Found a company, spread fake news, start riots and become immortal. In this cyberpunk management sim, wealth is power and corporations are king. Can you monopolize the globe and build a corporate empire that will stand forever?
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Mostly Positive (104) - 78% of the 104 user reviews for this game are positive.
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Feb 1, 2019
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February 20

A few more bug fixes: v18.02.2019

Just a few bug fixes here. Highlights are: no more tsunamis on the moon, and there's a new graphics mode for those who got a totally black earth (it's because some shaders aren't supported by their graphics cards).

Full patch notes:


UI:
  • Politics pie chart now has lines dividing sectors for easier readibility.
  • Tutorial window can now be dragged around, in case it obscures something in some resolutions.
  • Added a "basic shaders" mode for (mostly mac) users who saw a black globe due to shaders not being supported. It looks less pretty than normal mode, but if your setup doesn't support the Shaderforge glitch globe shader it's better than the alternative.


Tweaks:
  • Corpornation shares now always add up to 100%; when buying or selling shares, existing shares are bought from or sold to existing companies.
  • Corruption will not increase if you have zero workers.
  • Tweaked nation influence coloring on the globe.


Bug fixes:
  • The moon cannot get hit by storms, floods or other natural disasters. You cannot build climate defences or green energy on the moon, and you don't need to build green energy on the moon to get the climate victory.
  • Corpornation share calculations fixed.
  • "Launch cost" and "potential income" now update in the slogan window if you click the product list on the left-hand side.
  • Worker-related events should not pop up if you have no workers.
  • Fixed weird error in rival event which incorrectly displayed their vulnerability as "#v4#%" instead of "0%". THIS HAS PLAGUED ME FOR MONTHS YET I TRIUMPH, THE HUMAN WILL IS UNBENDABLE
  • Fixed odd bug where pause menu options scrollbar would get deleted.
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February 6

Critical bugs fixed!

Hi Spinnortality players, I just wanted to let you know that every game-breaking bug that's come to light since launch should now be fixed in the latest version, v06.02.2019.

There's still a long list of other bugs, as well as tweaks and features I'd like to implement, and I fully intend to get round to that. But anyone whose global corporate empire was halted by a mysterious inability to launch their products should be happier in the meantime.

Note: this is only true for Mac and Windows players. Linux people are still on the original launch version, unfortunately, since I'm having difficulty getting access to a Linux machine. (The one I tested the launch version on was borrowed from a friend.) This should be fixed soon, though, and I thought it wasn't fair to keep the fixes from everyone else in the meantime.

Full patch list:

  • Fixed bugs preventing time from passing correctly / money from being correctly added / campaigns and other actions being completed. (These were due to issues in the "law pushback" code, incorrectly indexed espionage actions, and the game getting confused when trying to sell corpornation shares due to Anti Monopoly laws.)
  • Fixed silly floating mouseover when closing a short newspaper window.
  • Ensured that if you switch nations while the "Choose slogan" interface is up, the slogans will update to indicate whether or not this slogan has been used in the new nation, and how successfully. (It was previously stuck with data from the old nation.)
  • Made "changing laws" tutorial fail elegantly if it fails to find a corpornation.
  • Music has more interesting tracks while reading notifications/events/newspapers.
  • Right clicking the "-" button to fire all workers now fires queued workers first, rather than firing all of that type of worker.
  • If you fire workers then click "Undo worker firing", the recalled workers will not be assigned a task, to avoid making them unavailable in the "assign research" panel.
  • Law changes at 100% political influence should now always default to the maximum law change chance.
  • In rival emails, the "Your rival has #v4#% vulnerability" bug should be fixed. (But I'm not sure, please email me if it persists.)
  • It is now impossible for laws to remain at -1, and if they do they will be quickly reset.
  • The AI and Climate crises require fewer connections to complete.
  • Added splash screen. (This may help with a certain mac bug?)
  • Fixed a bug where resource feedback (the green / red fading text) faded very slowly, and would slowly trail across the entire screen
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Reviews

“It’s a delicious premise and executed well [...] It’s a remarkably deep simulation, with more layers of strategy emerging as your company grows.”
PC Gamer

“It’s a highly addictive game with stylish visuals, a well designed UI and deep strategic gameplay [...] Highly recommended.”
Alpha Beta Gamer

“I urge you to wishlist and buy it. One-person dev team, labour of love project, tiny budget, *really compelling game*.”
Alexis Kennedy, creator of Fallen London, Sunless Sea and Cultist Simulator

About This Game



Found a powerful corporation. Use it to market horrific products, control the media, cause riots, crash stock markets, topple governments and become immortal.



In this 8-20 hour turn-based management game, you will:
  • Achieve immortality with cutting edge tech.
  • Bribe politicians, spread fake news, rig elections.
  • Research products such as metacritic for friendships, sentient social media and ‘auto-career.’ Market them so they’re irresistible.
  • Crash stock markets, trigger riots or topple governments.
  • Determine humanity's future.



Spinnortality is set in a harrowing cyberpunk world where corporations are king. Nations have merged into massive, politically stagnant super-states. Some are so-called "democracies", some are dictatorships, and some are ultra-capitalist dystopias. These societies are in a state of flux; your company will determine their future.



As head of a global megacorp, your first priority is turning a profit. Before long, though, you'll be manipulating politics, deregulating industries, launching black ops to destabilise the globe and advancing shady corporate agendas.







System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista or later
    • Processor: 2 GHz or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 600 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 or later
    • Processor: Intel core i5 or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 600 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.9 or later
    • Processor: 2 GHz or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities
    • Storage: 600 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04+
    • Processor: 2 GHz or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities
    • Storage: 600 MB available space

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