Közzétéve: december 14.
The bottom line: This game has an interesting premise. Rather than casting you as the hero who goes into the dungeons in search of fame and glory, you are in charge of building and organizing the town above the dungeon where the hero rents his hotel room and buys his weapons. That said, this game really isn't as much fun as it sounds. It is an extensive exercise in MICRO-MANAGEMENT. If you can get it for REALLY REALLY CHEAP, then it's worth playing if you enjoy games like the original Warcraft (the original, not WoW!!) or Sim City. I have to say though, I am not a fan of any game where the townsfolk will starve to death if you just leave them alone for a while.
You start out with a handful of citizens and absolutely no town. Your first 4 hours of play will be dedicated to gathering food and setting up a farm so your citizens don't starve to death (which they will do QUITE OFTEN if you are not paying attention!!). Your next 6 hours of play will be dedicated to mining a few piles of rock and mud, chopping down a few trees, and building some basic workshops for your citizens to work in. Then you'll spend another 3 hours setting up a kitchen and a bakery, as well as some animal farms so your people can eat something besides apples. Only after that will you worry about building a tavern for traveling heroes to stay and eat at. And only after THAT will you start digging down into the dungeon. Digging into the dungeon and having a tavern with at least one open tavern bedroom are the requirements for heroes to start coming to your town. Different types of heroes will come based on how deep into the dungeon you are, how many people live in your town, and what type of furniture you have in the tavern bedroom. Once you do get into the dungeons, there are a ton of monsters which will probably kill everyone who finds their way down the tunnel. But there are more resources in the dungeon that you can't find on the surface, like iron, copper, silver, and gold... and you need a ton of those to build better weapons and armor for your city guards. Meanwhile, you might randomly have a Werepig go berserk on your town and KILL EVERYONE, or you might have a sudden invasion by monsters from the forest and THEY ALL DIE. But NEVER FORGET... the number one priority AT ALL TIMES has to be food production or else your entire city will starve because the citizens are as stupid as rocks.
One good thing about this game is that it is VERY EASY to create mods for it. You can mess with the amount and placement of various resources, enemies, even mountains and plants. If you want to get deeper into the config files, you can even change the number of citizens you start with, alter citizen and hero attributes, and even alter enemies to make them easier or harder.