information. Another case where a simple "yes" or "no" just is not enough to describe my overall views on this game. Ultimately... I'm going to have to say no. It's interesting and a rare game dealing with real-world issues, but it's problems are just too annoying for me to recommend. :(
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114.1 ore înregistrate
Postat: 2 octombrie, 2014
This game is FAR from perfect -- even with the "unofficial patch" there are are loads of bugs. But it definitely presents a perspective on an extremely important issue that video gamers are not likely to stumble across on their own. It certainly got me thinking on a couple of subjects. If you're so entrenched in your own beliefs that nothing can ever change your mind, then don't bother with this title. But if your mind is open even a teensy crack, it wouldn't hurt to try it out. You might even have fun -- it is, after all, a game! And maybe -- like me -- it might inspire you to do your own research on the subject and learn a thing or two.
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Postat: 22 februarie, 2014
This is one of the most depressing games I've ever played, but it's definitely worth the buy! It's very fair and realistic, with more data than you will know what to do with. Use it correctly, save the world- but take something for granted and you've led on a nuclear war! Once you get past the tutorial, it only gets more interesting. Good luck!
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3.8 ore înregistrate
Postat: 10 august, 2014
This is a very depressing game and it is extremely hard/impossible to make every country happy. It's quite addicting and very upsetting at the same time. Honestly i don't know whether i would recommend it but I said "yes" because it is original.
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9.6 ore înregistrate
Postat: 5 februarie, 2015
The Vanilla game has an interesting theme, but is poorly executed.

Pros:
Visible data for many fields in the game, though not easy to look up.
Realistic simulation of energy usage, climate change and demography.

Neutral:
Good soundtrack, but gets boring after a few cycles.

Cons:
The late game is very boring. Nothing happens once you transit to end game and avoid tipping points.
Policies need more detailed descriptions. Some policy has no effect but consuming your budget.
Though there are many random instances, but none have a real impact on how you play the game.
There is no micro management or subtle policies.

However, you can find mods online. Though modding is out of the scope of this review.
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1.5 ore înregistrate
Postat: 16 februarie, 2014
I just saved Africa from a total collapse and now I feel great.

What more could I ask from a videogame?
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6.5 ore înregistrate
Postat: 10 februarie, 2015
Got put on trial for crimes against humanity after releasing Gene-plague Gamma, which wipes out 99.9% of a region's population, everywhere except Japan, while Japan was busy sending missions to mars. No more emissions, though.


10/10, would genocide again.
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Postat: 13 martie, 2014
Original, complex insight into the problems of global climate change. The gameplay is rather difficult, but it still manages to generate the addictive "just-one-more-turn" syndrome. Worth trying if you're interested in games tackling real-life issues.
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12 din 13 oameni (92%) au considerat această recenzie utilă
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25.0 ore înregistrate
Postat: 25 noiembrie, 2013
Despite the fact that this game is brutal and hard, it is very addicting and worth trying for science obessed people.
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12 din 13 oameni (92%) au considerat această recenzie utilă
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109.4 ore înregistrate
Postat: 20 mai, 2014
This is my favorite strategy game of all time (Once it's been modded).

HOWEVER!

Don't get it if:

-You have little interest in economics, politics, energy markets, technology, or global development.

-You have no tolerance for a challenging game that isn't afraid to push your ♥♥♥♥ in.

-You aren't willing to invest time into understanding complex game mechanics that are poorly presented.


If none of these deter you then you will have blast and spend many late late nights watching your global civilization teeter on the balance.

I really really recommend mods to improve the game's presentation and balance. Look up Fate of the World Unofficial Patch v0.50 by Delnar_Ersike in particular, I find it does the best job of creating interesting economic trade offs and providing a more objective, less statist interpretation of economics and markets.
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12 din 13 oameni (92%) au considerat această recenzie utilă
O persoană a considerat această recenzie amuzantă
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16.2 ore înregistrate
Postat: 18 noiembrie, 2014
Amazing! This game makes you question some of your ways of seeing the world! There is a clear problem with global warming and, probably, what you think will solve it may not do any good whatsoever... Despite being a superb experience, there are some signals of the personal orientation of the developers on the matter, but it doesn't take away from the fun.
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14 din 17 oameni (82%) au considerat această recenzie utilă
3 de oameni au considerat această recenzie amuzantă
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5.8 ore înregistrate
Postat: 12 noiembrie, 2014
This game is a little rough. So is life. And then you die.

Climate change bring unforgiving experience. Play the right cards early or have no cards later.

IMO this game + all dlc is worth around five bucks total. I payed 15 and I think it's not worth.
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