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A jam submission

Erdadok 2View game page

Can you build a city to stand the test of time?
Submitted by Roberto Romao — 53 minutes, 45 seconds before the deadline
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Results

CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Audio#933.5843.778
Visuals#1053.7954.000
Overall#1313.5843.778
Authenticity (use of resolution restriction)#1674.1114.333
Gameplay#1842.8463.000

Ranked from 9 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

Did you work in a team?
Solo here.

Was the resolution a challenge?
Not so much =) but I had to do a manual for this one since I was out of time to make a proper tutorial!

What did you learn?
More about colors and Layout

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Submitted

I wanted to play this, but I wasn't able to figure out how to place a building. I did get into the building menu, and I did click on some specific buildings. I even pressed 2 to place the building, but I ultimately didn't get a building down.

Developer (1 edit)

Most buildings need to be annex to a road :p and you need the required resources.

If you are willing to give it another try it would be great. Ty anyway

Submitted(+1)

Wow, theres a lot to unpack here. The content in this entry is boundless! Well done! From the random events to the array of buildings & environments, and even the ability to expand my territory, this game felt like a complete package. The amount of content and tiny font (at no fault of your own) did make the game a bit difficult to pick up I thought, but once a basic understanding was underwent, any player could easily have fun and advance. Finally, there was a great deal of polish, from the pixel accurate cursor to being able to zoom in/out. If I had to find something to critique, maybe it would have benefited clarity to have the selection box turn green when placing a building on a valid tile, but the arrow probably sufficed. Great job!

Submitted(+1)

This is absolutely wonderful!

Submitted(+1)

You did wonders with the interface in this resolution, the gameplay felt natural and intuitive. More people need to play (and rate) this game, it's super impressive. Well done!

Submitted(+1)

I love this. A 64px citybuilder? You mad lad. I wasn't ever able to build a quarry or lumber mill (and I did try building them next to their resources), though I thought I had the stuff for it. But my hired adventurers beat up the Sorcerer of the Woods after failing against bandits every time, so I'll count that as a win! I admire your ambition.

Developer

:) ty for ur kind words!

You have to build then on the forest/stone tiles :P

Submitted

ON the tiles! Of course it's ON the tiles, hah. D'oh. I was trying to build NEXT to them. Don't I feel silly.

Developer

I spend so much time doing the game and it was totally my bad for not making a proper tutorial ): 
(that's why I did the game guide)  :P

Submitted(+1)

This looks great! I can’t get it to run on Linux under wine, though admittedly I didn’t try very long. Good work either way!

Developer(+1)

I uploaded a Web version, I hope you could give it another shoot :)

anyway ty!

Submitted

You are awesome, I was actually super bummed to not get a chance to play it. I’ll be giving a go after work!