Build, fly, and smash orbiting stations made out of space junk in this physics-driven strategy game set in Earth's far future
4gency has launched a video for Habitat: A Thousand Generations in Orbit, a real-time, physics-driven orbital strategy game developed for PC, Mac, Linux and Xbox One. Players assume the role of Commander and lead a team of engineers to gather a variety of debris found in Earth’s orbit, turning it into habitable space stations that can support human life. As players combine different elements of debris, explore space and mine the resources found there, a fully expandable tech tree can be researched.
However surviving in a zero gravity universe in the face of constant crisis also relies on the player's ability to master physics-driven flight simulation as well as turning some of their creations into deadly kinetic orbital weapons that will be needed to take out the enemy when necessary.