The Zenith of Fallen Empires: Engineering Perfection

The Zenith of Fallen Empires: Engineering Perfection

In our quest to engineer perfection, we created Utopian worlds, worlds that redefine beauty across the known galaxy. Visitors flock to these worlds to experience these wonders of the universe, and fall in love. In our arrogance, we built Utopian cities, showed them the strength of our empire and our superior way of life. In pursuing a place on the history archives, we found ourselves at the pinnacle of societal evolution. But that was also the beginning of the end.

The Zenith of Fallen Empires: Engineering Perfection is the culmination of your empire’s ascension in a quest to create Utopian Worlds, where labour is optional and your citizens can live the rest of their lives in bliss. In engineering these wonders of the universe, Ascended Empires found themselves distracted from their original goals, giving rise to Hedonism in their society and eventual decadence. Discover the Lost Technology to build Utopian Worlds today, and say goodbye to manual labour.

Add-on Features:

  • New Lost Technology: Paradise Creation, which unlocks a new, costly, planetary decision.
  • Turn your Gaia, Ecumenopolis, or Ringworld into a Utopian World
  • Unique districts, and planetary features for each world type
  • Production Districts synergize with Automated Production Control Center from Automated Industries
  • No worker unemployment. All unemployed workers automatically become Hedonists on Utopian Worlds

Full List of Features .

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Limitations and FAQ:

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Please run this with Game Update 3.0.*

Requires a NEW SAVE to access features of this submod.

Do NOT run this mod with ZoFE 2.0 Base Mod

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English original by Kolyn.

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