Flood The Galaxy With Profitable Meat In Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator

Don't ask where and how you got a cargo bay full of vampiric organs; just sell them for the right price.

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It's hard to place a monetary value on a person's life, but it is easy to find out just how much their internal organs are worth on the body parts stock market of Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator. In development by Strange Scaffold, the game allows you to sell everything from intestines and lungs to adrenal glands and bladders on a market where human and extraterrestrial biology is a prized commodity.

You won't even need to sell your own organs to make a killing in this cutthroat industry, although it's probably best to not think about how and where you managed to pick up a few extra eyeballs on your way to the market. The challenge in Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator is that not only will you have to read market trends so that you can become an expert in buying at a low price and offloading your stock to prospective buyers at the right time, but you'll also need to take good care of your fragile assets as well.

Organs drain and boost each other in your spaceship's hold, according to the game's Steam page, and there's even a chance that they may explode or go on a vampiric feeding frenzy if left alone for too long. You'll also have to deal with other traders looking to undercut your prices or random events such as an organ hauler union deciding to go on strike.

Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator
Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator

Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator will be out on PC via Steam sometime in 2021. For another unusual game that's far less stressful than trading ravenous organs in space, Tiny Lands also looks like a fascinating and relaxing diversion through the use of its digital dioramas.

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