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For those of you after some more casual and relaxing games, Equilinox will have you nurture your own ecosystem.

From developer ThinMatrix, Equilinox is a sandbox experience giving you control over what happens. You will nurture each plant and animal, all with their own life cycle. Make sure everything is happy and healthy, as it will give you more points as everything evolves and moves on.

To help with this, you will be given the ability to genetically modify species, which sounds rather interesting.

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For those interested in more background details, the developer has been releasing regular videos on YouTube showing off how far it has come. Much like us, they're also funded thanks to a Patreon campaign.

I think it looks really sweet! It's releasing on November 23rd on Steam, hopefully one I will take a look at as it could be quite nice for kids too.

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Arehandoro 5 Nov, 2018
Equilinux for the Linox OS :P
GustyGhost 5 Nov, 2018
Reminds me of Species A.L.R.E.
Philadelphus 5 Nov, 2018
Wow, looks (and sounds) quite pretty, I'll have to check it out. I'm a big sucker for those low-poly stylized art styles. :)
razing32 6 Nov, 2018
Something relaxing to play over a pint :)
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