TerraGenesis has already set 1 million iOS players to far flung planets, and now Android players will be getting in on the intergalactic action in the expansive space sim that uses actual NASA data to allow players to build human colonies on planets they terraform themselves.
You’ll manage every aspect of the terraforming process. Make sure that the atmosphere provides adequate air pressure and oxygen, while making sure that the planet’s ecosystems and sea levels are well balanced and able to sustain life. You might even get the chance to create your own organisms by getting clever with genes and phyla. Terragenesis gives you access to a mix of real planets and fictional worlds like Bacchus and Ragnarok. You can even align yourself with a faction. Choose the one that best suits your goals.
TerraGenesis is now also debuting its Historical Earths update, introducing even more planets to the game, as well as the ability to explore time. You’ll find these new planets are populated with indigenous peoples with whom you can interact. Building new colonies on these worlds will be quite tenuous, though, with the introduction of Worldkillers, which inflict rare disasters on your inhabitants.