And while the game is easy to pick up and learn, expect a complex simulation. There are many ways that you can solve climate change and reduce pollution in the game. But it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the more carbon emissions your produce, the more extreme events you will have to deal with it.
Players will need to balance a number of different areas to battle climate change including social reforms, the power-generating industry, ecological policies, and scientific advancements.
So there are many ways to advance and play. For example, you can try to transition away from fossil fuels as fast as possible, or you can try to focus first on technology that can capture carbon instead.
There are many different ways to play because the in-game world reacts to your choices. For example, more emissions mean floods sea heatwaves. So it may take more than a few runs to find the perfect combination to steer the world to victory.
Since this is a card game, there are more than 120 cards. Each one focuses on areas like inventions, laws, social advancements, or industries. The cards were designed on the basis of real-world climate science.
Along with using the cards, randomized world events will occur while you play. Many times, those will force you to adapt your strategy. You can add all of the cards to a game encyclopedia to view.
Designed for the iPhone and all iPad models, Beecarbonize is a free download on the App Store now.
There are no subscriptions are in-app purchases.