has issued a new major patch for Take On Mars
implementing a technology tree, global objectives, improved vehicle landing, two new crater locations, a 'Probe' vehicle, and the Soviet-era 'Mars 3' lander holding Mars' first rover, the 'Prop-M'.
Building further upon the early access release of Take On Mars, the new Technology Tree system lets players research various technologies, which eventually gives them access to new instruments and vehicles. The implementation of‘Global Objectives means that accomplishments at various locations in the game now contribute to the same objectives, combining the locations into one whole.
Four fresh screenshots
found their way in our gallery.