After seven years in early access, factory-building management sim Factorio is finally finished enough to launch properly. Update 1.0 arrived today and developers Wube Software have removed that “early access” label, though they’re not done with patches yet. Factorio was already great in early access, plopping players on an alien planet to slowly build a vast network of mines, conveyor belts, processors, assemblers, defences, trains, cranes, pylons, and drones, until we’ve gone from chopping trees down manually to launching a rocket into space. Now it’s bigger, prettier, and more polished. It has an updated free demo too.