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  • Summary: Eufloria is an ambient game of space exploration and conquest that employs surprising themes of plant growth and bio mechanical evolution. The game allows the player to explore a beautifully realized universe rendered in a style that is both unique and compelling. Eufloria's aesthetics are reminiscent of children's books like "the little prince" and the gameplay is supported by an original ambient soundtrack by Brian Grainger. Gameplay revolves around conquering asteroids in space and using their resources to literally grow and nurture new semi-organic plants and creatures to do the player's bidding. The player is pitched again several teams of AI opponents that all vie for the same resources and can offer fierce opposition. Expand
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  1. Jan 27, 2014
    80
    The simple controls allow for an easy entry and the game does a great job of introducing the systems at a slow and manageable pace. Once it gets going it offers a real challenge, which results in an amazing sense of achievement when a level is finally beaten.
  2. Feb 3, 2014
    75
    Still, even partial immersion in Eufloria's world is a richer experience than full immersion in other worlds, so for that reason, if you're in the mood for something artsy with a little bit of a challenge thrown in, by all means give it a try.
  3. Dec 16, 2013
    70
    Eufloria HD flutters effortlessly onto the Vita.
  4. Jan 7, 2014
    70
    I enjoyed my time with Eufloria HD which surprised me a little, as this isn’t a genre I’ve traditionally played. I think the touch controls make the game more accessible, which will help beginners and this is a solid RTS title that is worth checking out if you’re interested in the genre but haven’t taken the plunge yet.
  5. Eufloria’s humble indie roots can be seen in the crude visual design.
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