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SAELIG

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SÆLIG(Old English: blessed, fortunate, prosperous, happy)
880 A.D.
England.
At its core SÆLIG is a trading and management game centred around the accumulation of wealth, and the prosperity of your household. You will be in charge of managing the life and affairs of a young Anglo-Saxon in the kingdom of Wessex, a kingdom at constant war with Vikings. It is in this world that you must find a way to thrive, and make a name for your family.
SÆLIG also incorporates many role-playing and simulation features, including: relationships, buffs, skills, health, missions, needs, character based interactions, and direct character control.
There are numerous ways you can live your life, each one brings both risk and reward
Find love, and start a family.
Start a business, hire workers, and produce the goods that people need, as well as luxury items.
Make your fortune by trading between towns.
Head a gang of thieves and take what you want.
Sabotage your competition and monopolize goods.
Accept and carry out missions to deliver goods around the map.
Some other key features
A living, breathing world, where each character is trying to survive and prosper.
Each character has their own life from start to finish and has the potential to shape the world around them, just like you.
Live through several generations – when you die, you can continue as your one of your children.
Dynamic seasons and weather that affects the world around you.
Lots of different types of buildings to purchase and upgrade.
Fires and diseases have the potential to not only decimate your home, but also towns and villages all over the map.
Living economy - nothing simply exists, everything is made and consumed by the population.
SÆLIG is not feature complete and at this point there is currently no construction or land ownership, instead you can only buy buildings. These features will be added once I have fleshed out other base mechanics.
(Linux version coming after initial release)

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0+ Everyone
Website
https://www.atorcoppegames.com/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: Quad Core
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti, Radeon HD 6970, or equivalent, or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: For these graphics cards, or similar, the texture quality is best set to 1k. The game may run fine on lower hardware if the settings are lowered right down.
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: Quad Core
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Something better than the GPUs in the minimum requirements, with 2GB or more of VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Newer, higher end cards with more than 2GB of VRAM should be OK with 2K textures

System requirements for Linux

Minimum:
  • Processor: Quad Core
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: R9 270 or equivalent or better
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: System requirements will change as the game develops and are at this point largely unknown. You may find it runs perfectly well on lower hardware.
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SAELIG reviews and comments

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Early Access Review England 800 A.D. Somewhere in Nowhere, a lone Strolch seeks its Fortune. Will he be Fifth??? Looking for a Pastime until the Guild 3 gets out (which will probably be probably and hopefully only a few more Months) I came across this Piece of jewelry. THAT it's still in the EARLY ACCESS! It's a Mix of Banished, The Guild and has a little the Flair of Sims (just quite slightly). You Don't start with anything but bite Gold and do that in a not really rough world. There you can develop freely and chase the Profession of your Dreams. Well, at least that's how it's planned. Still, the Game is in a very early Version of an Early-Access Game. Nevertheless, it can be guessed that this Title has the Potential of becoming a Guild or the usual dangerous!!! Pros:-Free Handling in the Choice Of profession-Much love to The Detail regarding the Middle Ages Charm-You can interact freely with other Characters (as Far as Marriages and children)-trading system-You can buy And upgrade businesses and houses-Schöne/s Musik/ Ambience-You can configure the Difficulty yourself (as the Start should be)-There is a good Tutorial that makes every Start easier (I'm more of the "Learning by Doing" type)-NOTE: The developer partner seems to be behind it to good Content Implement as soon as possible!!!!!! Cons:-Still a little little content (which will certainly change quickly)-The Constant Car storage can possibly annoy-The camera, although free and super made, is still very cumbersome in Operating Conclusion: 9.5/10 (the last 0.5 points are there if the Developer s I stick to his Word and feed this Game with Content);) A Game for anyone who loved the Guild and wants to give a game of the genre gameplay a Chance until the release. Each Player will get his Money's worth and with the Price, the Game is still favorable in terms of relationship. Absolute Buy recommendation, such Games and Developers must be supported just to wipe out EA and Co. One!!! ;)
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Early Access Review I have to say I haven't played the Game very long and much may not have seen or understood, to be spite of that I would like to say briefly etzwas to the Game. First Of all, I would like to thank the Creators. Following This Game idea and finally promoting a wider Range of the Game concept is, in my View, long overdue. So far, there has been virtually no real Alternative to "The Guild," which could now change. I am a very big Fan of the Guild Series and of course have searched for comparisons and parallels as differences in such Similarities which you can clearly find in this Game. I have to say very clearly that I would have expected more, even if the Game is still in the EA and still being worked on it I would have to find a slightly more solid Basis here, which starts with the Graphical presentation, carries on via the User Interface and does not in the Tutorial Stops. Something that bothers me a Lot is the User interface that was actually taken over 1 to 1 by The Guild Series, which in itself is not necessarily a bad thing, but one could have been a little more creative than simply Depositing all the surfaces Of gray. I am not a Computer Expert but the Graphics get me very Strong to The Guild 2, which was launched more than 10 Years ago ... That is why some Progress is expected. The Game Mechanics are sometimes cumbersome and confusing, which is very detrimental to the Joy Of playing. In General, the overview of Characters, Buildings and Activities, etc., is relatively limited and somewhat user-unfriendly. I am absolutely sure that this Game will still delight many People after it has been decently revised. On the whole, one can say that this Game has enormous Potential, but this should be exhausted as a matter of urgency. So it's not really Fun and Joy yet. If you want to compete with "The Guild" series, you have to get up early so get to Work! Recommendation: Buy the Game because it finally offers alternatives but don't be disappointed, because whoever has previously played The Guild 2 arrives here with high Expectations that do not Correspond to the Facts.
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