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Another one shooting to the top of my wishlist from the Guerilla Collective Showcase is Trailblazers: Into the March, I've not seen a colony-sim strategy game quite like it. Looks like a blending of some ideas from FTL: Faster Than Light, RimWorld and The Wandering Village into something rather unique overall and I need it.

"You are a Trailblazer... the captain of a ‘Landship’—a powerful vessel shaped by undying dedication and boundless dreams. It is your lifeline through 'The March,' a perilous frontier engulfing civilization's remnants. Your mission: blaze a trail in this wilderness and uncover the mystery at its heart.

Trailblazers: Into the March is a roguelite colony-sim that integrates tactical combat with the emotional journey of procedural characters. Before setting off, you will purchase and customize your Landship, recruit crew members with their own backgrounds and skills, trade supplies and materials, and take on contracts. Once you venture into the March, you must manage your crew's daily lives, witness their evolving relationships and stories, and defend your moving home in tactical landship battles as you explore the vast uncharted territories."

Developer Strangers and publisher Joystick Ventures showed off the reveal trailer, and it starts off quite intriguing and then when it gets into the gameplay — just wow.

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One that should have no problems with Proton on Linux. I really cannot wait for this. Fantastic idea for a game. Visually looks great too.

You can follow it on Steam.

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6 comments

ElTutucaZen 5 days ago
The game looks sick, can't wait to play it
ElamanOpiskelija 5 days ago
QuoteInto the March
... but it's already June!
... I'll see myself out.
razing32 5 days ago
Cats ....can die ?
Chesck 5 days ago
Best looking game of the week I think
Philadelphus 5 days ago
QuoteLooks like a blending of some ideas from FTL: Faster Than Light, RimWorld and The Wandering Village
OK! OK! Enough already! I'll buy it! Sheesh! You can't just keep rattling off the names of games I love at me like that Liam, my wallet can't take it!

But seriously, that trailer looks fantastic. It's now firmly on the wishlist to remind me when it releases.
fritzy 5 days ago
This is gold. The FTL-like genre definitely has potential. Until recently, I've only seem really small FTL-likes, but lately I've been seeing more substantial projects like Reclaim The Sea (a pirate FTL-like). I like the blending of other genres and settings with FTL's core, and I want to see more!
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