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Topic Subject:A new game under development: Ancient Cities
templerlord
Pleb
posted 06-06-17 11:16 ET (US)         
It's in steam greenlight now:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=854046403

Ancient Cities is a colony builder game. And it's a very great game concept indeed! In all kinds of survival builders, we build our colony from absolutely nothing. We build empires and medeival towns from that - but for the first time, we are going to do this right. We are going to build humanity's first settlement, the very first try to settle down to the land, with out the protection of caves and forests. That makes this same game mechanism makes a lot more sense. And during your game progress, human culture grows with your settlement. You'll discover religion and knowledge, invent tools and weapons. Finally your small village will became the heart of an ancient civilization. Check the video, and you'll see those cube-ish mediterranean style houses, stacks together to create that unique view. It was the first time in the citybuilder game history, that we can have this combined house structure with vertical and angled link! And I believe it's not just me that have waited too long to see this in a game! This one makes me super excited, I'm very looking forward to it. And judging by the trailer, it has great music too!
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Pelagius_II
Pleb
posted 10-26-17 17:23 ET (US)     1 / 1       
I'm coming late to the party, but this looks like a very impressive project- thanks for pointing it out.

The graphics are especially impressive- georgeous weather and smoke effects, day/night cycle, et cetera. Must be a good way to catch eyeballs! They've had a successful kickstarter and indiegogo campaign, so it looks like they're off to a strong start.

I'd be particularly interested to see how their longer term-plans for bronze-age mesopotamia or late-neolithic/aztec-style cultures develop. Time will tell.

[This message has been edited by Pelagius_II (edited 10-26-2017 @ 05:25 PM).]

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