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Towns HQ (PC)

Towns brings a fresh new take on the citybuilding/management genre by introducing many RPG features.

Drawing inspiration from games such as Diablo, Dungeon Keeper and Dwarf Fortress, the game has you managing 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?

Available on: PC PC Rank: 2146 / 6,006  | Overall Rank: 2523 / 14,395

Game tags: Non-Combat, Other World, Third-Person, City Builder

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Steam Early Access FAQ now warns that some titles may... (2)
Valve's Steam Early Access FAQ now warns consumers that some titles may not see completion, and that any purchases of in-development software is at the customer's discretion.

"It's up to the developer to determine when they are ready to 'release'," the FAQ reads. "Some developers have a concrete deadline in mind, while others will get a better sense as the development of the game progresses."
Posted: 05.06.2014 by nickhorth1
Towns developer quits troubled project (1)
City builder Towns was one of the first games to go through the Steam Greenlight process, and one of the first examples of how early access programmes don't always work out - since launching in 2012 the game has been plagued with issues, most of which have remained unfixed. Now, two years since release and with the game still not in a completed state, developer Florian Frankenberger has announced on the official forums that he is leaving the project.
Posted: 07.05.2014 by nickhorth1
Black Mesa leads first ten greenlit Steam Greenlight ... (3)
The first ten indie games to be greenlit by Valve's Steam Greenlight independent game initiative have been revealed. The list is headed by the long awaited Black Mesa, and also includes Heroes & Generals and Routine.
Posted: 12.09.2012 by JonahFalcon
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