In survival game Icarus, corrupted terraforming leads to an 'interstellar gold rush'
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In survival game Icarus, corrupted terraforming leads to an ‘interstellar gold rush’

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Thirty trillion miles from Earth, the planet Icarus underwent a terraforming effort meant to create a habitable new paradise for human life. It didn’t work out. The terraforming system failed due to the reaction of exotic resources hidden on the planet, resulting in an environment that’s extremely toxic to humans. Whoops.

But among disaster, there’s profit, and the failed terraforming of Icarus has created a space-age gold rush. While the exotic minerals make the planet uninhabitable, those same resources are extremely valuable back on Earth. And since humans can’t safely live on Icarus, the goal now is to launch missions from the orbiting space station down to the planet’s surface, harvest as much of the exotic material as possible, and then get the hell out of there.

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