Empires of the Undergrowth - Could this be the next SimAnt, coming to Steam Early Access?

A long time ago on the Amiga I played a game called Sim Ant; a highly addictive Ant simulation game released in 1991 by Maxis, that gave you the player control of an Ant colony, from birth, to domination across a garden and into a persons house. It was and still is, a game that I'd recommend to everyone to pick up and play. But if you can't, then it might be worth your time looking towards 'Empires of the Undergrowth', which looks like someone took Sim Ant and put it through a modern Ant Simulation blender.

Developed by Slug Disco Studios you as the player engage in strategic real-time battles with underground tunnelling, nest construction and a documentary themed campaign which are narrated from the perspective of a documentary film maker studying the ants, who offers intelligent insight into the goings-on of the colony and the undergrowth beyond. So yes, you can build mighty underground tunnels filled with ants and eggs, only to rush out from the ground to forage, survive and ultimately wipe out other ants and nasties in the area!

So look out for this one when it comes to Steam Early Access 1st December 2017, as it COULD be as good as Sim Ant!

Links : 1) Steam Page 2) Website

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