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Description

Build quaint island towns with curvy streets. Build small hamlets, soaring cathedrals, canal networks, or sky cities on stilts. Block by block.

No goal. No real gameplay. Just plenty of building and plenty of beauty. That's it.

Townscaper is an experimental passion project. More of a toy than a game. Pick colors from the palette, plop down colored blocks of house on the irregular grid, and watch Townscaper's underlying algorithm automatically turn those blocks into cute little houses, arches, stairways, bridges and lush backyards, depending on their configuration.

What’s New

Version 1.01

Miscellaneous bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
256 Ratings

256 Ratings

TechnologyMaster8 ,

Few suggestions

This app rocks. I'm not sure if I can call it a game, it's more of a relaxation tool. But it's still epic. I just have a couple of suggestions.

1: An option for a more manual experience. I like how the game flows, but sometmes there's something specific I want but the construction of the game doesn't allow it to work out. I think it'd be cool to have a sort of feature paintbrush, where you could put doors or windows on walls, turn brick floors into grasslands, etc..

2: 3D Tools. It can take a while to place dozens (sometimes hundreds) of blocks on the grid. If there were tools we could use to simply draw an outline and see it fill in with the selected color would be great. This would also work well vertically, but I get if this is all too hard to program given the abnormal grid size.

3: Custom Color Selection. Now, I get it, there are a lot of colors to select. However, I also wish there were a way to put one roof color on another brick wall color, etc.. I think this would be cool to add, as you could use either a color wheel, RGB sliders, CMYK sliders, Hex values, etc. to select colors for both the roof and walls individually.

4: Optimization. After you build a lot, it gets kind of laggy. But you, like most devs, are already on that. Thanks, by the way. ;)

Again, these are all just suggestions. I love the way the game flows, it's so chill. It can also be mesmerizing to build massive towers. I can't wait to see how this game evolves in the future.

BearKiddy ,

This needs to be a new standard of mobile game

What standard is this? The passive, constructive, world building type game. To some this may seem like a tech demo but it’s not. I’ve watched this game get built from the ground up over Twitter and I am so happy to get my hands on it. Now, does this game se feature-less? Sure. That’s your opinion. But this game isn’t meant to be that type of game your imagining. This is a relaxation type game.

If you are looking for THAT type of game, Osaka’s other game, Bad North will scratch THAT itch.

Now, weather would be nice. I’d love to see rain, or snow build up on the roofs, but it’s not needed. Once you turn on some Lo Fi, turn on some rain sounds and play this game, you will have so much fun. If more features come to this game, I’ll be happy but Osaka, my dude. Thank you so much for this! You and Tiny Touch Tails are killing it and I respect that

Joshua Thorne ,

Amazing game with limitless potential.

I adore this game. I have been playing it for a week and already logged a dozen hours. It has such simple and relaxing gameplay and a brilliant concept. It’s an absolute joy to see the Townscapes expand and transform as you build them block by block.
As I exhaust the the dimensions of the game I imagine what a potential sequel might include…
I couldn’t help but imagine building towns on a mountain or having the ability to terraform in a similar manner. Also, more inhabitants, the birds are such lively touch it would be cool to see other forms of life. Culture too, I kept imagining flags or iconography adorning the spires of the tall towers I’d construct.
Overall, I am blown away with the quality of this game. Bravo!

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