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[Review] Eufloria

Eufloria is a beautiful game that many won’t be able to fully appreciate. That’s what I’ve come to realize while playing the game. At first, most won’t know what they’re getting themselves into, because, by the looks of it, the game could be just about anything. Surprisingly enough, it’s a Real Time Strategy game. When I first started the game, it immediately reminded me of a board game I played as a child, it was called “War” (however, I believe the American name for it is “Risk”), a game where you commanded generic troops while aiming for total world domination.

In a sense, that’s exactly what you’ll be doing; playing as part of a very xenophobic empire known as “the Growers,” you’ll be taking orders from “the Mother” to kill pretty much everything in your way, just because they’re black. That was a bit of criticism I actually really enjoyed, and if you read all the dialogues and story, you’ll understand what I’m talking about.

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