Adding in a ton of new content, adjustments and fixed - RimWorld 1.1 is now available in Beta to suck you back into building a colony.
Get ready to build a city with the classic Caesar III, as the developer behind the open source game engine Julius tagged a big new release.
Sweet small city-builder The Farlanders is evolving into a bigger game, with a new release now up introducing some fresh game mechanics.
Currently free as it was originally made during a Game Jam, Terra Nil is a city-builder with a difference. It's not about building a huge city or getting a big population but rather you helping nature to recover.
After a long road since the Kickstarter in 2014, Crytivo's city-builder that mixes in some god sim elements The Universim is now considered to be in Beta with a huge update.
Caesar III is an absolute classic and you can play it on modern systems, like Linux, with the free and open source game engine Julius which recently had a big new release.
Lithic Entertainment are crafting a 3rd person adventure and town-building game, Dwarrows, which they've now given a release date with same-day Linux support expected.
The Universim is already quite impressive for a city-building god sim and it's about to get a huge amount bigger next month.
After a successful Kickstarter campaign way back in 2016, Lithic Entertainment have been progressing well with their 3rd person adventure and town-building game Dwarrows.
As the small team behind the excellent city-builder Kingdoms and Castles work towards adding in rival AI, they've released another meaty update.
Seeing Nebuchadnezzar recently gave me a bit of a buzz, a city builder inspired by classics like Pharaoh from Impressions Games which I spent a lot of hours playing in my youth.
The Universim is slowly turning into a city building god game truly worth playing, with the Sky High update now available expanding the game into planetary orbit. Plus some more thoughts on the experience of playing it for several hours.
Rise to Ruins (formerly Retro-Pixel Castles) is a great blend of genres, pulling in inspiration from the likes of Black and White, Rimworld, and Dwarf Fortress to make something entirely unique.
Voxel Turf is such a unique gem that blends multiple types of games together. It allows you to run around in first-person, build a city and fight off gangs. A big surprise update just dropped too.
One that you need to firmly keep on your watch list is Songs of Syx, a city-builder that starts off tiny and allows you to grow into something huge.
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