Voxel Tycoon entered Early Access last month and became one of the top Steam releases in April, right behind Total War: Rome Remastered, which isn't bad for a small standalone economy management game, right? It's not hard to see why it's garnered so much attention: the bright, simple art style and minimalist UI mask, a surprisingly robust simulation that continues to spawn new regions for you to unlock and reach as you play.
Your job is to set up and manage a logistical network, connecting cities and resource extraction sites using roads and railways. You will set up bus networks and transport schedules to ship ores from the mines where they are mined to factories that will use them in finished products. There are over 50 vehicles to use, and they range from steam-era locomotives to modern electric motors.
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The idea is to stimulate the growth of cities, and you can even help kick-start a community's development by making large donations of your own money if a region's development is too slow.
There are tons to do in Voxel Tycoon, and the sky is the limit to the size of your empire. It's a game worth checking out, and it's just getting started. The developers estimate that Voxel Tycoon will be in Early Access for at least two years, but the current build is already quite playable. Stay tuned to our website for more news and updates from the gaming world. Take care and until next time!