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first annual?? you mean inaugural
awesome idea, minimalism is always the best place to start for simulations. Less overall variables allows you to give "detail" to what remains...
Just out of curiousity, are you aiming for a commercial release or freeware? Will be following regardless.
It does sound like Anno or alot of other recent economic building games....but its usually in the fine details that make all the difference in a game experience and sets it apart from other games.
Definitely gonna download this and try it
Price is never a standalone the issue...
If the product is good then people will be willing to buy. The fact that you label a game indie or not doesn't make a difference...
I would pay 60 bucks for some of the indie games I've payed and similarly I wouldn't pay a dime on some of the big budget commercial releases
just bought the game....haven't had so much fun in ages
This game sounds great. One questions though. Is there an option for the see if we can actually "try" surviving at the expense of the rest of the planet? or a option for the oil hungry industrial (can't give a **** about the environment) redneck?
or is this a game which will just tell me, Be more greenpeace and the earth will be better off...
cake: milk + eggs in the creation board to make cake-mix....then fire it in the oven for basic cake.
basic cake + ice = ice cream cake
basic cake + apple = fruit cake
I want cake!!! ^_^
whenever they have a centralised system of distribution, it'll put a big dent into piracy (itunes for music, steam for mainstream games)....one of the reason so many ppl pirate so easily is because the torrent/usenet sites collate and categories torrents so well. I mean I'd say mininova at its prime and even monova now is set up better than steam and itunes combined.