Dyson Sphere Program Releases New Trailer With its Kickstarter Campaign About to Reach its Goal

Dyson Sphere Program Releases New Trailer With its Kickstarter Campaign About to Reach its Goal

With the crowdfunding campaign of Dyson Sphere Program nearing 100% of its funding goal, publisher Gamera Game and development studio Youthcat Games have today released the new trailer of their space simulation management game. In this brand new video, the game reveals a glimpse of the ultimate goal that players will pursue: the construction of a Dyson Sphere, a megastructure capable of harnessing the power of a star to produce infinite clean energy.

Soon the patience and investments of fans around the globe will be rewarded, with higher tier payers having beta access. Now there are only 7 days left to have the chance to access this by pledging to their Kickstarter campaign.

Despite the difficulties faced this year, the companies have worked hard and pulled together to inspire fans to invest in a game that promises to be… out of this world!


  • Create a galactic industrial empire from scratch: start with a small workshop and improve it until it spans the whole galaxy.
  • Develop your very own Dyson Spheres, a megastructure that orbit around stars harnessing all its power and energy, from the first screw to its completion.
  • Explore a vast universe procedurally generated with all kinds of celestial bodies: neutron stars, white dwarfs, red giants…
  • Build mechas to fly, sail or jump through outer space and alien planets.
  • Transport materials across the galaxy to your facilities: thousands of transport ships will flow endlessly to your factories and back!
  • Design the most efficient automated factory and production line.
  • Customize your factory and Dyson Sphere to make it unique.
  • Design a balanced power network, capable of producing energy in all kinds of power plants like wind turbines, artificial stars…
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