I reviewed it in its original form, Dyson. Then we interviewed the Rudolf Kremers and Alex May, the creators. Andrew then reviewed the retail version, now named Eufloria. And we had some more questions for Rudolf and Alex, so we spoke to them again. (Oh yeah, and we recently heard from Rudolf about his upcoming project Freeman – now named StarLit.)
Suffice to say we enjoy the game, and we think you should, too. All the more reason to take advantage of a recent content update, which is being celebrated on Steam with a $9.99 sale. Additions to the game include Steam achievements, a community map pack, and support for more custom maps.
Well, there goes my afternoon.