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Rockbite Games, the studio known for Deep Town, has announced that the brand new game Sandship is now globally available for Android and iOS. If Deep Town was all about Digging deep into the crust to mine resources and constructing an underground town. Then Sandship is a Sci-fi based mobile game featuring a mega-factory that drives itself over the dry, hot, and the endless desert. If you love strategy based simulation games then this game is a good match for you!
Sandship is similar to the very popular PC game Factorio which is also a construction and management simulation game. Factorio began development in 2012 by the Prague-based Wube Software. It was released in early access in 2016, and it will be officially released on September 25, 2020. Rockbite Games’ award-winning sci-fi based Sandship was earlier soft-launched in New Zealand for Android.
Sandship is a factory management game by Rockbite and set in a post-apocalyptic sci-fi universe. Sandship is a huge and AI-based mega-factory, which roams across the endless deserts of a planet named Noranti. This planet was once a highly advanced civilization but a tragic accident forced your sandship into hibernation. The players need to rediscover the forgotten technologies and make sure to make a progressive tomorrow. The game was in the development phase from last year and after testing and getting positive responses from the audience, it is now finally available.
Some important FAQs
1. Do I need to pay for Sandship?
No, the game is available for free on Android and iOS. It is a free to play game but with the option of in-app purchases.
2. Why I am not able to download Sandship?
As the game is just launched, players from all across the world are trying to download and that’s why servers are overloaded. If you are facing an issue like game crash then please do wait for some time. The developers are already working on fixing the issue!
3. Why the official launch was delayed?
The official launch of Sandship was delayed due to the current COVID-19 outbreak. The developers were working remotely to fix all the bugs and also added new features. A beta version of the game was earlier opened for up to 150 testers. The developers took feedbacks and suggestions to improve the overall gaming experience and so the delay.