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When things go Too Far, terrible Things and Unthinkable Horrors are unleashed by all the Science and the Progress – leaving the colonists in chaos and confusion from which only you can save them (maybe). Do your job well, or let it all crumble into a pile of misery – either way, in true Bureaucratic fashion you’ll be handsomely rewarded by the Empire, earning medals, promotions and titles befitting a true politician!

Clockwork Empires encourages its players to link together the mighty gears of ominous colonial megaprojects either via singleplayer, a multiplayer mode with up to four players, or via a turn-based ‘round robin’ successive multiplayer saved-game file option. Powerful Sharing Technology provides the ability to upload their creations directly to the Heliographic Aether, allowing other Bureaucrats to further diverge histories and continue building and expanding those colonies. 
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