2023/05/17 May 17, 2023
Posted May 17, 2023. Updated May 17, 2023. Has been played for 5649 hours.
Fill a 9x9 grid with various Resources!
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that game can have good future if expanded i think... I mean im not the overseer but i have my idea.
one issue: the chance for getting a tree seed is apparently too low cuz i've been playing for hours and I still only have the one
how do you play???
Fun game that has quite a bit of potential play time. I've come to realize however, that there is something janky with the rate calculations. It seems to keep happening that rates for things the game is reporting are not what is actually being gathered. Just now I had my lava gathering staying near 0 as if it couldn't keep up with demand, but on reloading the game (no building count changed) it is way way more than enough and collects many thousands per second. I've seen this multiple times where it will tell me I'm gathering say 5k per second, but its obviously only actually getting like 0.75k/sec, even with nothing else consuming it. So, cool game, but need some fixing and maybe a bit of quality of life changes to make it really good.
starts slow, no tutorial, no clue what's going on, but that's a lot of the charm. stick with it. you'll know you're getting into the meat of it when you have to start balancing production amounts to keep things running smoothly. the scaling offered by the prestige system feels rewarding while simultaneously imposing new challenges on production management. fast enough to babysit actively, but most rewarding when you let a balanced build run for some hours and come back to spend your loot.
it's like grindcraft
grid of resources and they all influence each other it's fun
Really enjoying this so far. Took a bit to understand but now I'm hooked.
Really fun and requires quite a bit of thinking to make a system of production that runs efficiently, expect a lot of tweaking to make sure you can avoid various bottlenecks. Please note that row 8 only has four items and one slot in row 5 is always going to be empty.
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