Hydroneer

Hydroneer

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Hydroneer

 
 
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Game Info
Developer
Foulball Hangover
Publisher
Foulball Hangover
Platforms
PC
Release Date
May 8, 2020 (Calendar)
Monetization
One Time Purchase
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From indie developer Foulball Hangover comes a brand new casual sandbox game with Hydroneer

Hydroneer is a game where your only objective is to dig for gold and other resources. As you do so, you need to construct mining equipment and a base of operations to keep your profits going. Start with primitive tools but slowly build up to powerful, hydro-powered machines, and create massive structures as your mining operation grows and becomes more prosperous.

Using a voxel-based terrain system, you can do more than just mining for gold of course. Create massive caverns and quarry pits, discover long-lost relics, and use your hydro-powered machinery to craft the resources you need to keep expanding. 

Hydroneer is available for the PC. 

 
 

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Hydroneer is a mining sandbox game where you dig for gold and other resources to build massive mining machines and a base of operation. Use primitive tools, hydro-powered machines, and player-built structures to dig and evolve your operation in this tycoon-style progression system.

Using a state-of-the-art voxel-based terrain system, you can create cave networks, quarry pits, or even mud mountains. Discover relics of the past in the depths of Hydroneer, with better rewards the deeper you dig.

Hydroneer features a dynamic modular system for building structures and hydro powered machinery. Create the base of operations from your own design to optimise your work. Create networks of hydro pipes, control pressure. Craft resources, weaponry, and jewellery.

Rigs are large hydro powered machines used for a variety of uses, from digging resources to transporting goods.

Various parcels of land await you in the world of Hydroneer, each with their own advantages. Deeper pits, attractive scenery, and closer stores. You decide where to build your base of operations.