Build your Town
You find yourself in an unknown place. Unsure of what these lands might hold, you decide it’s best to grow your settlement. Provide housing and farms for your people. Create workplaces, military facilities, and more.
Recruit an Army
Once settled in, eliminate threats, fight your enemies, conquer the lands, and expand your reach. Choose between different units and army compositions.
Manage your Economy
Keep an eye on your resources, assign your workers, and fine tune your production chains. Expand your settlements to acquire rare resources.
Experience a story, and learn about the inhabitants of a foreign land. Work together with a tribe of mythical shamans. Go through hardships, surprises, and fun as you progress!
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Ratings and Reviews
Addictive and Exciting
Lately, my mind has been on the coronavirus pandemic and the uninspiring way my country has been tackling it. So when I found this game, I thought it would be fun to try out, especially since it had been made accessible with VoiceOver. Three days later and I've been totally sucked in! I have no idea how to use the soulwells. Can I choose what is made from them, or do they just randomly create whatever I may need at any given time? Nevertheless, I have been enjoying myself and this sure beats worrying about the dreaded COVID-19. If there was a way to support the game (I already bought the Gold version right after downloading this even before knowing anything about what it offered), I would do so. Perhaps there could be a tip jar to support this project and its continued expansion. I'm glad I am not compelled to keep spending money, but I would like to throw in some clams from time to time to express my gratitude, both for making this accessible and for keeping me hooked with all the different monsters. Absurd underlings has been my favorite so far. Thank you again for an idle adventure that has kept me coming back for more.
Game was great, been playing it for a couple weeks now. I just reached the end of the story and enjoyed reading about the world. The game is idle for the most part you can come back every few minutes or every few hours and you’ll have something to do. Scratched a town building itch without all the visuals and MTX that other games have. Felt very smooth and was a little slow at first but once you start understanding the world it makes more sense.
A few things to note.
Troop targeting, I think tank troops need to be attacked first or set it up so front line troops are more likely to get attacked. Where I’m at now, I start a battle and the next thing I’m doing is training 50 more healers because they are attacked first. I love the “Send troops to Valhalla” feature.
Factories, they are broken. It does take a few days to set up but once you have 100 factories built, it snowballs and you get more resources in a game tic than you could ever need. I’m at about 600 factories and ONE worker gives me 47 BILLION of that resources. I would say model them instead of a flat 5% make it an increasing exponential decay function. I know you don’t have a lot of late game features but no matter what you do unless they are reworked factories are broken.
I loved the game and I am looking forward to seeing it grow. Meanwhile I will build more factories. xD
Love it so much!!!
It’s super addicting and fun to play! I have some suggestions though for new features. 1)Allow players to buy upgrades to speed up building new buildings. There’s instructors to speed up training your army but not anything to speed up constructing buildings. 2)Allow for an option to place shamans on two aspects of soul wells, or be able to choose how many shamans on each, such as 3 on fruiting and 4 on growing for example. 3)An option to direct attacks on certain character types or on strength. Kinda like bloons tower defense, let us pick where our damage wants to go on an opposing army such as on the strongest troops first or on a specific class like healers. If these features were added to the game, it would be 100% my favorite game this year, and without them it still is a fantastic game!
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- Jan Gressmann
- 36.5 MB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © Jan Gressmann
- In-App Purchases
- Gold Edition $3.99
- Ruby Edition Pack $3.99
- Town Essentials $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.