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Introducing - Towns

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A new game has appeared on Desura's Alpha Funding called Towns.

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Towns brings a fresh new take on the citybuilding/management genre by introducing many RPG features.
Drawing inspiration from games such as Diablo, Dungeon Keeper and Dwarf Fortress, the game has you managing a settlement on top of an active dungeon. Instead of playing the hero who delves deep into the dungeon, how about playing the town that houses and caters to the hero's needs?
Both the RPG and strategic aspects will be fleshed out over a series of sprawling dungeons.
Craft unique weapons, obtain randomized loot and build a settlement capable of holding back the forces that come up from the depths!


Looks like it could be fun, there is a Demo allowing you 20 in game days of play time, so I will be checking it out!

On first play it seems like a very odd game which desperately needs tutorials on what to do! Here...i built a wooden wall...
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Hamish Dec 3, 2011
Seems similar in concept to Majesty in many ways, only more Sim oriented than Combat. I think the two actually could compliment each other well.
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