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Review

The environment is indeed quite inhospitable because Titan is shrouded in a toxic atmosphere, lightning shoots to the ground and sunlight are scarce. But that doesn't matter! After all, there are resources to be gotten there, and since the individual human being doesn't count for much in the power network of the corporations, they aren'...

Industries of Titan

  • Greg Burn
  • Jun 21, 2021

The environment is indeed quite inhospitable because Titan is shrouded in a toxic atmosphere, lightning shoots to the ground and sunlight are scarce. But that doesn't matter! After all, there are resources to be gotten there, and since the individual human being doesn't count for much in the power network of the corporations, they aren't very squeamish about it.

We can send people thickly packed in protective suits to the indigo-colored titanium surface and let them build a neon-lit city. To do this, however, they first have to remove the huge ruins of an earlier development, which cover almost every square meter of ground in blocks like forgotten colossi. At least we can search the ruins and extract useful resources.

Industries of Titan offers interesting approaches, and the screenshots from later versions make my mouth water. If all this is implemented like this, the game will surely be a game to spend a lot of time with, building futuristic, gritty commerce cities.

The tutorial has a nice soundtrack and the advisors always made me smile. I like the humor in this - it's funny because it's true people are degraded to mere numbers and only have value if they sell well. Health and well-being are not that important, the main thing is that people do what they are told. Then they just stand 24/7 in front of a monitor and watch advertising videos.

The loading screens are also well done, there is some artwork for the game and background information. For example, that aircraft engineers and test pilots are the most sought-after careers on Titan, although, with the high mortality rate among test pilots, you can hardly call it a "career".

Industries of Titan has an insane amount of potential! If everything the trailers already hint at is delivered, and we can build neon-splattering cities, then the game could be a real city-building treat. Charming it already is, but at this point, there is not enough for the player to do.

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