Grab The Games: The Universim

Another day, another review for our fans. Today, I couldn't be more excited that I have my hands on a brand-new game that is not only available right now but it also offers a really fun experience from the start. We are going to present you how this title holds up against other games of the genre and if it is worth picking it up right now. But what is this game? Is it worth the hype? Stick around, and you will find out now. Let's start by mentioning a few things about the game itself.

The Universim is a strategy city-builder game with “God” elements where you guide a civilization (Nuggets) from the Stone Age to the Space Age. Manage resources, and dynamic challenges, and ensure your Nuggets can survive, thrive, and spread to the stars.

The university features more than 200 research perks that will help you to shape your civilization. Be as benevolent or malevolent as you like to drive nuggets to evolve, advance, and expand. (Even the best civilizations need an occasional smiting).

Every planet in The Universim is procedurally generated and offers unique characteristics and challenges, ensuring that every world and every game is unique and engaging. Ecological balance and resource management are critical to success. Nuggets have their own needs and behaviors you must attend to. Your guidance will shape how they deal with conflicts, natural disasters, alien creatures, and other civilizations. Their growth and evolution depend on you! To begin with, the very first aspect that impressed me was the way the title introduced itself to the new players with a good and clear tutorial.

The title offers a great satisfying experience and mechanics that are both fun and easy to explore and use to. The narration is also amazing and the various random events happening are satisfying for all levels of players. The game requires strategy and patience and also a little bit of micromanaging almost everything. As far as the negative aspects are concerned, they are not game-breaking but what I found really annoying is that sometimes the speed of the game is really slow even at the highest speed while waiting for some events to occur or a construction to finish!

To sum up, the game is definitely enjoyable with a lot of aspects to look ahead. The price tag is ok for what it offers, and I can really recommend it to everyone who has played similar titles and to gamers who want a relaxing title.

Dionysis Spinos


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