Kubifaktorium Feature 14: Performance testing fun.

I’ve been working on performance recently and I’m quite happy with the results. So, why not have some fun while doing it. This video shows 250 colonists totally crushing it on an island. It’s stupid, but why not. ๐Ÿ™‚

Music used: Richard Wagner – Fantasie/Ride of the valkyrie By United States Marine Band

The Kickstarter campaign for Kubifaktorium will begin on the 7th of August (7.8.2018). Until then, I will post a Kubifaktorium feature every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. If you are interested in the game, please follow/like Kubifaktorium and help me spread the word. Thank you! ๐Ÿ™‚

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Keeper Artemus says:

    That’s a lot of dudes. Are colonists going to be a more limited resource as the game focuses on automation to take over most tasks? Or will we see more ways to increase our colonist count either by recruitment or breeding? Or will this take a RimWorld approach where too many colonists can become a major burden on the settlements resources?

    1. Yes, colonists will always be a limited resource and the number of them will be more in the range of Rimworld etc.. There will be other fun ways to expand your workforce which I will announce soon. ๐Ÿ™‚

      1. Keeper Artemus says:

        Interesting! Might you be adding in some personal traits to give each person their own personality of sorts so they stand out by name and face rather than as a “human resource?”

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