Minimum requirements

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: i5-3570 3.4 GHz 4 Core
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Dedicated graphics card, GTX 770 2GB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Minimum requirements may change through Early-Access
Indie, Simulation, Strategy, Early Access

23 Feb, 2021

Curator review

This is an amazing designed and created 3D Sci-Fi themed game that has an awesome story-line and even awesomer game-play. You and the whole family will have hours of fun with Eli on the moon.

Full review

LithoBreak is an incredible 3D Sci-Fi game that combines a captivating story-line with engaging gameplay. Set in the Aristarchus star system, you play as Eli, a rogue inventor and scientist determined to restore balance to The Verse.

Eli's mission to deliver control of humanity's future back to the people takes you on an exhilarating journey through space. With threats from both corporate forces and explosive experiments, Eli must manage and protect his space station while striving towards his goals.

Play with Science

LithoBreak offers a unique simulation experience where you'll build and develop your moon mining operations using realistic science terminology. Replicate proper chemical reactions and experience realistic engineering as you navigate the world of moon mining.

Mine with Engineering

As a deep-space moon mining mastermind working on the next big thing, there are hundreds of part types at your disposal across dozens of mining sites. Concentrate chemical substances, combine them into materials, manufacture parts from those materials - be mindful that different materials yield different quality parts!
The durability of parts deteriorates over time; use higher quality components for long-lasting performance.
Every material processing technology is built upon scientific principles and real process technologies ensuring authenticity.
Your skills in sifting ceramic powder by density while maintaining elemental conservation will be put to the test in energetic thermitic reaction processes.

Travel with Orbital Mechanics

In LithoBreak, everything, including the station itself, is part of an orbital mechanics simulation. The orbits of moons, planets and stars are accurately depicted while transferring materials between sites utilizes this mechanic for movement and travel times.

Explore with Physics (in progress)

LithoBreak offers true-to-life sized moons to explore either on foot or in vehicles across each episode. You'll have the opportunity to build your own base on the moon's surface or in orbit using orbital mechanics to move materials between mining bases and space stations.

LithoBreak is not only visually stunning but also boasts a powerful story brought to life by Julie Ann Emery's creative storytelling. The lead gameplay development by Christian Moe ensures a seamless experience backed up by his expertise as a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering.