Seedship APK

Version 1.3.5 - com.johnayliff.seedship
Last updated: 2020-05-21

The Earth is gone. Find a new home for the last survivors of the human race.

Seedship apk

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Download Version 1.3.5 (10305)
Apk Size1.05 MB
App DeveloperJohn Ayliff
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.0.x and up
App Packagecom.johnayliff.seedship.apk

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Seedship is johnayliff,seedship,strategy, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.2 by 5 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit John Ayliff website who developed it. com.johnayliff.seedship.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.0.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.3.5 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 592+ times on store. You can also download com.johnayliff.seedship APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

An AI ship full of frozen colonists must find the best planet to be the new home of the human race. A randomly-generated text-based strategy game.

Push your luck: do you settle here, on this not-quite-ideal planet, or keep searching and risk your ship being damaged in the journey? The planets you encounter are randomly generated, and as you travel you encounter random events, so each playthrough is different. See the stories of the colonies you found, and keep trying for a higher score.

App ChangeLog

  • v1.3.0
  • * 5 new travel events
  • * Native civilisations have their own culture in addition to tech level
  • * Native civilisations can be planet-spanning, leading to a modified colony founding sequence
  • * New random planet names
  • * New red-yellow-cyan colour scheme
  • * Bug fixes
  • v1.3.1
  • Bug fixes

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Top male-avatar

    Whilst it may initially appear simple, the random events add a surprising layer of depth, choice and replay value. The graphics are simple, but very effective, and feel well suited for the game.

  2. Gamer Grill-avatar

    Bruh The storyline is awesome the game just needs a few improvements like changing the layout of the game as it looks outdated and I was surprised that this game doesn't have at least 1 million downloads. Edit: I just figured out it hasn't been updated since 2019 ;(

  3. Pete Johnson-avatar

    Fun,good pace,plantrary choices too brutal Bad enough that we HAVE to kill off passengers on the journey, but the arbitrary way you kill 'em after landing (the geneticist in me cringes at what THAT does to the gene pool. P.S.- It IS the only game of yours I not only keep on my phone, I had to download it twice after phone "lncidents". Suggestion, after landing, let us,(the A.I.) have some control of the activities that MIGHT get some of the colonists killed.(or not.)

  4. Grim Swift-avatar

    This game is so brutally annoying, I repeatedly rage quit when I eveeennntuuallly get a planet with intelligent life on it, die for some random yet frustratingly plausible reason and then have to start this never ending cycle of bad planets and bad luck but heck I can't stop playing this game man...self-inflicted torture man 😤😤

  5. Mahli Mar-avatar

    Excellent replay value. Each story is fleshed out just enough to leave room for some extra creativity. There are so many possible endings and so many different ways to get there. The small download size is also very appealing especially for the amount of content given.

  6. Yonatan Higgsmith-avatar

    Yonatan Higgsmith


    Enjoyable playthru of a story with many creative outcomes. Replayable to explore more concepts in the game through choices. Not one to complete. One to be entertained by.

  7. David B-avatar

    Quirky game, good for a few play throughs. I do wish it had a little more depth, and that it was possible to fail a little more dramatically.

  8. mathew lythe-avatar

    Its pretty simple and you will probably get bored of it in just a few days BUT it is still good. Don't play it to get a high score though because if you want to get over 10000 points (it is possible) you need a lot of luck as well as understanding the systems of the game. I see it as more of a random story generator than an actual game and enjoyed the time I spent playing it. But it did start to get boring quite quickly. It uses no data and asks for no permissions. Bit simple but good.

  9. Achyutan Narayanan-avatar

    Achyutan Narayanan


    Please explain to me how a planet with no atmopshere can have edible plants and useful animals. Just.. please... Also: I found a glitch where if you reload the app, the consequences reroll (so if you must choose between atmosphere scanner or cultural database, you can reroll your choices).Similarly, it is possible to reroll how much culture you get from stuff and damage. That breaks the game. I am able to easily use that glitch to get 12000+ points, when that would be nearly impossible otherwise

  10. Keagan A-avatar

    It's a pretty good game with a lot of different endings, that I'm still discovering, my only problem with this game is the [major spoiler ahead] Dictator.

  11. Justified Gaming-avatar

    Justified Gaming


    It is a fun game but I wish there were pictures for scenary, also if you get something bad you can just leave the app and get back on to revert it till you get good results, may need to fix that.

  12. Robert Becker-avatar

    I have enjoyed this game quite a lot. Its a fun little thing that is playable offline. the planets and playthroughs are procedurally generated, so each run is different. It does get repetitive, but mostly it is fun to make your decisions as the situations come to you. I enjoy the interactions with the alien civilizations and the rare events make some runs more memorable.

  13. Ray Matthew Bellen-avatar

    Ray Matthew Bellen


    I was looking for a story text-based game, then I found this app. Skeptical at first but I find it very fun to play due to the different outcomes of your decision. The only improvement I can suggest were to update the UI, enhancing touch response & adding some illustration to make things livelier. Nevertheless, this is one simple yet entertaining game that I recommend for everyone to experience.

  14. jamil mehdi-avatar

    I'm uninstalling it because it got old. It's definitely entertaining and enjoyable, but once you've experienced all the scenarios, it gets tedious. This game could have been so great if the dev decided to keep it fresh, but it's pretty obvious whomever was writing the scenarios moved on to other things. Still four stars for a good - if short lived - creatively written game.

  15. Aditya Jyoti Paul-avatar

    Aditya Jyoti Paul


    Amazing This app is unique, I downloaded it to see how such a game could be built in just 1.1 MB. It's pretty terrific. The graphics is pretty basic and expected for the size, maybe the fonts could be improved, or you could add an option for increasing font size. The credits section is amazingly detailed mentioning how this app was built, kudos for giving credits where it's due.

  16. Skinny Papi-avatar

    A simple, well written text based game. The text color scheme and open space background combined with the scripting create a perfect atmospheric experience that conveys a vague lingering theme rather than elaborate mental imagery, this is beneficial to the overall play. Plenty of replay value with the vast combination of planetary elements and ship conditions that make for the final summary narrative/scoring system. A moody sci-fi experience sure to please the true inner-nerd!

  17. cas cas-avatar

    This game would be more fun if you could get good planets once in a while. I would love to get a good score, but I always get crappy planets and / or disaster reduces my ship to junk.

  18. Eloise Arthrell-avatar

    Eloise Arthrell


    I rally enjoyy playing the game. i woud like more options for a colour scheme and graphics. I would aso like more options and a more complicated range of choices.

  19. Odezzy303 Productions-avatar

    Odezzy303 Productions


    It's actually really addicting. I love the descriptive wording and the fact you can change the background between black or white. Overall, I just find this game really fun. An added bonus is that it's very low-storage and you can see the names of all the planets you colonize, as well as customize their names.

  20. Mortus Evil-avatar

    It can be enjoyable, but the unfairness quickly becomes agitating, e.g. whenever you receive damage, it will always be at least 20 %, and when you are constant beg damaged, you will be left with almost completely failed systems, and when a scan fails, your upgrades are worthless. There are also too few opportunities for anything to be repaired. It could be improved by perhaps having some sort of permanent upgrades, perhaps purchased with the points you receive at the end of the game.

  21. Rory Barclay-avatar

    It's story based, but maybe a few visuals thrown in to help elaborate the complex scenery described in the text, or like a help screen giving information as to what some of the terminologies are would really boost this game a bit. You're encountering situations, and have to act with the knowledge you have to prolong your ship's systems, it's realistic and strongly written, but dry like a textbook in terms of the artistic freedom given with such a topic in terms of visuals that could be included

  22. Andrea Munafò-avatar

    Some updates would be appreciated. A storyline, maybe? And maybe add a better tool to clean past games scores.

  23. DAVIE-avatar

    I think it's the best phone app game as its built upon a solid story. There are loads of different avenues and twists you can take throughout the game and plenty of alternative endings. You are essentially god in control of a outer space hive containing the last of humanity finding a suitable planet for them to inhabit. Good luck.

  24. clockwork AI-avatar

    Really good story telling, wish it had more visuals and a sound track too, and more things that can happen

  25. Master Chief-avatar

    This was incredible, i but wondered what if your colonists got enough scientific data that they go more advanced then post-singularity to something like type one civilization. Also an encounter to third type civilization as they entered a system as seed ship entered, because of their highly advance culture and knowledge they give us so much culture and a planet in a lonely galaxy that colonist start to worship them cause they are just,gods for the colonists. I hope ideas make into the game.thxu

  26. Gavin Pilato-avatar

    It's really an interesting game. I can't honestly say that it is fun, (hence the four stars) but it is really intriguing and a little addictive. I have played this for about a month and I am still seeing new scenarios. It's a great game if you like space and dystopian themes!

  27. Abraham Samma-avatar

    Incredibly simple but fun game. Still play it to see how far or how low I can go and what I might encounter.

  28. Lee Dunbar-avatar

    Rather quick game play, maybe it was me, but I always died, and only in about 5 minutes. Was installed for about 2 days, then deleted it. Reinstalled it in early 2020, had much better successes. Still, not enough to keep me interested and again uninstalled it.

  29. Hannah Hendrickson-avatar

    Hannah Hendrickson


    Super interesting, but there seems to be an issue with the size of the text box at the top not sizing right, so the bottom lines of stats overlap the top lines of description. Makes it hard to play

  30. lindenl-avatar

    This game Is great and stays interesting for a while. But after a few weeks you start predicting what will happen easily. I think you should add more possible endings and more options while exploring the planets.

  31. Ian Rekar-avatar

    A very fun little game. The choices you are forced to make can actually be tough decisions and the end results are always very interesting to read. Every action you take can affect the colonists and their society.

  32. Tuxu HDS-avatar

    Love this gem. I've managed to land my surviving colonists on a planet that requires technology and resources for survival while they lack both, their descendant found their doom when their water pumps'd stopped working due to an insufficient technological level. Archimedean screw - 1 Civilization - 0

  33. Nigel Camilleri-avatar

    Nigel Camilleri


    It's a very descriptive and atmospheric game, even though I delete it after getting bored after maybe 10 hours of gameplay I always go back to it simply for the different things that could happen throughout the adventure of The Seedship

  34. Ross Lee-avatar

    Extraordinary for a free mobile game. There was effort involved. Passion for this game. No ads. No micro transactions. 100% free. And this game gives more than what you pay for it.

  35. Isaiah Jones-avatar

    Guide to get score +11k... 1. If landing gear is below 90% quit & restart, you'll lose a lot 2. If colonists are below 800, quit & restart. Colonists directly affect your score AND your culture, and you'll lose a few after landing 3. If science is below 85%, you MIGHT want to quit & restart. I say "MIGHT" because a lot of events can boost science 4. ALWAYS avoid planets with poisonous plants, dangerous animals, dangerous ruins, or a native species with a BAD culture (EX: warring states)

  36. James Murray-avatar

    Reminds me of old text based games, without having to guess exactly which weird the game is looking for. Fabulously well thought out and written; absolutely recommended to fans of old-school hard sci-fi.

  37. A Google user-avatar

    Bloody good! Currently played through several times; it's like you can make each play through last as long as you want (or until the ship can no longer continue.) Like the fact each play through is random and each outcome is different. You can see the dedication and pride that has gone into this! The only that I would change would be: to be able to manage the community a little as they disembark, although the this would contradict your position as the AI. Well done! Keep up this level of hard work!

  38. Anu B-avatar

    Absolutely adore this game. It deserves so much more recognition!!! Such a simple prose but the weird part is that it never gets boring. Downloading this again for the 3rd time 😅

  39. A St J-avatar

    Great concept and execution. Game is almost entirely text based, but it works well with the premise. Good replayability and enough well written random events to keep it interesting. Easy five stars.

  40. Ali Habibnia-avatar

    A creative game with minimum graphics. It proves that a great game is not necessarily dependent on shiny graphics and complicated game play. I wish we can play next versions with more options and destinations.

  41. Short Tails Of Bella The boxer-avatar

    Short Tails Of Bella The boxer


    Fun game that you can play offline whenever you're bored. It's just gets a little repetive after a while, and the situations you run into will have more or less the same outcome. Other that this, great game.

  42. Zachary Wilson-avatar

    This is a fantastic text-based game; I often find myself playing it whenever I have the freedom to do so. It has minimal graphics, but I prefer it that way because otherwise the game becomes too distracting. The fact that the game is purely text based allows for your imagination to run wild with what the planets look like, etc. My favourite bits are when the Seedship comes into contacts with alien signals. All-in-all it is a great game and I'd love for you to add more scenarios in the future!

  43. bumpelsnake-avatar

    It's very intriguing and unique, although the probabilities are messed up and far from realistic. First off, the more you travel, the less probable your people will survive, which is kind of strange when you find a perfect new homeworld. It so happens that I tested 20 times in a row to just colonize the very first planet and every single time they survived even with the worst conditions. I tested 15 games with a voyage of at least 10 planets where the colony conditions were almost perfect, as in no red parameters and maximum two yellow parameters, and 13 out of the 15 colonies got extinct post-landing. Secondly, the stories of surviving colonies are sometimes far beyond realistic, with humans with sophisticated stone and wood tools (where does the wood come from?) on a planet without an atmosphere, without vegetation and with extreme temperatures. How is that possible? This definitely needs to be fixed. Therefore minus one star.

  44. Jason Clements-avatar

    Great unique game. The graphics are basic, but this kind of game doesn't need much and makes it a little charming. It's often about managing a bad situation.

  45. Drake Mcfee-avatar

    I love the premise and the game worked well and was very intuitive and quick to learn. Sadly the game is equally fast. As in its over, literally you can play the game begining to end in less then a minute or two. Which is really sad as I truly love the concept and this is the only phone game ive found that pulls it off. Please make a sequel or an expansion, I think itd be great, just more of the org with more depth, variables , choices and outcomes

  46. Fire Dude-avatar

    I love this game not just because of its beautiful simplicity but also for its realism as far as the details on what happens when certain things go wrong, the technological terms like the solar sail and the research probes, and I especially enjoy the journey aspect of it. This game is so descriptive that I can see what is happening in my mind just like a movie. Overall, props to the designer for making this happen.

  47. A Google user-avatar

    Although each playthrough is considerably short, this game is undemanding of your time, and certainly tests your decision making. It's no AAA thriller, but it's certainly fun, and 100% free - a combination that rarely appears in most other free games. I'd recommend it to anyone who doesn't want to spend their spare minutes browsing social media, and instead wants to do something short and fun, minus the commitment most other games demand.

  48. ThePhantom X64-avatar

    Great text-based game I've played. A must try for those who want to learn or see what happens next.

  49. Charles Bryan-avatar

    It's pretty good for a very lightweight (≥5MB) game. It's a text-based and decision-based game, doesn't require a lot of time to play it. Would recommend.

  50. That one gay kid-avatar

    That one gay kid


    This game really is great, a little but I would recommend it to anyone looking for a genuinely fun game to kill a few hours

  51. Hendra Todo-avatar

    Very smart idea to create a simple game play so it can be played even by me who didn't know anything about space thing. Very entertaining even only with a text without any complex user interface. I think it need more language options, cause i have a friend of mine who didn't understand English very well, if u think it would be hard to realized, we might offer a help to be a translator. Good job dev

  52. A Google user-avatar

    It's a good game to play when you're bored, but I feel like it's limited when it comes to events. There's not enough of random events or possibilities and what events it does HAVE repeats. I like how every event is a give and take sort of deal. There's a lot of potential here, especially in the random events in space, but there's still something lacking. I think it's stimulation? I'd also like settings for changing difficulty. It feels like I'm playing on easy mode.

  53. Nicholas Jarak-avatar

    It was fun and quite interesting. Enjoyed reading the details of each situation, but replayability feels limited. Patterns become apparent. Your success is largely out of your control. The longer you play the more beat up your ship becomes and the lower your score. Ship damage is mostly inevitable. Much time is spent simply directing damage. So you are best off if you find a planet quick, but planets are pretty random until you improve your sensors to better filter through them.

  54. Zach Vendetta-avatar

    Very much enjoy the game, but the content only goes so far. I think the biggest replay value is not that everything can be unique, but that there are things i haven't yet encountered that just occasionally pop up on my journey to a distant planet. I would suggest having a bit of variety in endings, specifically geared toward higher than 100% science. Any time I end with higher than 100% science the description is always just: "They reach a level of technology beyond what they left behind."

  55. Adi Satya-avatar

    This is a wonderful game. The concept is really awesome and the fact that it's minimalistic makes it great. It's really fun to pass time and I've really enjoyed playing it. It also hardly occupies any memory of the device. However, like everything, this game also has it's shortcomings, and I'd like to see the following changes: 1. Have a bit more variation coz the game starts getting repetitive. 2. Have more default names for the planets coz the same names get used over and over again. Keep It Up

  56. Edward Richtofen-avatar

    Edward Richtofen


    I love this game but i have one request. Please lower the chance of encountering the choice that makes you delete scientific or cultural information. It seems like every time i am just about ready to fund my colony, that choice pops up. Please lower the chance of that happening. I am sure that me and many more players would appreciate that alot. Thank you for your time and effort.

  57. A Google user-avatar

    Fantastic game! There could be more options (sometimes I know exactly what the outcome of a decision will be). Maybe I didn't find them yet, but so far there are no advanced civilizations with whom to interact with (only their drones or abandoned structures). Edit 1: yeah, I found the advanced civilization. I hope the devs keep adding more options, but this is easily my favorite mobile game!

  58. Lavi Darling-avatar

    A very lovely game. A delight to play. Takes about ten to fifteen minutes to play through. Not a ton of replay value, but certainly interesting enough to play through 5 to 15 games in my opinion. It's fun to play with friend. I like to narrate the story and let a friend make the decisions. Different people make very different decisions so it's fun to see what happens to the humans with different people being the AI captain.

  59. Daniel Hildebrandt-avatar

    Daniel Hildebrandt


    The randomness of the encounters and planets leads to replayability, but it also removes any bit of skill from affecting the outcome. It simply becomes hoping for a good planet while redirecting damage between the ship's critical systems. I love the concept, and the minimal design works well, but I can see how some players get tired of it quickly.

  60. Jenna Heisser-avatar

    I love this game! The story is so detailed, and you can end up with such beautiful (or tragic) results. The possibilities of what you can encounter flying the seedship seem endless. I'd recommend this to anyone, I even read my sister the storyline and let her make choices and she enjoyed the "demo" version haha

  61. Max Noswal-avatar

    Amazing game, no crashes, always finding new scenarios, but could you make a game of the humans creating their world (all the stats like gravity and water are randomized), thank you!

  62. Sébastien Thill-avatar

    Sébastien Thill


    All over a fine game. Controls / interface could be a little better. For instance I had an event where the text and the first two choices filled my screen, an not hint to the third option below which I happened to notice by chance. Some planet descriptions do not match with the statistics. I do understand it is randomly generated, but detecting some of these and adding a little more flavour text should not be too complicated. And lastly some kind of online ranking would be nice, just to see how well my colonists did.

  63. Costanza Bronzo-avatar

    Costanza Bronzo


    I think Seedship is a very fun and addicting game. It's totally random, which means every play session is exciting and unpredictable. There are also a lot of different options to choose, so it never gets repetitive. I had played this game in the past and enjoyed it, but the new upload made it even better. I'll probably download it again every time new features are added.

  64. Justa Girl-avatar

    Love this so much! exactly what I was looking for. Love the interface, the basic design and colour scheme (reminds me of the old DOS games) I really like the way it reads. Simple and informative, with at times, very emotive choices. I'm a new player, but noticed there have been updates and additions! That makes me super happy. I really look forward the future of Seedship :)

  65. Jonatan Rydén-avatar

    Gotta say, I can't recommend this game hard enough. It's a magnificent example of interactive storytelling. Its intuitive and simple, yet so engaging and emotional. It's easy to pick up and play, one playthrough can go fast, and it's virtually infinitely replayable, since you can always get a better score at the end.

  66. Domonic Vanheuklon-avatar

    Domonic Vanheuklon


    Such a great game, and after playing it for a long time a came up with a idea for seedship 2. It takes place on a randomly generated planet, the one the seedship landed on. You have to manage your colony by making decisons like: govenment, trading with the natives if the planet, go to the moon, explore other planets in the system. I hope this helped you get ideas for a future game or improve a game in development.

  67. Helen Oberlies-avatar

    I love this game. It kinda reminds me a bit of Oregon Trail for space. I would love some updated events and maybe some more sci-fi events and planets.

  68. deep kasana-avatar

    A really good game, offline and it's also enhance our decision making. Thanks to the developer for providing such a good game under so less space.

  69. Ted-avatar

    Something really stuck with me while playing this game. My Seedship had been travelling for a while when some ice fragments hit my ship. Would I let them hit the Scientific or cultural database? I let it hit the scientific database and eventually found a planet with a native alien species. The natives had an information-age tech level and their government was a democracy. Because I had saved the cultural database, the aliens were able to understand my colonists. They ended up helping us survive.

  70. Paramjit Thakur-avatar

    Paramjit Thakur


    Its a perfect .. game combined with full of imagination ... But imagining make all the time irritating ... U need to add pictures ... Along with text ... Make this game full of colourful adventures .. . . . So please...... Update this Game i need to see it with Pictures......thats all Deserves 5 Stars..

  71. Tri Dot-avatar

    Good game, wish there were a bit more variety of events and outcome description.

  72. Spectrei-avatar

    The game is really great, I absolutely love it, it has great writing and is just generally fun; especially when you succeed. However, After playing about 50 times, the writing gets repetitive but IMO (its acceptable for such a game but still). Hopefully in the future we get even more story! Also is there a way to make the first few planets have better qualities?

  73. Wyatt Deverell-avatar

    This is by far the best game on my phone. The gameplay is challenging and it does have some replayability. Events are random and as such create a varied sorry each time. The game can get boring after repeated playthroughs, but it has a lot of potential. Overall, more events could be added, though that will happen as the game gets updated.

  74. Goosleg-avatar

    There is only ever one word that can describe this game: "Phenomenal". It's an absolute masterpiece and an absolute pleasure to play. There are a few minor drawbacks, however. 1) The graphics are perhaps a little too simplistic. This doesn't affect enjoyment, but it might be too...retro.. for new players. 2) There are many events that are posted in various Seedship communities that have never occured to me, and I'm a bit miffed. Something like a "Coincidence" gamemode could be implemented.

  75. Cody Virgin-avatar

    Great game to play to pass the time or just to see the different endings you can get one of my favorites is meeting the advance aliens that lead to living in a simulation. I applaud the developer(s) for the imagination for the possibilites you can get. Only suggestion I would make is one I've seen other people point out it would be interesting for a couple of images especially one that shows what the world you colonized may look like.

  76. Alexander Nightroad-avatar

    Alexander Nightroad


    This game never stops giving. I've played it hundreds of times now and everytime i think ive seen every scenario, a new rare scenario generates that ive never seen, and that scenario has multiple outcomes. My highest score so far is 11,000. I know some people have hit 14k so that means there's plenty more to explore of this game yet! This game is a real masterpiece. I hope the dev further builds upon this universe and adds even more. I don't want there to be an end to the possibilities. 10/10

  77. Thomas Severn-avatar

    I can and do play this game constantly. I love the idea behind it, and the text based simplicity is an absolute pleasure. 10/10 would reccomend

  78. Craig Mcnish-avatar

    Fantastic idea, but the game is way too shallow; after half a dozen games, picking both the best and potentially worst options, it still only last about 5 minutes a time. I expected to be participating in the building of a new world - instead you get a paragraph telling you how society turns out and that's it, game over. Such a shame because the idea holds a lot of promise. Or am I doing something wrong?

  79. Dysprosium66-avatar

    It is a great text-based strategy game. I love the gameplay, and the many different possibilities for planet colonization. My only suggestion would be more extended interaction with aliens (When matching speed in space). It would also be nice if I could make choices for humanity once it has landed, but it makes sense that I cannot.

  80. Eggsandbaconpancakes-avatar



    Its a fun game and I really enjoyed playing it but if I had one problem it would be that some events (such as stoaways) seem to be really rare for what they are I'm not sure if this is just my luck or if there is a certain chance things will happen but I think it would make the game less repetetive.

  81. abigail calanog-avatar

    abigail calanog


    Stimulates the imagination. The scenes depicted are very absorbing, as if you are really there exploring the universe in zero gravity and humanity depends on you. The most thrilling part is you don't really know what might happen and what you might discover. Though some endings were frustrating, esp. when I encountered accidents, asteroids, etc., it was still fun. I play this for hours. Thanks for the great game! Pls create more upgrades and variations to the story

  82. Joe Trusnik-avatar

    Very well-balanced text-based game with a smart premise. Enough randomness to keep any single strategy from being the universal best play, but enough consistency that the fundamentals hold true. Since the last patch, it feels like the alien civilizations became extremely common, which is probably a matter of taste (not a fan), but the core game remains strong.

  83. Carter Walters-avatar

    I think game is a great experience. I took the first time I played very seriously and really put myself in the role of the AI trying save as many as possible. After a long while my ship was run down and only just hobbling along. Since i had sacrificed so much of myself i had a hard time judging the planet, which was settled by the people I had carried there. I watched powerless as the natives of the planet started to war with my people and the game ended with them being enslaved. What a journey!

  84. Philip Becnel-avatar

    Really fun and unique. The scoring system gives me motivation to continue playing, despite how short each game is, and so far it hasn't gotten too repetetive. More variety in the problems and choices you must face would make it more interesting, however. I'm not sure how that could be done, but black holes, radiation, and asteroids are getting a bit boring. EDIT: Since writing my original review, I've spent more time playing and have encountered a lot of things I'd never seen before. 5 stars!

  85. Richard Williams-avatar

    Richard Williams


    This is a really fun and imaginative game. It just goes to show what good dialogue and a little imagination can achieve. I like the fact that no decision is ultimately right and any planet, even if it has good resources, is not always best. The pressure as you decide whether to continue on with the journey, weighing up each choice or whether to carry on is believable...

  86. Kit Walker-avatar

    As text-based interactive fiction, it does alright. It's written well, and there are reasonable choices with resulting outcomes. The primary complaint is that it's short with little to do. You find a planet, and if you don't like it, you move on. Keep doing that until you find a planet you like, then the game ends. It's great for what it is; there's just not much to it.

  87. Quinn Whiteley-avatar

    I wish this was a tiny bit more complex. Like maybe it explored you actually making choices to help your colony survive on the planet chosen. Maybe have some sort of sanity system for your character. Considering its possible to kill many sleeping colonists, I believe it would take a toll mentally on my character. Please develop this app more and explore more possibilities. It's pretty good and fun now, but if you just take that extra step. This could be a really great app and I would definitely pay money for something a little more complex.

  88. Caeli Jollimore-avatar

    Caeli Jollimore


    While the lack of variety hurts replayability beyond your first ten or so flights from a doomed Earth, Seedship is still a clever little game that succeeds spectacularly at what it set out to accomplish. It is well served by a tight focus and its adherence to the core theme of tempering curiosity and hope against the need to sow the last seeds of humanity somewhere they will flourish.

  89. seeker of darklight-avatar

    seeker of darklight


    every time I play this I feel like I'm one step closer to solving mysteries, I've communicated with aliens ships, found dyson spheres, had aliens on my ship, discovered terraformed planets, shared knowledge and even communicated with people on planets through signals being sent to space and eventually ended up seeing the edge of the universe which had a whole light and darkness thing going on. This game is amazing and I hope to discover more.

  90. Sayanta Ganguly-avatar

    Sayanta Ganguly


    Need more game like this. This game needs to be more interactive. I enjoy playing this game. Kudos to the creator.

  91. Alan Stringer-avatar

    Hands down the best game I have ever downloaded from the Play store. I'm a huge fan of roguelikes and similar genres, and this scratches that itch in a fun, easy to learn/hard to master sort of way. My non-gamer girlfriend even hogged my phone for almost two hours after playing this for the first time. Give it a shot, you won't regret it!

  92. penni mar-avatar

    fun game love the story and enjoy the planet Hunting and the surprise thing's that you encounter in space...but it's missing something to keep the game running longer. after few planets the ship is usually getting useless broken and more so I can never find the perfect planet . but developers thanks for all the hours I got to spend in this awesome game thanks

  93. Mr Skrufflez-avatar

    Was fun, but eventually, everything got monotonous and repetitive as I found most or nearly all the endings or decisions, personally, I would suggest, giving some of the planets more story by making some planets describe and have you make choices to lead the civilization to its climax then its downfall, making a full circle to the beginning of the game

  94. Die of the Beholder-avatar

    Die of the Beholder


    I loved this. The writing is crisp, the ideas are fresh, hold the mayo, perfect sandwich. There might be a limit to how replayable it is after a point, but that shouldn't count against it because such is the nature of this sort of game. Dev, please make more games.

  95. ExoSoldier-avatar

    Great app, but one thing that could br improved is how the game is too easy. i would love to see a difficulty menu, where i can make the game more challenging. I would also love if there were more random events, as it adds more fun to the game. Overall, its a great game but what would make it better is a difficulty menu, and more events. :) thank you!

  96. Davion Fuxa-avatar

    I enjoyed this game for the 'brief' time playing it, but emphasis on the brief is definitely needed. This is a game with a lot of replayability but one will likely go through a run rather quickly. There doesn't really seem to be any fail conditions - though depending on how well you did you get a score. It is worth noting that this game is heavily lucked based but that is part of the fun. In many ways I also feel like this would be a game that could be just 1 part of a full game.

  97. Surrey Jones-avatar

    A short game, but an effective one. You feel a little nervous making different choices. You hope that you've done well and that your colonists will still have the tools they need to finish their journey and live well. And it's satisfying, those times when it works out at the end of the game. That's pretty good for a purely text-based game that lasts a few minutes for each playthrough. Excellent work! PS: Love the little graphical touches, like your readings flickering when they come online.

  98. Epson Kik-avatar

    I just love the concept and the execution of this game! The atmospheric writing style really drew me in. Relatively more simple compared to the best of the heavily narrative Hosted Games and Choice of Games games I've played in the past, but it's just as fun. Just had a single playthrough of this so far, but I'm certain I'll enjoy the rest of what I'll play of this. This game reminded me of why I love text-based CYOA games so much, as it is a good example of the genre. Thank you.

  99. Sun Bro-avatar

    I love the concept of it and the story, while short, really is fun to read and go through... but the thing about that is that it feels more like a random simulator that doesn't really give you much control for the future after landing on said planet. A simple suggestion I would reccomend would be to have there be a little game after landing where you have to manage your crew and help the survive and flourish. Fun game all in all 10/10 would try again

  100. jim shrestha-avatar

    The idea behind the game is very interesting and the results are almost infinite. Though more events and encounters could've been added