Mars Horizon Nintendo Switch tutorial – Part One

Hello and welcome to the first part in my look at Mars Horizon on the Nintendo Switch. This new strategy game adapted from their cardboard version by Auroch Digital, see’s you competing to be the best Space Agency and the first to put mankind on Mars.

In this first part, I will go over the game basics and then play through the first section of the tutorial, culminating in the launch of our first rocket…. but does all go to plan?!

0:00 Introduction
2:33 Game Basics & Menu Explanation
12:13 Start of tutorial mission
22:51 Launch time!

In Mars Horizon, you take control of a major space agency, leading it from the dawn of the space age through to landing astronauts on Mars. Guide your agency through the space race and write your alternate history of space travel – any of the agencies can be the first to land on The Moon if you make the right choices. Manage the numerous challenges faced then and now:

Stream with the developers talking about the differences in the tabletop and digital game!

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9 thoughts on “Mars Horizon Nintendo Switch tutorial – Part One

  1. SwitchedOn says:

    That awkward moment when you forget to insert an image and leave a default title image in a video….. yea… that! Apologies, I’ll try to remember the footage of the board game version I have in the next part!

  2. Mark D Johnson says:

    I love that you find these indie games that no one else is playing and spread the good word about them. I think ill definatly be buying and i wouldnt even have known about it if not for your videos. Thanks

  3. Ed Greenwood says:

    Thanks for this. Saw it on Xbox Store last night and after googling saw it was a Swicth release as well. Totally missed this game but pre-ordered this morning and awaiting the launch(!) at 2pm this afternoon…

  4. Russell Woodland says:

    How much detail is in the game, real physics like Kerbal or a bit simpler? Is this more like a simulator or management game?

    What kind of detail can you go into building? Bookmarking on my wishlist

  5. Yeolde GamerSteve says:

    A sounding rocket doesn't actually go into space or orbit. it was a rocket full of instruments and monitors and used to provide data for future launches. (I've had my eye on this game since I first heard of it. I'm just hoping it's not too "snowflakey", meaning you can have failures, screw up and even lose people if you're not careful. I feel realism is a must for a game like this.)

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