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Steam Greenlight About the GameThe game brings a fresh new take on the city building/management genre by introducing many RPG features. In Towns you manage a settlement on top of an active dungeon. Instead of playing the hero who delves deep into the dungeon, how about playing the town that houses and caters to the hero's needs? Both the RPG and strategic aspects will be fleshed out over a series of sprawling dungeons. Attract travelling heroes that will independently explore the dungeons below, fight off monsters, gain levels, special skills and collect the best loot they can find in order to clear the land of all evil! Craft unique weapons, trade with exotic items, obtain randomized loot, set up devious death traps and build a settlement capable of holding back the forces that come up from the depths!
Release date
Nov 7, 2012
Xavi Canal, Ben Palgi
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • Memory:1 GB RAM
  • Graphics:OpenGL 1.3
  • Hard Drive: 20 MB HD space
  • Additional:The game needs Java 1.6 or higher
  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Additional:The game needs Java 1.6 or higher

System requirements for macOS

  • Memory:1 GB RAM
  • Graphics:OpenGL 1.3
  • Hard Drive:20 MB HD space
  • Additional:The game needs Java 1.6 or higher
  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Additional:The game needs Java 1.6 or higher
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Towns reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Towns is still an ingenious Game. It's probably never going to be more than it is right now-okay. But that's why to take a negative View of the Game is Nonsense. The Game itself is not perfect (even technically there are Flaws), but it's damn a lot of Fun to play. That's what I'm also talking about, which is the Whole point-being entertained. In that Respect, the negative Reviews are largely complete Rubbish. The Game is great and I got offered a Lot for my Money. The Game Mechanics are quite demanding and at reviews under 10h I personally think it is very unlikely that you can actually evaluate the Game then. By The way, the Game is not an "Early Access." It was supported by Greenlight by Steam, published and then operated for two Years.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
I've been playing this Game over and over again for a number of Years. Personally, I always Enjoy raising a new Settlement, creating farms, collecting Material, equipping Residents, attracting heroes and Budgeting Caves to find Iron, coal, etc. I also like Micromanagement-assigning certain Residents to specific Tasks, making sure there's always enough Food and Building and Buddy Squads available to dig all the Mines. If the Inhabitants are happy, new Villagers appear, provided that enough Rooms have been prepared for them. I also read that the Developers have stopped developing the Game, but I haven't noticed any nasty Bugs and/or crashes yet. In My Opinion, the Game is so absolutely playable and kind of makes you a little addictive. I've had to look for Coal for quite a long time at my current Game so I can build a Building That palaces on Iron, automatically ejects iron. But until I had the Coal, some Digging and Dungeons passed:)
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While it's a shame that this Game doesn't evolve and there's still the one in or any other Bug, I don't think that's a Reason for a negative rating. The Game is nice simple and what it is supposed to make it relatively good. I had a lot of Fun here and start from time to time I still like to start a new Card and try other Ways of playing. You have to say that the Game is probably only difficult as an Attuner until you know what to do. Like Banished. The Survival portion is still felt ^ ^ Otherwise it becomes more and more difficult with the running Depth of the Dungeon, so that you have to come up with a lot later, so that your own Population is not slaughtered. But Since you can decide for yourself whether you want to give on, you can prepare very well for the next Level for a long time and the Game Difficulty is therefore also customizable for everyone. If you want to try "Minecraft" (of course, there are a lot of differences) as a strategy survival game, the right thing to do is. Maybe until the other early access titles are finally playable;) GL & HF
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