Generation Exile is a new sustainable citybuilder from the Mark Of The Ninja and Gone Home devs | Gaming Trailer

Shown off at the PC Gaming Show the other day, Generation Exile is a sustainable turn-based citybuilder with some real talent behind it. It’s being developed by Sonderlust Studios, headed up by Mark Of The Ninja‘s lead designer Nels Anderson, alongside other talented developers like Karla Zimonja, who worked on Gone Home. Yeah, it’s definitely one to watch.

Generation Exile is set aboard humanity’s final bastion of hope: a big ship where all of its natural resources are dwindling. It’s up to you, a hand on a mouse, to click on these resources and bring the ship back to a good state. That’s the big switcheroo on the usual city-builder, it being all about sustainability. You can’t just harvest resources from other planets, as you’ve only got the bits and bobs on your ship.

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The dream, then, is to create a circular economy where you’re repurposing biological waste and growing new technologies in clever, non-destructive ways. That’s all while navigating “real-world ecological calamities and opportunities.” The trailer shows some interesting decisions that need to be made, like when your vertical farm’s yield exceeds expectations thanks to a rogue…


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