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I finally kicked-off the new playtest for my settlement-building game! Feedback is very much appreciated.
Niruon 5 Dec, 2022
What is Circle of Kerzoven?
Circle of Kerzoven is a charming settlement-building strategy game paired with a rich simulation experience. Every animal and plant tries to find their place in nature while you lead your villagers to their future. Expand to different regions and trade with local factions to gain needed resources.

Steam page:
The first public playtest starts now on my Discord!

❓What is waiting to be tested?
1. How does the new fence & road building system feel?
2. Does the new save / load mechanic work as intended?
3. Are the new animations with the items good (transporting goods, build things...)?

Our next target is to improve the UI. If you have ideas, feel something is missing or
already good please let us know.

🎮 How do you join the Alpha Playtest?
Quite simply, you join our Discord here:

Then click on the link for the role "🎮Alpha Playtester" in the
channel "⭐︱get-your-role-here" and fill out the form.

After a few minutes you will receive a playtest key by mail.
You can activate this key on Steam and then download the «Circle of Kerzoven»
playtest and start building.
CatKiller 5 Dec, 2022
I'm not sure that such an aggressively low-poly style for the landscape elements is really serving your game well. Something softer like, say, The Colonists, or The Art Of Rally, would probably draw people in better.

I think that new games from indie developers are really going to want to consider the Steam Deck as a discoverability booster. The UI from the trailer didn't look like it would be great to use with a small screen, or with a trackpad rather than a mouse.

Well done on getting this far, and it's nice to see another Linux-native game in development.
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