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Sep 21, 2011 | 4:08 PM EDT

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At the rise of a medieval town ye stand. Place the pieces wisely. Gather your peasents and work fast.

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EDB2EDB2

Rated 5 / 5 stars

interesting concept

This is a really unique concept. I really enjoyed it so I hope you improve upon it and release new versions of it down the road.

I would like a 'no time limit' option, just to see what I could create if given the time. To see if I could possibly even finish the frame.


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Cryogenesis4Cryogenesis4

Rated 2 / 5 stars

A game of slow randomness

Pardon my critical mood, but...

The first impression I got of this game was that it's a strategy game with some economic focus. What threw me off is the random nature of this game.

I am at the mercy of the random tile generator. I am at the mercy of my peasant's aimlessness. Luck can create its own strategy, but this game didn't pull it off right to really pass of as a strategy game. I do well in this game if and only if the Random Number God is in a good mood.

It might be a good idea to add a "special order" feature so you can get the exact tile you need in exchange for some resources. That way, luck can create its own strategy: "Do I hope I get a good tile, or spend some of these since I need a really specific tile?"

Also, I find it unnecessary that I have to wait a few seconds after clicking an object to continue to either use the item or go back to the game. I hope the purpose of that was not to force-feed ads to your players.

I also don't think this game would be all that fulfilling if I ever get far enough to build a mill. Yeah!!!! A pat on the back for getting a big number at the end of the game.


NEDER-IT responds:

You are in a critical mood. Ask a Julia Roberts fan to watch a Rambo movie and probably they won't like it. I feel that you just totally hate the concept and you started digging for arguments. However you have a good point on the God of Random. At my knowledge this is quite an original concept. It was hard to get it working as a game. Earlier versions were plain awefull. Keeping this game interesting kinda made me feel the God of Random was the way to go. I'll take all critics and forge it to a newer and better version of this concept. We're all here to learn. Thanks for the info.


EkomsEkoms

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great Game

Loved the game awesome concept just wish you could rotate the pieces using arrow keys


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magoo1142magoo1142

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hell yes

The tits were nice.