The Kepler Colony: Evacuation

Contains adsIn-app purchases
3.8
234 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

It is the year 2090. An asteroid has been found on a collision course with Earth. There is no stopping it. You have been assigned the task of creating an interstellar spaceship to travel the stars to Kepler 62e, the only confirmed life supporting planet discovered.

"The Kepler Colony: Evacuation" is a 170,000 word interactive science fiction novel by Andy Why, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

You and your team of advisers will face many challenges along the way. When should you notify the public? How will you allocate tickets on the ship? What sacrifices will you make to ensure your project is successful? Time is on your side—for now.

• Play as male, female, or nonbinary; gay or straight.
• Play as over 40 different countries, or make your own.
• Choose between a cryogenic ship or a generation model. Why not both?
• Trade with other nations as they battle to build their own spaceships.
• Decide who's gets to be saved—and who's left behind.

The fate of your nation is in your hands.
Updated on
Mar 26, 2022

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This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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3.8
234 reviews
A Google user
April 18, 2019
i enjoyed it, but after a few replays it doesn't seem to have much variation other than the endings. the characters remain the same throughout different countries, and many of the choices are similar. it is well written and the resource management can be tough and is a little overwhelming in the beginning. the cheat code at the end was fun to use, but i likely wont play again for a while.
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A Google user
August 12, 2019
It's a fascinating game. It's a powerful topic and talks about the near future in plausible ways. You'll want to play it through at least twice, since there's a learning curve. But it's also not well suited for this kind of game - some of the mechanics, like choosing which technologies to research by assigning scientists, is clunky and awkward. And once you play it a second time, you'll notice that the game is predictable. The exact same events happen in the same order, with the same names.
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A Google user
May 20, 2019
Really disappointed, and regret buying it. It started off interestingly enough, but what you don't realise at the time is that the spreadsheet IS the entire game. Soon as you launch and anticipate it getting interesting, it's done. Just wasted my life juggling numbers for nothing. First time I've ever come out of one of these books wishing I hadn't bothered, and not wanting to engage in a sequel. That the few choices I had came out incorrectly due to bugs was just salt in the wound.
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