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Gemini Lost

Gemini Lost (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Simulation (Tycoon)
Developer: Aliasworlds

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09/22/2009

Staff Reviews

Gemini Lost review

Reviewed October 21, 2009

Sohail Saleem says: "With infinite resources you might think that this game is a builder’s paradise, but unfortunately it’s not. Surprisingly, while the game gives you the freedom to collect as many resources as you want, it does not give you the freedom to build as much as you want. Aside from multiple houses, the game only allows one building of each type in predetermined spaces on the map, which usually means that you will accumulate wood and stone in your stockpile by the hundreds with no use for them."
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