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Post by Guest on Wed 08 Apr 2020, 17:56

Anyone have any thoughts on this game? I just started playing, seems ok to me...

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Post by The_gh0stm4n on Mon 13 Apr 2020, 01:46

wiseiam wrote:Anyone have any thoughts on this game? I just started playing, seems ok to me...

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Contrary to what I initially thought (a browser-based game?), it's actually this here:
https://store.steampowered.com/app/1176670/Townsmen__A_Kingdom_Rebuilt_The_Seaside_Empire/

I played Urban Empire a bit, which I guess is somewhat similar tho this game, though due to lack of creativity I'm not too good at these types of city-building/management games. Maybe I should give them more a try ...

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Post by Guest on Fri 17 Apr 2020, 18:15

it can get repetitive at times. so far what i've seen are different scenarios with the same buildings, people, action, noise, etc... i played one scenario once and when i completed all the quests, i stayed on. i built everything and now it just seems boring... there are plenty of scenarios tho. i'm looking into skylines, not too sure i'll be that interested but since i'm stuck at home with nothing to do but eat........ Smile

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Post by Freezer Bunny on Mon 20 Apr 2020, 00:02

wiseiam wrote:i built everything and now it just seems boring... there are plenty of scenarios tho. 

The nice thing about these Steam games is the "Steam Workshop" (on many games) where you can download and automatically install user-made content like mods, scenarios, and so forth. Gives many games more (re-) playability. Very Happy

I like those casual type of building games, because you can relax and still have lots of immersion in the game. Carlos is tha man

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