Amazing Cultivation Simulator blends Taoist philosophy with Dwarven Fortress

The name may seem a bit clunky, but Amazing Cultivation Simulator is a management game for achieving mental balance. Inspired by Dwarf Fortress and Rimworld, Amazing Cultivation Simulator has already been a hit in its native China and is now available on Steam with full western localization.

As with any colony management game, your job in Amazing Cultivation Simulator is to instruct your people to build your place of residence. In this case, it is a mythical Tiancang era cultivated sect. We recruit beginners, teach training and build schools for physical, mental and spiritual development. Ultimately, your goal is to achieve immortality.

Unfortunately, the last master was a little too far from his skis, so to get there, Taiyi Sect needs to be rebuilt from scratch. The world is in ancient danger and needs to be explored to collect the wreckage. It is all inspired by the Chinese literary tradition of Xianxia, ​​drawn from Buddhist and Taoist philosophies.

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As you expand, you’ll come across a faction of NPCs who want to be friends and protect themselves, and you’ll need to maintain a balance between good and evil in the world while looking for relics and artifacts.
If this sounds like your good time idea, you can now find the Amazing Cultivation Simulator on Steam.

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