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Rating: 8.4 Very Good
Players: 2-4 players
Playing time: 120-71 minutes

Created by: Christophe Boelinger, Bertrand Benoit, Stéphane Gantiez, Ismaël Pommaz

Published by: Ludically


In Living Planet, each player represents one major Galactic Corporation exploiting the distant planet MYC.14.250.

Each one of them is eager to industrialize the planet and generate as much profit as possible before the planet self-destructs.

To do so, you'll have to explore the planet to grow the map. You'll manage your team to extract resources with factory buildings you've built, and trade resources at the stock market to make money.

And above anything else, you'll have to handle cataclysms generated by the planet. But cataclysms don't happen randomly, players trigger them through their actions, using their card set. Confrontation between players will take place through the planet.

Players will alternately take the leader role for each turn. Each turn follows a specific game turn sequence.

Every player will have some actions to accomplish at a turn, in the order the Leader chooses, resolving the sequence : Resources production - Action (Explore, Move, Construct, Trade…) - Cataclysms.

At the end of the game each player will earn victory points based on how much money they have and how many buildings and vehicles they control.

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  • 24 Hexagons
  • 1 Stock Market board
  • 1 Leader board
  • 25 Stock market cards
  • 4 dice
  • 4 Fate Control tokens
  • 5 Stock Market indicators
  • 43 resource meeples
  • 60 coins
  • 58 building tiles
  • 30 factory buildings
  • 12 protective buildings
  • 4 Spaceports
  • 12 Stock Market buildings
  • 4 sets of player's material
  • 5 Scientists
  • 2 Motorized Scientists
  • 10 Automation chips
  • 1 deck of 6 Planet cards
  • 1 player's help/screen
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

In Living Planet, each player represents one of the major Galactic Corporations exploiting the planet Myceliandre. Each one of them is eager to industrialize the planet and generate as much profit as possible before the planet self-destructs. …


The Active Player draws X hexagons from the Hex Deck. They show them to all the players and choose one that they can place on the map following the exploration rules:

  • The hexagon must touch either the Landing Zone or at least 2 other hexagons.

  • The newly placed hexagon must match the landscapes of all other hexagons it is adjacent to (ex: mountain must connect to mountain, desert to desert, and so on).

  • The Active Player must be able to reach the newly placed hexagon with one of their units. A Scientist can only move to the new hexagon from an adjacent one.A Motorized Scientist can move up to X hexagons to reach the newly placed one. Only one unit must be moved onto the new hexagon. If no unit can reach the new hexagon legally, then this new hexagon cannot be placed. A wounded Scientist cannot explore. …

Below you will find a detailed description of the special effect of each Planet card. Remember that each turn, only the Leader uses the special effect of the Planet card they played.

  • Once during the turn, the Leader can change the value of any die just before it reaches the Cataclysm icon.

    Although this card is revealed during step 2, the leader applies the effect right before any Cataclysm phase.

    If the Leader doesn't use this bonus effect before the end of the turn, the effect is lost. …

The year was 2755 of the new galactic calendar and the human race has narrowly avoided extinction, having drained Earth of every possible resource.

The little that remained of humanity was forced to abandon their once flourishing home planet, now left as nothing more than a gigantic, barren rock.

Traveling further and further through the vast unknown space, they explored all sorts of new planets in search of one capable of sustaining human life, rich enough with resources to last generations.

There have been numerous planets discovered since Earth was abandoned, each ultimately being exploited and used as a temporary stop in an effort to keep the search going as strong as possible. …

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