Don’t anticipate all that right away because Sapiens just entered Instant Access this last week. It resembles the early stone period as it stands. A little Neolithic experimenting.
Despite this, the game still has a lot of potentials, showcasing a versatile shot-building system that enables you to create and duplicate a variety of buildings.
By allowing you to provide rather precise directions, Sapiens also gives the impression that it has drawn some inspiration from the god-game subgenre.
Typically, city builders and colony sims take a concentrated approach and concentrate on a single era, but the recent independent publication Sapiens is going all-in on size. You’ll guide your clan through hundreds of years of technical achievements,” starting with only two members.
The Early Access period, which the developer anticipates lasting several years, has a lot in store. “Boats, fishing, horseback riding, and the transportation of commodities are all likely to be added. There will be more opportunities to contact other tribes and engage in trading, stealing, recruit, and combat. Additionally, anticipate to enter the medieval age and beyond via the creation of metal tools, as well as more sophisticated agricultural and refining techniques, “the store’s blurb claims.
Sapiens is one of the few colony sims that has multiplayer, which is interesting because Sapiens’ Steam page claims that game was built with it in mind. Also, it will be modifiable.
Majic Jungle, also identified as Dave Frampton, a 20-year veteran of the gaming industry who worked extensively in mobile games, is developing Sapiens alone. His debut PC album is called Sapiens.
On Steam, Sapiens is available in Early Access. Organize your tribe and build your own ancient society in a world you design. In this small-scale yet vast colony sim, you can start from scratch, establish towns and industries, and progress over hundreds of thousands of technological advances.