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Oxygen Not Included Oxygen Not Included is a space-colony simulation game. Manage your colonists and help them dig, build and maintain a subterranean asteroid base.
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 87 / 100
User rating
Downloads 91
Genre Strategy, Management, Business / Tycoon
Company / Developer
Klei Entertainment / Klei Entertainment
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Oxygen Not Included reviews ( 7 )

eafx, Apr 24, 2018

When it was first announced, it was not good. But they did something and made this a masterpiece. Every step should be thought, if you do something wrong, then you're f#*cked.

pongkrit03, Jul 22, 2020

One of the best building management simulators I have ever played, and I have played a lot of this kind of games, I didn't expected ONI to be this good ! (My friend recommended this game to me longtime ago but I just have chanced to play it recently) Animation also looks cute. I have spent 100 hrs in it already, so addicted. Anyway, the game is not hard but you have to read a lot in Wiki (You can even find wiki ingame) it needs time to remember plants, buildings, gases so on. Devs also have good communication with community. The game is not perfect yet, it has so much potential to be even better and devs still continue to improve it too, which is great. For indy game to be this fun, I have to give them 10/10. Cheap price, high quality and unique concept. It is not easy for me to give 10 you can check my account but This game deserve it totally. I will wait for dlcs and expansions.

TESSSERACT, Jun 11, 2017

This game is very addictive. The first time is the worst, but you get better fast. Once you learn the basics, the game starts to open up. You have to work with what you have, and it is a challange. You would be amazed how much you learn in actual real world science as well. The fact that this game is still in early access is great, because there is going to be more content in the future. I love this game very much.

Fyzel, Mar9, 2019

Great alpha release so far. The game progression takes a bit to get used to. Effectively going from one emergency to another. Some come up slowly, others more quickly. I thought I had power all sorted out when I found a gas vent. Found out later that the gas wasn’t producing as quickly as I had hoped leaving me with a huge power emergency mid game. Can’t wait to see the finished product!

llow, May 26, 2020

Incredibly addicting base building, survival game. Stay away! They continue to release new features and bug fixes to make coming back to this game every so often a worthwhile experience. Again be warned, very addicting.

Gme, Mar 18, 2020

Great game that looks simple at its core but has a ton of depth. This game made me feel like an engineer in ways I hadn't felt since playing Kerbal Space Program, but even more than that. I can easily lose an entire day without realizing it while playing this game. Gonna knock it 1 point because the on boarding is bad. I bought this game in early access right after it launched and straight up did not enjoy it and wrote it off completely until 1.0 hit and I decided to give it another go, this time with help from youtube tutorials. Once I had the basics down my opinion of this did a full 180 and it became one of my all time favorites.

Agathra, Oct5, 2019

So I ended up not enjoying this game, but I'd still recommend it to... *most* people. Weird? Probably, but here's the thing: I would only recommend you do NOT play this game if, like me, you don't do well with technical jargon & math. Want an example: here's a line FROM A BEGINNER'S DISCUSSION on the game in a discussion thread: "1 Steam Turbine's cooling equals (525-450)K*4.179kJ/kg/K*10kg/s=3134kw per second" I can't cope with that statement, and that's JUST for one item within one branch of a whole bunch of stuff you need to balance. Having said that? I did give it a couple hours of playtime to test it out. Because it is a seriously adorable game and I love it and wish I *could* play it. The animations are cute, the critters are cute, the characters are cute, even the dang materials are cute. The game as a whole is really well done and I'm sad that I tend to get confused when numbers and technical jargon start muddying the mix, because I really would like to play more! So yes, if the above sentence makes you ask "what's so confusing about that?" then you are probably gonna love this game, and you should buy it and play it now, and while you're at it, could you please enjoy it enough for the both of us?