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Node
May 20, 2001

KICKED IN THE COOTER
:dings:

Taco Defender

Can you explain the gameplay and what other games it is similar to? I love some puzzle games and hate others.

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Node
May 20, 2001

KICKED IN THE COOTER
:dings:

Taco Defender

I'm well into my first run and have 36 planets on Reasonable, but I've become stuck. I've scanned everything I can, but I just can't see any connection I can make to expand my empire. Is it possible to become stuck in this game, or am I just not seeing it?

Also, does anyone have any tips regarding research stations? I can never seem to find a place that has a surplus of a finished product.

Node
May 20, 2001

KICKED IN THE COOTER
:dings:

Taco Defender

Eschatos posted:

Well, you gotta intentionally set up your planets to have that surplus. Not particularly hard to arrange for two planets producing the research good and one producing population in an area.

I haven't gotten completely stuck before, but I have given up on a few games that might have become so, after a poor start. You could always just skip forward time and end it.

Thanks. I found a way to get a few more established colonies, but the game was nearly over anyway.

What does it mean when a product has a red padlock icon on it? I've noticed this with energy, and when you invent that technology that lets you mine asteroids for minerals.

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