Indie Game Geo Out 31st Jan

Windybeard are a new name to me, but a few days ago I got the heads up that their new game Geo is releasing in the next few days.

Geo is a game about building and expanding an intergalactic mining corporation.
Explore uncharted space and discover comets, moons, Planets and gas giants before heading in and drilling the cash out of them! Expand your HQ, build new rooms and facilities to increase your drilling stats. Hire unique crew members to aid you in becoming the biggest and best intergalactic mining corporation in the cosmos. Collect hundreds of weird and wonderful items all used to research new facilities and crew members. Discover giant frozen planets, acid filled metallic moons, scorching sandy comets and more, all in the name of profits.
Gather, Explore and Observe!

Windybeard are the team behind the well reviewed Sweezy Gunner (now available for £2.79 on Steam) and it looks like Geo will be just as fun.

I have received a review code for this game and will be playing it over the coming days to get a better handle on the game itself.

From the release trailer above, you can see that it has a very Terraria feel to its level design which is certainly no bad thing.

Keep an eye out for it over at http://store.steampowered.com/app/513480/ or preorder DRM free at https://www.humblebundle.com/g/geo_game

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