Surviving Mars (v1011166 & ALL DLC)


About the game

Surviving Mars is a sci-fi city builder about colonizing Mars and surviving the process. Choose a space agency for resources and financial support before determining a location for your colony.

Build domes and infrastructure, investigate new possibilities, and use drones to unlock more elaborate ways to shape and expand your settlement. Grow your own food, extract minerals or simply relax at the bar after a hard day at work.

However, the most important thing of all is to keep your colonists alive. Not an easy task on a strange new planet. There will be challenges to overcome. Execute your strategy and improve your colony's chances of survival as you uncover the mysteries of this alien world. Are you ready? Mars is waiting for you.

System Requirements

  • SW: Windows 7 64-bit or newer
  • Processor: 4th generation Intel i3 CPU or equivalent
  • Memory: 4GB RAM
  • Graphics: HD 4600/Geforce 620/Radeon 6450 or equivalent GPU with 1 GB video RAM
  • Storage: 6 GB of available space

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Game history

The game takes place in the near future, where Earth's resources are running out and humanity seeks to colonize other planets. Mars, being the most viable option, becomes the focus of various space agencies. As a player, you are tasked with leading one of these agencies and spearheading the colonization effort on Mars.

Your mission is to establish a sustainable colony on the red planet. You start with a limited amount of resources and a small group of settlers. It is your responsibility to manage these resources efficiently and make strategic decisions to ensure the survival and growth of your colony.

As you progress through the game, you will face numerous challenges and obstacles. Mars is a hostile environment with extreme temperatures, low air pressure, and lack of a breathable atmosphere. You'll need to find ways to overcome these challenges and provide your settlers with the infrastructure and resources necessary to thrive.

In addition to managing the basic needs of your settlers, such as food, water, and shelter, you will also need to conduct research to unlock new technologies and advancements. This will allow you to expand the capabilities of your colony and explore the mysteries of Mars.

Throughout the game, you will encounter events and anomalies that will test your decision-making skills. These events can have both positive and negative consequences, and it is up to you to navigate them and ensure the survival of your colony.

Ultimately, the goal of the game is to establish a self-sustaining colony on Mars and unlock the planet's full potential. Can you overcome the challenges and create a prosperous civilization on the red planet?

Frequent questions

Q: How can I ensure the survival of my colonists?

A: To ensure the survival of your colonists, you must provide them with the necessary resources, such as food, water, and oxygen. It is also necessary to create a suitable living environment by building habitats and infrastructure.

Q: Can I explore other planets in the game?

A: No, the game focuses solely on the colonization of Mars. However, there are several mysteries and anomalies on Mars that you can explore and discover.

Q: Are there multiplayer options in the game?

A: No, Surviving Mars is a single player game. You are solely responsible for managing and growing your colony on Mars.

Q: Can I customize my cologne and its appearance?

A: Yes, you can customize your colony by building different types of structures and infrastructure. You can also choose the location of your colony on Mars and determine its distribution.

Q: Are there any consequences for my decisions in the game?

A: Yes, the game features a decision-making system where your choices have consequences. Your decisions can affect the survival and growth of your colony, as well as the overall plot of the game.

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Mark Harrison
Mark from Australia, 28, brings a meticulous eye to game testing with his computer science background, helping to polish gems like "Red Dead Redemption 2." When controllers are down, he trades virtual adventures for soccer kicks, rhythmic tunes, and mates' camaraderie.