Dev Diary 5 - It's a Mystery! By Boian Spasov from Haemimont Games

Dev Diary 5 - It's a Mystery! By Boian Spasov from Haemimont Games

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Hi, everyone! In today's short and sweet dev diary I will talk about the mysteries - our way to inject a little bit of story within the sandbox game, to introduce additional challenges for your developed colony and to make each playthrough different!

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Our mysteries are long epic scripted sequences of events that tell an interactive and often fantastic story. Only one of the several available mysteries can be active during each game. You will be prompted to choose which one at the start and you can also opt to play a random one. Even though the mystery is chosen this early, it will not start until much later, usually, after you are done with the early-game problems and have developed your colony for several hours.
Without going too deep into spoilers territory, let's just say that mysteries more often than not are centred on strange phenomena and alien artefacts. Clarke's Rendezvous with Rama was our first inspiration, specifically the theme of encountering and exploring what is not only unknown but also possibly not entirely knowable.

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As you can see in the screenshots, the mysteries are the one feature where we let our imaginations run wild. While we are committed to keeping the core gameplay plausible and realistic, we also wanted a place to tell more fantastic stories, a way for us pay homage to the "fiction" aspect of the sci-fi genre. While we are aware that some players will prefer to keep the things more grounded to reality, with the mysteries being optional, they can always disable them for a more realistic experience that focuses only on Mars colonization.

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Mysteries are so much more than text windows telling a story, though. Each mystery features unique visual and gameplay elements and some of these have a dramatic impact on the playthrough. Again, I will try to avoid specific spoilers, but in very general terms, here are just a few the unique elements that can be introduced by a mystery:

  • Interactive objects in the world that affect your colony
  • Visual changes in the environment
  • Buildings with unique visuals and gameplay effects
  • New disasters
  • New technologies
  • Colonist traits
  • Changes to existing gameplay mechanics - e.g. forbidding contact with Earth or altering drone behaviour
  • Anomalies with unique effects
As a genre, city builders tend to become a bit repetitive mid to late-game, especially after several games when you have familiarized yourself with all the mechanics. The new features of the mysteries aim to break this monotony, introduce unexpected challenges and give a different spin to each playthrough.

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Playing through a mystery takes quite a while even on the fastest game speed. The narrative sometimes branches and mysteries often have more than one possible ending. Based on the length of the average playthrough, we honestly expect that many players will not experience any of the endings and we are perfectly ok with this. Still, if you have persisted and "won" the mystery, you will also receive a reward for your efforts, such as a permanent benefit to the colony or a breakthrough technology that would've otherwise been unavailable. Personally, I hope that you will find your journey through the mystery even more rewarding.
 

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Very cool. I am curious if the Mars chronicles was a basis for any of the mysteries
 

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Exciting! The Power of Three, will that involve witchcraft? ;-) ON MARS? Woah!

The Dredgers sounds potentially scary. I think I'll go with that one first...
 

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This is really cool to see some of the potential Mysteries! I am very tempted to start with one of the hard ones when starting my first game!
 

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I think it would be cool if you could also choose Random but just for a difficulty setting, i.e. Random (easy), Random (medium) or Random (hard). Especially for the first playthrough when I may want to just go for Random (easy).
 

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Thoses black box remind me of the Doxtor Who episode "the year of the slow invasion", very good!

Imagine, you make a base called "Bowie One" ;) and have this mystery? Great stuff incoming.
 

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Shouldn't this be Dev Diary 5?

I like the idea of freshening up the mid-game. That's definitely where city builders start to drag as a genre. I'm curious whether or not there is an endgame though - a set of victory conditions, or reaching some natural limit to your construction? Or is that entirely up to you when to say you're done?
 

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I hope one of the mysteries is a terraforming event chain, it would be the gravy on my Elon Musk fan-fiction.
 

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I like the idea of freshening up the mid-game. That's definitely where city builders start to drag as a genre. I'm curious whether or not there is an endgame though - a set of victory conditions, or reaching some natural limit to your construction? Or is that entirely up to you when to say you're done?

Mysteries have a narrative conclusion in fact they often have multiple possible outcomes which have different gameplay consequences. However they are not a victory or end game condition - the game is open ended. It is up to you to decide when you done.
 

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many players will not experience any of the endings and we are perfectly ok with thi

Are you sure?

Would you compare these to the event chains in Tropico like Penultimo and the asylum or the fish people, and the narrative chains in Stellaris?
 

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Without spoiling anything too much, do we have any Mysteries that might be Horizon Signal-esque to use a Stellaris comparison? (i.e. cosmic ineffable horrors)
 

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Will the elves responsible for these situations be viable targets for extermination with extreme prejudice?
 

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Nice can't wai!

I'll have to get the SCP Foundation to handle the anomalies though.
 

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Which one is the cubes mystery?

Seems to be the focus of pre-release let’s plays (which is good as it reduces spoilers) :)