Saxony’s energy revolution was so impactful that everyone wanted to start using Nucleums in their regions. Australia’s huge deposits of uranium were ripe for the taking, leading to visionaries—lured by the vast number of possibilities—visiting the continent and changing it into a new global power. Here, these entrepreneurs have to face new challenges presented by the sheer size of the continent. Fortunately, the clever use of shipping lanes will help them transport resources more efficiently than by rail and even gain access to the nearby island of Tasmania, where a mad scientist conducting his own experiments managed to replicate Elsa’s invention, which is now proudly presented as an Experimental Power Plant in the island’s capital of Hobart.


Nucleum Australia

In Nucleum: Australia, an exhilarating expansion to the immensely popular core game, players immerse themselves in the vast landscapes of Australia, endeavoring to replicate the triumphs achieved in Saxony and ignite an exuberant revolution in the Antipodes.

Type: Action Retrieval, Connections, Contracts, Network and Route Building, Variable Player Powers  
Designers: Dávid Turczi, Simone Luciani 
Artists: Andreas Resch, Zbigniew Umgelter 

In Nucleum: Australia the brand-new map not only demands seasoned Nucleum players to adapt their strategies but also infuses the game with a revitalizing energy. As veterans navigate the unfamiliar terrain, they will encounter two innovative mechanics that breathe new life into the gameplay. The introduction of boats provides a compelling alternative to the traditional use of railways, offering players a fresh perspective on connecting cities across the map. Additionally, the inclusion of Coal Mines introduces a strategic element that allows players to secure their personal coal supply. Nucleum: Australia not only caters to the seasoned enthusiasts of the game, providing them with a novel and invigorating experience, but also beckons newcomers to embark on a thrilling journey of strategic discovery in the captivating and untamed beauty of the Australian continent.