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In this simulation, the players must build and maintain their own space station and hire experts to keep the systems up:
 
In this simulation, the players must build and maintain their own space station and hire experts to keep the systems up:
[[Miner]]s, [[Engineer]]s, [[Refiner]]s, [[Janitor]]s, [[Guard]]s and [[Lab worker]]s! Ever Meeple has his own job. But like in real life, Meeple are fragile creatures, so especially in space, death lurks around the corner.
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[[Miner]]s, [[Engineer]]s, [[Refiner]]s, [[Janitor]]s, [[Guard]]s and [[Lab worker]]s! Every Meeple has his own job. But like in real life, Meeple are fragile creatures, so especially in space, death lurks around the corner.
   
 
'''Build, manage and defend!'''
 
'''Build, manage and defend!'''

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Meeple Station
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Developer(s)
Vox Games
Publisher(s)
Vox Games
Engine
Unity
Platform(s)
PC, Mac OSX, Steam OS/Linux
Release date(s)
8 February, 2019
Genre(s)
Simulation, Management, Strategy
Mode(s)
Singleplayer/Co-op/Online Co-op

Meeple Station is a game created by Stephen Lucerne and Alexander Poysky, who are "Vox Games".

The game is a cooperative Space Station simulator, primarily inspired by Dwarf Fortress and Space Station 13. [1]

In this simulation, the players must build and maintain their own space station and hire experts to keep the systems up: Miners, Engineers, Refiners, Janitors, Guards and Lab workers! Every Meeple has his own job. But like in real life, Meeple are fragile creatures, so especially in space, death lurks around the corner.

Build, manage and defend! Adjust your airlocks, fix life support systems, keep the energy going, trade and make the Meeples in space a home, protected from pirates, dangerous aliens and deadly meteorites!

Other game features are trade and exploration.

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