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Sixty Four: A Minimalistic Simulation Game with a Cosmic Twist

Dive into the world of Sixty Four, where you transform simple machines into a thriving factory.

Solo developer Oleg Danilov, in collaboration with the publisher Playsaurus, is excited to announce that the minimalistic simulation and strategy game Sixty Four launches today on Steam at a price of 5.99 EUR | USD, with a 10% off during the first week. In Sixty Four, you will upgrade a factory in an extraordinary world. Progress to unlock new resources and machines, leading to new ways to expand and grow.

In this video you can see the game in action with more detail while listening to the developer commentary about his motivations and inspirations after 4 years of hard work.

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Key Features

Upgrade a factory in an extraordinary world. Progress to unlock new resources and machines, leading to new ways to expand and grow.

From Foundation to Complexity. Begin your journey with a simple machine generating distinct cubes. Use combinations of cubes to unlock advanced machinery and new gameplay elements.

An Evolving Factory Adventure. Your factory is not just a collection of idle machines; it’s a dynamic environment of challenges and strategy. Face new situations and discover opportunities with every innovative and abstract machine you encounter.

A Fresh Mix of Gaming Mechanics. Sixty Four combines simple yet engaging elements from idle, incremental, and strategy games. Pursue constant improvement and unravel the secrets behind messages from an unknown entity.

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“This game was once a random javascript toy about breaking cubes made of cubes, but somehow evolved over a couple of years into an actual game. I tried to make it fresh and unpredictable from the start until the very end while still being fun. And I hope you’ll enjoy it at least half as much as I enjoyed making it!” – OLEG DANILOV

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