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Wube Software announced recently that their indie building, mining, crafting and automation game Factorio has now managed to pass two million sales before it's even finished as noted in their recent blog post.

Factorio is currently in Early Access and it's been in development for over eight years, so they've had a long time to hit that two million sale milestone. Not to detract from it, that's still an amazing number for an indie game that doesn't go on sale—incredible really!

As a reminder, Factorio is set to launch the big 1.0 on September 25, 2020. Before that though, they still have a lot of work to do and it seems the newer tutorials are being thrown out in favour of them tweaking what they originally had. Why? Apparently they just didn't show newer players the way the game needed to be played.

Factorio scares me, not because it has anything frightening but because of how much time I want to spend in it. I click play, the day turns to night and I've done nothing but build and build more until I have a very fancy looking factory with belts going everywhere. It sure does look awesome though, Factorio is definitely a game you need to give a chance because it's just brilliant.

You can grab a copy of Factorio from Humble Store, GOG and Steam.

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pcavalcanti 30 December 2019 at 10:25 pm UTC
Good for them, their game is absolutely brilliant!
The_Aquabat 31 December 2019 at 7:13 am UTC
When this post was made in Australia was already 2020.
Nagezahn 31 December 2019 at 7:48 am UTC
I bought Factorio shortly before their most recent price increase and wanted to wait playing it until it was out of early access. Of course I failed. For 152 hours so far.

The_AquabatWhen this post was made in Australia was already 2020.
According to this site it's still more than 2 hours until the first people start into the new year.
razing32 31 December 2019 at 12:40 pm UTC
I'm still waiting for it to be finished.
Then will give it a go and see how much i utterly suck at it .

Aren't the Japanese first to experience New Year ? Or am I wrong ?
Eike 31 December 2019 at 12:43 pm UTC
Aren't the Japanese first to experience New Year ? Or am I wrong ?

For Australia, it's in 20 minutes, Japanese 2:20.
Of course, there's islands in the pacific that come even earlier, including the Christmas Island/Kiritimati. They really should have named it New Year Islands.

Last edited by Eike on 31 December 2019 at 12:44 pm UTC
The_Aquabat 1 January 2020 at 1:56 am UTC
this post is wrote in the future because it's still 2019 here.


Last edited by The_Aquabat on 1 January 2020 at 2:00 am UTC
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