RimWorld: The colony sim is not your typical game. Rather than playing as one characterize, you are cast into the role of an AI storyteller who must decide how humanity will fare on their new home planetoid in this uncertain time period where weapons fire can be just around any corner–and even if there isn’t anything for them to shoot at yet.

About This Game:

RimWorld gives players control over their own nation. The game’s title may sound reminiscent to Dwarf Fortress due its theme and mechanics which involve managing resources across an entire colony while also striving for survival against nature itself.


The Rimrock auto-settles system means no need worry about founding new cities or constructing buildings from scratch – everything takes place within one map (but with many layers). It can get very challenging at times but there always seems like hope when finally establishing that first village.

Build your own colony and manage the needs of its inhabitants. From mood swings, to addictions- you are in charge.

Pirates, tribes and ancient killing machines are just a few of the dangers that await you in this world. You’ll have to fight them all with weapons crafted from metal or wood as well your own two hands if need be.

Guide your settlers through a variety of challenging quests to help them become more efficient in their work.

Your whole colony can also benefit from these endeavors as you trade with passing ships and caravans, form caravan recoveries for transport or protection against raiders who want nothing more than another piece off loot!


Tame animals like the adorable piglet that will produce silk thread when collectors are found – use it to make clothing patterns at home by hand; breed fish so people don’t have catch every small Flood type just because they’re hungry… And fight fires? Why sure thing that’s what we do best around here.

Whether you are looking to make your own world or explore the many generated ones available, this modding-friendly game has something for everyone.

Joe Colonist, a simple man from the backwoods of Pennsylvania was once victim to an unfortunate incident with rhinoceroses.

He lost his leg and became one those people who is slow but lucky enough not have any other disabilities or limitations in life because after all this happened there were still plenty left for him!


After being compensated by traders later on though it seemed like something inside Joe just wanted more power so he went out looking through tradesmen’s shops until finally finding what made sense both financially as well aesthetically; buying new organs which gave birth again transformed into becoming faster than ever before.



  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Core 2 Duo
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000 or other shader model 4.0
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

By Johny

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