Satis-Factory

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.0
450 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this game

Like board games? Satis-Factory can be played solo, or as a cooperative game with up to four players. Players roll dice to gather resources, then consume those resources to try to save the world. Satis-Factory is Google Cast™ Ready, optionally displaying the full game board on the cast screen (for example, a television with Google Chromecast).

An alien entity appeared in orbit. Scientists quickly learned it is using the human population to incubate a toxic compound they call Satis.

Attacks against the entity have failed, however a global effort is underway to develop an alien-ending Weapon. Meanwhile, focused endeavors have been able to slow or sometimes stop Satis generation within individual population centers.


Each game turn some cities get struck, increasing their Satis level. If a city is already at max Satis the strike ripples out to connected neighbors.

After the strike, players roll dice to lock in their resources, then spend those resources to move, cure, ripple-cure, or help build the Weapon. After all players finish, the next turn starts with a new strike. (In a multi-player game player turns are asynchronous, only waiting at the end while other players finish.)

Players lose if Satis consumes too many cities, or win if they finish the Weapon. Be smart: Satis strike counts accelerate over time!

Ad supported with optional one-time in-app purchase to remove ads (and support an indy developer!).

[Second screen photo adapted from Primus Inter Pares "Second screen Wetten dass app"]
Updated on
Sep 22, 2018

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4.0
450 reviews
A Google user
March 29, 2019
Quick little board game that's fun and collaborative, nice for not starting fights. I wish it could do turn-based multiplayer on a single device in a pass-it-around kind of way. It would make setup easier than convincing everybody to download a game they've never played before. It's a large barrier to getting people to try the game.
5 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
March 31, 2015
Quickly fixed bug. Background noise is awful .Good thing you can turn it off.
11 people found this review helpful
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Concreterose
March 30, 2015
This bug has been fixed, the fixed version should be available shortly.
A Google user
December 4, 2017
Kinda like Risk, but less complicated. It's fun to play! Graphics and UI are well done.
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What's new

- Update to newer Android target version.
- Update Google Play Game libraries.
- Privacy policy (for ads).