Have we ever wanted to puncture adult rocks, give them a sequence and afterwards fire them by a space portal? Yes? Then we’ve got a diversion for you.
The League of Lonely Geologists is a pay-what-you-like diversion for Windows by a engineer named Takorii. It’s likeness to No Man’s Sky is singular to a approach we make discoveries and name them. In No Man’s Sky, we learn planets. In The League of Lonely Geologists, you learn rocks… and other things. You can supplement some records about a rocks we puncture up, and afterwards they go to you. The rocks and records are afterwards publicly listed in a catalog along with a user name that we select during a commencement of a game.
Some users name their discoveries in a approach that sounds arrange of realistic, like Funkster’s “Greater Baphlite.” Others make jokes like PhantomBluetooth’s “Temponite” that carries a note that reads, “Unusually seductive. Wonder what it’s doing later?” Here’s my initial discovery:
Once we puncture adult a rock, toss it in a space portal during a tip of a map and something else will cocktail out. We don’t wish to contend most some-more about what else we do. It’s a elementary diversion that usually wants we to examination with a few mechanics. Plus, we have to adore a aged propagandize aesthetic.
So far, usually 733 geologists have cataloged their findings. Today’s a holiday, what else are we doing? Download a game, and leave your symbol on geological history.