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Fate of the World is a strategy game that simulates the real social and environmental impact of global climate change over the next 200 years. The science, the politics, the destruction - it’s all real, and it’s scary. Your mission: Solve the crisis. But, like life, it won’t be easy. You’ll have to work through natural disasters, foreign diplomacy, clandestine operations, technological breakthroughs, and somehow satisfy the food and energy needs of a growing world population. Will you help the planet or become an agent of destruction?

IndieGames.com says: "A superbly addictive management game about the future of the Earth, in which no-one is ever damn happy."

Review RSS Feed foadiron says
6 foadiron

Definitely interesting and actually quite compelling turn-based card game. By God it's difficult though. It's abstract too, so much so that you won't really know what you're doing at all and just have to sort of guess about everything. A shame really because I love card games.

QuixoticRocket says
5 QuixoticRocket

This game just didn't catch my attention at all. It's not bad, but it doesn't make me want to play it either.
An interesting way of conveying important messages / morales but just not exciting enough.

DivertedTraffic says
1 DivertedTraffic

Terrible implementation of a simple concept. Avoid. If you want a game like this then go and check out Democracy 2 to see how it's done properly.

MrHanMan says
1 MrHanMan

Hyper political, exploitative drivel. If that wasn't enough, the "game" isn't very fun.

zafimn says
1 zafimn

Make a demo

hollowminds says
7 hollowminds

Cool game, i found it a little harsh when starting off and getting the hang of things but it was a fair challenge.

waltercool says
9 waltercool

It's a funny card strategy game, it's a hard pain to depend of Windows.

JeepLV says
10 JeepLV

Interesting game, makes you feel like a boss.

gerrit555 says
1 gerrit555


vince0018 says
9 vince0018

Aug 7th, 2014

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