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Indoorlands Now in Steam Early Access


Designers will be able to build the indoor amusement park of their dreams with today’s release of Pixelsplit’s Indoorlands in Steam Early Access.

In this title, players are tasked with building, expanding, and managing your own theme park. As players progress, they’ll be able to unlock different types of halls, rides, decorations, and shops among 500 different decoration objects. One can also record and save your own ride programs.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Indoorlands – Early Access Trailer

According to Pixelsplit Community Manager Leon Jeutter:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“We have always placed great value on feedback from the community. With this game we want to go one step further and develop the game in cooperation with the community. The early access approach is perfect for this.”[/testimonials]

The game is now available for the PC, Mac, and Linux for $13.99 – you can find the Steam page here, which currently has a 25% discount. The development team stated on their Steam page that they expect to be in Early Access for the next six to twelve months.

Source: Press Release
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