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Towns V10 released the rpg/city builder game is improving!

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Towns brings a fresh new take on the city building/management genre by introducing many RPG features.

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They have just release v10 which includes these:
-Water control (block water, elevate water)
-New crops
-Improved memory handling
-Improving item dropping

Love this one, it's really great to see them bring out new releases with excellent new content, one not to miss for city building fans.

The developers actually gave me a copy quite a long time ago on Desura, think I need to fire it up to properly review it (would anyone be interested in a review of it?). Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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3 comments

s_d 13 Feb, 2013
Sure, go ahead.  It looks interesting, might as well!

Do you do screen recordings with audio to put up on YouTube, or would it be text and screenshots only?

I've had great luck doing screen captures using recordMyDesktop for games that are not in full-screen and are not graphically-intensive, and using OpenShot to edit them.  I still need to more knowledge and practice, but the tools make it easier :)
Yulike 13 Feb, 2013
Just so you know, the Steam version, and its demo, downloads and works fine even though the Store Page doesn't display the Tux. A review would be nice, I already own it on Steam from the Winter sale though. :P
Ba7a7chy 14 Feb, 2013
I would like to see a review also as this is my number one gaming on Linux news source
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