Average Playtime: 6 hours

PeriAreion

Add to
My games
70
Add to
Wishlist
Save to
Collection
No reviews
Exceptional
Meh
Skip

About

PeriAreion, an astronomical term for the closest approach to Mars, aims to blend real-time strategy gameplay with a little simulation and science.Key FeaturesConstruct Your BaseBuild and upgrade a variety of modules to help your colonists survive. Each module provides unique activities and research for your colonists to engage in.Explore MarsChoose from three landing sites: Candor Chasma in the dusty Valles Marineris, Mawrth Vallis at the boundary of highland and plains, and frozen Hellas Planitia close to Mars' south pole. Each map has different weather and hazards, along with difficulties for navigation and resource location. Find points of interest, missions, minerals, ice, and photo opportunities as you explore. All terrain has been generated from satellite images of actual locations on Mars.Research Colony UpgradesSpend research points in five different trees with 71 possible upgrades. This includes three different colony specializations that determine your path to sustainability and change the way you win the game.Learn About MarsUnlock articles in the PeriAreipedia containing the latest research and science about Mars. Get new articles for completing missions, constructing modules, and performing research.
Platforms
Release date
Developer
TBA Games
Publisher
TBA Games
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.tbagames.net

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6770M 1024 MB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 4 GB available space

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: 10.9
  • Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core i5
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6770M 1024 MB
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
Read more...
Edit the game info
Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

Where to buy

Steam

Top contributors

Sinkler

1 edit
44
50.00%
Mars Eh?
50.00%
You Lose at Mars
0.00%
You REALLY Win at Mars
Complete sustainability conditions on the "Hard" difficulty setting
0.00%
Commercial Outpost
Specialize your base as a Commercial Outpost
0.00%
Space Dysentery
view all achievements
19 items

PeriAreion reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
The Game is much worse than it looks. Mining resources at level-below Warcraft 3. The Graphics are not very happy. You cannot select a Location for the base premises. The View of the camera is only on behalf of colonists. The Gameplay is so boring that I had enough 10 minutes to lose any desire to continue.
Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Kazualochka on the topic of micro-management and resource management. The Idea is not bad, the implementation, in general, too, but a lot of claims on trifles. On the other hand, the development is still going on, the patches are coming out, the functionality is added. And This is two years after the release in the steam! I didn't expect the Kistarternoy Kazukaloki such a jump:)
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
The worst Obstacle to Colonizing Mars is neither lack of Resources nor Disasters-no it's poor Control. Add To that the Clamlessness: Who is doing what, how much Oxygen everyone still has. It is also not possible to simply send an Astronaut to Resources by Clicking on the Map. Therefore, the main Occupation is to switch between all Astronauts.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
On the Planet Mars there are several Spots on which a Colony can be built. In Addition, there Are three Levels of difficulty. Once you have made this short Selection, four Astronauts can either configure (here, permanent Persons in different Nationalities are given) or leave the Selection to Chance. On the Planet itself, the Capsule next to 4 Astronauts can be seen at the Beginning. From here, people can be sent on the Journey across the surface at the Click of a Mouse. A Resource can then be mined, again at the click of a Mouse. If there are enough Resources, construction of the individual Modules can begin. It is Advisable to focus on Two Astronauts at the Beginning, one in Research and the last for The construction of the Modules. Water and Food quickly become scarce, so these Modules should be erected first. If the Rovers have been researched in the research Building, an Astronaut can travel further Distances as the Rover is also suitable for Oxygen refuelling. I liked The Degree of difficulty and the Type Of resource tree. It can be stroll freely across the Surface and you get a Sense of the Balance of Research and Life Support. I liked less The lack of flexibility in Arranging The Modules, the Lack of overview (Lacks a Cartography, the Selection of a particular Astronaut, a Maintenance Overview or The state Overview of all Modules), the many Many Bugs, the Lack Of Detail and the ultimately low Room For manoeuvre. Suitable as a Game in between, however, the Aftertaste Of an unfinished, immature attempt remains to create a Construction Simulation. In any case, it is not Worth €9.99, unless this supports the Development.
Read more...
read more