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Topic Subject:Ymir : a caesarIII-like MMORTS
Ronchon le Nain
Pleb
posted 01-17-12 10:41 ET (US)         
Greetings,

I present you Ymir, a MMO currently in developpment (not public yet).
Roughly, picture a game like Caesar III or ANNO, but online like Stronghold Kingdoms, Travian, Ogame and with elements from Civilizations...
I beleive it would be the first real city builder online, where players get to create cities on unique big maps ( and not just a screen size where you can only place 10 buildings glued together) , and featuring a management complexity equivalent to the solo games.
Whereas actual MMOSTR games are extremely limited and basic, in Ymir you will get to create cities the size of Pharaoh, managing your population, your production, your workforce, your ressources, culture and technologies.
But in a fully online world where all your neighbours are other players : establish trade agreements, vassals, colonies, kingdoms, rise taxes, go to war and threaten the weak...

Here are some screenshots, where some elements will for sure look familiar to all the fans of Pharaoh

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The official website : www.ymir-online.eu

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[This message has been edited by Ronchon le Nain (edited 01-17-2012 @ 10:42 AM).]

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GovernorSimulus
Pleb
posted 01-19-12 04:52 ET (US)     1 / 7       
Intriguing. But my only concern looking at the screenshots is that they seem too closely zoomed-in. Will it be possible to zoom out to a larger view? Maybe 3-4 times larger? I don't mean a "satellite view," just some more buildings in the screen at one time, currently it seems a bit limited in this regard.
alincarpetman
Angel
posted 01-19-12 20:55 ET (US)     2 / 7       
Hi Ronchon le Nain,

Ymir looks very interesting, I have posted your game in a list I made in this topic here in this forum.

Maybe you have seen the Indie Game Database which is a good way to generate more interest and show the progress of your games. Please share more details if you have the time.
alincarpetman
Angel
posted 04-27-13 21:39 ET (US)     3 / 7       
Apparently Ymir Online has been in development and there has been much progress, here are some screens and the official website here.

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Good news that we have another interesting city builder game in the works.

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RavinAegis
Pleb
posted 04-29-13 07:11 ET (US)     4 / 7       
hey nice post.. best wishes for your future game product.
Sajuuk
Pleb
posted 04-29-13 11:27 ET (US)     5 / 7       
This looks quite cool

(btw, the user above this post is a spambot, see signature links)
alincarpetman
Angel
posted 05-16-15 16:25 ET (US)     6 / 7       
Ymir - The multiplayer civilization builder

"Ymir is a multiplayer game of civilization building, strategy, diplomacy and management with a stand-alone client. In this game, each player controls a faction of Pigmen living in fully persistent online worlds of dozens of players. Each world is composed of regions and each region matches a unique zone players can colonize and build a city on. This game is, and will always be, absolutely free of any kind of PAY-TO-WIN."


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"Ymir is now on Steam Greenlight.
This is the first major milestone for the project, and now more than ever we need your help to support Ymir and share this news."

Links:

Website
Forum
Facebook
Steam Greenlight
Mod Database
Indie Database

[This message has been edited by alincarpetman (edited 05-16-2015 @ 04:25 PM).]

Mazeppa
Pleb
posted 05-17-15 16:19 ET (US)     7 / 7       
Wow, what an interesting looking game.
Looks pretty awesome. :P

But I have one little concern with it, though. It's the map on the right corner. It's nothing but brown. Will it be possible to change that into a map that better represents the actual terrain of the city you're building?

But other than that, really good job.
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