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Relaxing nature sim 'Equilinox' adds a creative mode

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When taking a look at the nature building sim Equilinox back in January, my biggest complaint was the lack of proper freedom. ThinMatrix have now solved this!

Updated at the end of last month, Equilinox now has a proper creative mode allowing you to basically do whatever you want and it's pretty sweet. This newer mod gives you the ability to put down unlimited plants and animals, unlimited modifications of traits, new colour customization options, you can clone objects, control day and night and there's more.

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This big update also introduces Dolphins, making quite a lot of different animals and plant-life now available in Equilinox it's getting quite big! There's also the usual assorted bug fixes. I had a good play with this update and it's fantastic, a very relaxing game with this mode to basically paint-on whatever features you want to see.

Now an actual creative mode is in, some tools to change the terrain to really act like a god would be sweet. Even without tools like that, it's still a beautiful game.

It's available on Steam and it's 25% off.

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ixo 4 Jun, 2019
this game is in my wishlist, will wait for bigger discount.
Luke_Nukem 4 Jun, 2019
Quoting: ixothis game is in my wishlist, will wait for bigger discount.

I'm so sick of hearing this...
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