Eufloria Crack/Patch

Eufloria Eufloria is an ambient game of space exploration and conquest that employs surprising themes of plant growth and bio mechanical evolution. The game allows the player to explore a beautifully realized universe rendered in a style that is both unique and compelling. Eufloria's aesthetics are reminiscent of children's books like "the little prince" and the gameplay is supported by an original ambient soundtrack by Brian Grainger. Gameplay revolves around conquering asteroids in space and using their resources to literally grow and nurture new semi-organic plants and creatures to do the player's bidding. The player is pitched again several teams of AI opponents that all vie for the same resources and can offer fierce opposition. [Steam]

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 65 / 100
User rating
7.7
Downloads 1312
Genre Strategy, General
Company / Developer
Rudolf Kremers , Alex May / Rudolf Kremers, Alex May

Eufloria reviews ( 5 )

Malcolm, May 10, 2012

I can't understand why critics had so many mixed opinions. To my mind, this is one of those games which is a complete concept, and nothing is to be added, removed, or altered. It has solid style, simple idea, gameplay with great tactical possibilities, and also it can be very addictive. Absolutely great game, and it is even more amazing that two people created such a polished product.

glabouzz, Apr 8, 2011

10.0 Beautiful, simple, strategic, poetic, intelligent... A very good game. No need of strong hardware... I'd like that game editors take in account about my review :)

therealjjx, Feb 9, 2012

this game is quite fun, there may be times of repetitiveness but extra features such as the lazer mine keeps things mixed up and more unpredictable. overall, it's pretty nice

iseeall, Jun 14, 2017

It's an RTS where you capture nodes with tiny, all-similar units. There are plenty of games like this on mobile nowadays, but this one is probably better than most of it successors. It's a good game, but it's not excellent. The good: - nice graphics, though you will spend most of your time playing at zoomed-out view, and won't see the pretty pictures - pleasant music - the game has a few extra features (like defensive towers, an upgraded version of the basic unit and a few more) which make the gameplay less primitive than it usually is in this type of an RTS game The so-so: - the gameplay of capturing nodes is satisfying, but for a fan of strategy games it really lacks complexity. Such games work fine on mobile, but on PC they feel too underwhelming - the levels are relatively easy, but level 16 is a sudden jump of difficulty. It's designed like a puzzle where you need to retry a lot, learn what the scripted waves of enemies do and where they go. The scripted events keep the game difficult enough to not slide into boredom, but the basic AI is pretty average - you can't skip levels. Well, instead you can press "Stuck?" button to read a hint, which only proves that levels are designed more like puzzles. The bad: - you can't easily see how many units are in a given node - usually such games show a number. You have to keep selecting the nodes all the time to just keep track of the situation. There is also no notification when a node reaches a population limit It's a small game which in 2017 feels like it was designed for iPad. You will have fun with it for a day, but the lack of depth won't let you stay with it for longer or replay any completed level. Grab the iOS version instead.

markwhitton, Nov 20, 2013

I have absolutely no idea what I have just played, but please officially recognise this as a major anti-recommendation! This is clearly some sort of obscure tower defence and attack game that has been applied to some kind of plant! Needless to say it’s one of the utmost boring video games I have ever played in my life! Not being a fan of strategy tower defence games; I didn't have much in way of expectations but the game feels completely empty… I have no idea if that’s the style of game they were going for with some isolation feel, but it just didn't work and the game was just such an empty unfulfilled experience with repetitive actions and nothing really interesting happening!