This says "pre-order" at the Tuesday Knight website - is that just for the physical copy?
This looks great!
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I turned in 500 gold. I got the level up screen but there was only one card available to choose. Since I didn't choose 2 cards, the screen would not go away, and I could not continue the game.
Ah, thanks for clarification! The different Mages slipped my eye.
I think you've got something fun here - it's exactly the sort of thing I'd like to play, with the traditional tropes as far from d20 as possible :)
Oh neat, I got the secret world!
Don't get me wrong it was surreal and interesting. I was half wondering if all the other commenters were bots and I was descending into a madness built just for me.
I am experiencing a shallow sea in all directions with some alien weird things sticking up just far enough away to make me wish I had some kind of weight to leave on my W key while I made a cup of tea. There's a spiral oddity going straight up. I splosh through this ankle-deep water on very long walks towards a small number of these weird things, all of which are about 3-5 stories tall. It begins at night but day comes soon; I spot a rainbow.
Others are talking about a desert, or New Zealand. I'm not seeing any of that. I see nothing resembling the screenshots here, the screenshots on the twitter account, or anything in any videos.
Am I doing something wrong?
Is everyone's version of this game different?
Is there a way for me to experience what I see in the screenshots?
I bought engineers but have no idea how to select them (where are they? what do they look like? how do i select them?) in order to clear the spawns
also, after a while, clicking create engineer was actually giving me 100 gold instead of costing me that gold
I really like the concept but got stuck on the first mission because after harvest the rams in the green area my workers turned to Gear icons and refused to go do anything, resulting in starving, but also since they wouldn't get wood, i couldn't move either
also sometimes at the very first turn, even though i assigned them both to wood, only one would collect wood
I got a death-spiral from an unending barrage of "building is not serviced by a storehouse!"
I ended up building a new storehouse near the effected building each time this popped up, until I had waaaaaay too many storehouses, which didn't even stop that from happening.
Since it was my fisheries (and only my fisheries) complaining about this, it was the end of my city.
I have no idea why this happened. Even before the first notice, I had, on paper, enough storehouses, and all were efficiently placed.
One minor thing is that I would like to be able to place road-needing buildings without roads. This is how I think - I like to place buildings before the road network. It made for a lot of switching back and forth.
I went very far in one direction, did not encounter anything of note, and fell off several times. I also got stuck in a pit that was steep on all sides until I accidentally pulled off a half-pipe kinda maneuver.
I figure like I've missed something, but perhaps that is the point.