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« on: March 02, 2016, 05:58:17 PM »

I saw this game Factorio pop up in my big Steam game slideshow the other day and had to check out what it was (if only to figure out what the game's name actually was since it looked more like Factor:0 in their typeface).

Anyway, after checking out this sweet trailer I was definitely intrigued.  It looks like some sort of insane infinite 2D version of Infinifactory or something.  Build an ever sprawling automated infrastructure of machines, factories and transport to harvest various resources, build parts, move them around, create energy, etc. 

Here's a little more in depth gameplay trailer as well if that intrigues you.

It's currently sitting at 99% positive reviews on Steam with over 2400 reviews.  Maybe not surprising since they've apparently been in an unofficial early access mode and had already sold over 100k copies on their website before coming to Steam, but extremely impressive nonetheless!

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« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2016, 06:36:57 PM »

Yeah I got this and it's excellent so far.

oo much good stuff out at the moment

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« Reply #2 on: March 02, 2016, 06:55:50 PM »

I've been following the game for about a year, the developer posts an update each Friday on his facebook page. I got the demo all those months ago and while I'm interested, I just... can't... well, for some reason I feel like I'm having fun, but it just feels like busy work after a while. I think this is more on my end than anything wrong with the game.

I do really suggest that anyone who is interested go to the website and download the demo.

Note also that the developer has said on the Steam store page
Discount Disclaimer: We don't have any plans to take part in a sale or to reduce the price for the foreseeable future.

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