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Organs Please

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Management
Publisher: HeroCraft
Developer: TECHHOME
Release Date: 2023

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'Organs Please' Leaving Steam Early Access, Full Release In April - Trailer

by Rainier on March 22, 2023 @ 11:31 a.m. PDT

Organs Please is a satirical management sim, where you take control of a recycling factory with a twist: it recycles humans.

In the world of Organs Please, the Earth has been damaged beyond repair and humanity's only hope is to colonize a new planet. It is your mission to help create the craft that will take humans to Planet 42, while disposing of anyone you (or anyone who pays you) deem undesirable.

Can you build the spaceship on time and earn one more chance for humankind? Hurry, you only have only 30 days left!

As Overseer of a last ditch salvation effort, your job is to decide who gets to escape our dying planet in a cozy spaceship and who sacrifices (literally) their blood and sweat for humanity.

Become the best Factory Overseer and try to save humanity from itself.

Key Features:

  • Screen the visitors dying to get off the planet and more than willing to risk being turned into canned food, a pile of ash or a factory employee.
  • Manage the factory floor, construct new facilities and upgrade the research center. Resources are finite, so try to make sure things don’t fall apart before the spaceship takes off.
  • Hire staff with unique quirks, fears and prejudices. Promote hard workers and keep them pampered with improved amenities.
  • Juggle orders from competing organizations and be sure to meet your weekly quota to keep the higher-ups happy. Remember – you are alive as long as you are useful.

Currently available through Steam Early Access, Organs Please is coming to PC (Steam) on April 5, 2023.

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