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3059 (video game)
The year is 3059.
Earth has been overpopulated for ages. For the past 200 years, humankind has been seeking out new planets to colonize. Before humans are placed on a new planet, it is prepared with a basic set of roads, satellite networks, and buildings constructed by autonomous robots. You've just been placed on planet Esperenza, the planet of hope, with groups of other settlers. There is no organized authority in effect, and large cities and vehicles have yet to arrive; aliens still live freely in uncivilized areas. You have every chance to be anything you want to be.
Live long and prosper in 3059.
3059 was programmed in Visual C++ using the Allegro game programming library. It was designed and created by Jeremy Vight, who goes by the nickname Phr00t. 3059's lands, towns, items and monsters are randomly generated as you explore the world; there are no predefined scripts. Up to 10 players can play within the same world. Visit 3059's homepage below for more information, including the game itself.
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