Tharsis (2016)

About This Game

A mysterious signal originating from the Tharsis region of Mars set us on a frantic mission. Who sent it? And why? Impossible questions, but in them lie the key to humanity’s survival.

Now, millions of miles away from home, a micrometeoroid storm has left us with a severely damaged ship, two deceased crew, and the sneaking suspicion this trip was doomed from the start.

Tharsis is a turn-based space strategy game. With dice. And cannibalism. It puts you in control of humanity’s first mission to Mars, just as it’s struck by a micrometeoroid storm. You must guide your crew through disasters, food shortages, and the unforgiving nature of space — all while maintaining your sanity amidst cryptic signals and warnings from Mars.

Defy the odds, make the difficult decisions, and embark on the most important mission in human history.

  • Command humanity’s first mission to Mars in a unique turn-based strategy experience
  • A dynamic events system that ensures no two games of Tharsis are alike
  • A hard mode for those of you who want your trip to Mars to be a little more… death-filled

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Game Details

Company Choice Provisions / Choice Provisions
Genre Strategy – Turn-based – Sci-fi
Rating ESRB Rating: Mature (Violence, Blood, Strong Language)
Released January 11, 2016
Size 177 MB
Works on Windows (7, 8, 10), Mac OS X (10.10+)

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System Requirements

[Windows]
Minimum System Requirements
[Windows]
Recommended system requirements
System Windows 7 / 8 / 10 x64
Processor Intel Core i5 5xxx Processor Intel Core i7 5xxx
Memory 2 GB RAM Memory 6 GB RAM
Graphics DirectX 11 compatible graphics card (Intel HD 5000, NVIDIA GeForce 400 or Radeon HD 5000) Graphics NVIDIA GeForce 6xx or Radeon HD 7xxx
DirectX Version 11
Storage 2 GB available space
Sound None Sound None
Other None Other None

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