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EndCiv is a survival city building game with high-quality 3D graphics. The world has been destroyed, and you are tasked with re-civilizing the wastelands. Resources for survival must be collected permanently to keep people alive. Energy production is an important task which is directly connected to the simulated weather of daytime, rain and wind.
You will also experience that the wastelands are comming to live at night.

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  • EndCiv will have a weather simulation that not just is a graphical feature. Water is the most important good in the wastelands and rain is one source to fill water tanks. A fresh breeze of wind not just is pleasant to your citizens - it also helps gaining electricity. Weather can be dangerous too, such as thunder and hurricanes which damage houses and citizens.

    The game will feature a step less simulation of daytime which has direct influence on the gameplay. At morning people wake up one by one and go to work. At noon you have plenty of time to do what you have planned before. At the evening you have to care about anyone to come home. At night you just have to hope the best.

    Electricity is another important good because it helps you to defend yourself and to simply grow your empire. Light is both, safety and luxury. People are happy when they can waste some resources, but you have to supply the most important facilities with energy first. But how to obtain energy?

    Earth is full of scrap. Among the junk there are rare resources such as solar panels and machines that can be used for generators such as wind power plants. You also will have the option, when we developed that far, to clean the surface from all the junk and acquire greenish, fertile ground around your cities. Anyhow we still think about this as a feature, not a must. Why not using the last fossil fuels that you can find? Some nuclear power sticks may lie around somewhere, too. But be aware of why you had to live in the underground for so long...

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