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You Have to Play this Game: Rimworld

Rimworld is a colony management game that has survival mechanics, management, and building. It was released in July 15, 2016 by Ludeon Studios. Rimworld is a game that i have 190+ hours in as of February 2020. The first 2 weeks after buying the game i could not stop playing. The game is that good that it completely takes over your thoughts and life. It was the first game i've bought where i was thinking about it throughout the day like how to make my colony better, how to make it more efficient, etc.

 There are not many games that can do this to a person and having said this and in many ways Rimworld makes my list of the top game of the last decade. It's a fun, unique challenge that you cannot get anywhere else. It is only once in a decade that a game like this is released and that is one of the many reasons  why you should play it. If you are interested in colony management games this is one of the best. Here is the description from Steam:

" A sci-fi colony sim driven b…
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