Indie developer 4gency announces Habitat, a sandbox strategy game set in Earth's orbit where the player is tasked with the job of saving humanity by building a space station out space junk. The Unity-engine game is coming to Windows, Linux, and OS X, and a Kickstarter will come in April after they show off the game at GDC next month. Word is: "Explore and salvage junk of all kinds, from earthly to alien, to build your base and manage your citizens. Space is a dangerous place and you’ll need to make tough choices to survive! The zero-G physics of space also means a new kind of combat: kinetic weaponry. Any junk you find can be used to fight enemies, and stations can be destroyed in seconds triggering massive chain reactions." The Habitat website has more details, a bunch of screenshots, and an announcement trailer showing this isn't your grandfather's Gravity.
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