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Goblins of Elderstone

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Steam Greenlight About the Game Goblins of Elderstone brings a unique and chaotic twist to the city-building genre. It is more than just a city builder - it’s a Goblin Tribe Simulator! In Goblins of Elderstone, you will nurture your tiny clan as it grows to become an awe-inspiring tribe, capable of standing against the other races and, perhaps, even the gods. Rule over the chaos and feed the growing goblin war machine by raiding dungeons and villages. The gameplay is inspired by the Anno games, Banished, Stonehearth, Rimworld, and the Settlers series, but it is still very much its own legend. We love goblins, and believe that they are underrepresented in games. They deserve a city builder of their own! We have so many great ideas to add to the genre, and we would love to share the experience with you during Early Access. We hope you agree that goblins are awesome and don't always have to be the villains - unless, of course, you want them to be! In Goblins of Elderstone, the choice is yours. You can use your wisdom and industrious nature to create a trade empire. You can be the divine chosen one and lead your tribe to glory through the power of your faith in the gods. You can be a conqueror and show the world the might of your goblin forces. This is your tribe, and it is whatever you make it! Free-form city building - Goblins don’t much like orderly straight lines, so there’s absolutely no way they’ll use a grid when building. They are rebellious, but creative. As a result, buildings go up wherever desired, but neat little pathways and bridges will always be built alongside them to ensure they’re properly connected. Large resource and crafting tree - With over 30 different resources that can be gathered, crafted, traded, or stolen, your goblins will always have plenty of work to do. As a result, it’s worthwhile to invest in a few Enforcers to ensure they keep at it! Clan, World, and Divine politics - Use a combination of fast-talking, gift-giving, violence, and just the right amount of threats to keep your clans in line. Failure to do so will likely result in a fair amount of murder and potentially the destruction of your entire village. However, diplomacy doesn’t stop there. Other races, and even the gods, can be convinced to do your bidding. War, Trade, or Faith - Whether you choose to trade in violence, commerce, religion, or a combination thereof, the world will be shaped by your actions in some way or another. Scout, Raid, Trade, or Pilgrimage - Goblins aren’t really the patient, caring type. That’s why they’re better at setting fire to farms than actually growing anything. Therefore, as your tribe grows, you will need to send special teams of goblins out to explore surrounding areas in search of wealth and glory. How you deal with what you find is up to you. Will you raid and pillage the region, trade with other cities, or send Spiritual Treks out to holy sites to gain favor with your gods? RPG story moments - Elderstone is never a dull place. There are many unique tales to unravel in this twisted land. Deal with traveling strangers, evil overlords, cunning dragons, and even benevolent gods. With the writing talents of Edwin McRae backing the project (writer on Path of Exile, Bloodgate, and other amazing games), you know you’re in for quite the ride. Defend your tribe - Danger lurks around every corner. Defend your tribe from roaming monsters, pesky adventurers, and enemy raiding parties. Do a good enough job, and you can even retaliate with your own! Friends and foes - You share this land with a multitude of other races. Squishy humans, stuck-up elves, grumpy dwarves, and smelly orcs are all out there somewhere. It’s probably best not to outwardly display your disgust with them, though, as that tends to start war. If you’re willing to put up with them, and maybe exchange a few pleasantries, you could make some friends. Interesting characters - It’s not unusual to run into a few strange individuals as you explore the world. They all have their stories and motives. Some seek adventure, some may request a helping hand, and others might just be in the market for a new goblin tribe to enslave. Be ready for anything. Total world domination - Become the ultimate ruler of Elderstone by controlling critical regions on the map. Fill empty dungeons with your warriors to protect their riches from thieving adventurers, leave trade envoys in neighbouring towns to expand your trade empire, and pray to the gods at monoliths to bring destruction upon your enemies. Music by Hyperduck Soundworks Our beautiful music is being crafted by the incredible award-winning team of Hyperduck Soundworks!
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD processor, 2.5 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 470 GTX or AMD Radeon 6870 HD series card or higher
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 400 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD processor, 2.5 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 680 GTX or AM DHD 7970/ R9 280X
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 400 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Early Access Review Management is different from the usual "Civilization". The Idea is new and interesting. Need more description where to poke (even in the tutorial).
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Early Access Review Awesome game! Reminds of the brainchild of Peter Mulinier Popalous. Play on the early access so refrain from the negative so you at least do not brake the project! The Russian language is not so for beginners the game will seem quite difficult.
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Product received for free Goblins of Elderstone-Goblin tribe management simulator in very early access Full material: http://blast-games.ru/pervyi-vzglyad/goblins-of-elderstone-alpha-obzor/The Only thing now in Goblins of Elderstone Can be assessed-it's potential, and he has the game. At the moment it is a town-planning strategy, which is controlled by the principle of the simulator of God-that is, directly you do not manage your guys. In the game there will be an opportunity to fight with other races-people, dwarves, elves and Orkami (it is at least), diplomacy, both external and within the tribe, clans, who apparently can start a civil war inside your tribe, deities, military expansion, Trade and more. At least it's all in the plans. True, Goblins of Elderstone have to do a very big way to make it work, as it should, but the result, I'm sure, will be very steep. Well, I, in turn, will definitely return to the game as soon as it takes more or less final outlines and will be ready for a full review.
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Early Access Review Game certainly deserves attention. If you do not pay attention to bugs and crash, then the toy is just a class. For those who often crashes-advise to squeeze F5 more often (autosaves). Goblins of Elderstone is:-When winter lasts 3 times longer than other seasons. -When skeletons mow down 20 of your 24 goblins. -When goblins have a king and a leader, who except sleep do nothing. (14.01.18)-When in the event you choose to betray the 4th goblins altar, and instead of the reward you get the disease to the rest. -When I chose a safer place for the settlement and suddenly find a cemetery between the trees. -When You have 20 goblins you have 10 Cyril, 5 Kyten, 2 Rigerz and 3 Kairos. -When The Goblins try to find berries in winter, they go to the other side of the map and freeze to death. -When I rebuilt the settlement for several hours and suddenly you are running out of food, and all die. In general buy or not-judge For yourself, soon (hopefully) will add diplomacy, map, raids and some other aspects of the game (including Necromants and Farms). At the Moment (14.01.18) can only say that-it is better to take until it has risen. And let your goblins not freeze in an attempt to build a hut!
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