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Every district has a set of parameters affecting its layout - how regular is the grid of its alleys, how big are the buildings etc. This way different parts of a city has visibly different layouts. But in some cases it may look wrong, for example on one side of a street buildings are tiny and on the opposite side buildings are huge . When the "Continuous" option is checked, the generator tries to change these parameters across districts gradually to avoid abrupt shifts.
Initially there were only craftsmen, merchant and market (or something like that). Then I've found a link to that RPG book I cited and borrowed some section names from there (e.g. Patriciate) for the sake of variety. I can't find it now and I only have that piece of text because I answered the same question before :) It was some non-dnd book (or a excerpt from a book) about medieval city life. Actually I'm planning to rework this ward system and maybe I'll even remove them completely - multiple "craftsmen" placed side by side don't make much sense on a map.
Изначально я накидал тех заклинаний, которые мне сразу пришли в голову еще до тестирования и балансировки. Потом я заменил Экзекьют на Вэниш и теперь действительно Рест - самое бесполезное заклинание на данный момент, но придет и его черед :)
Да, в правом нижнем углу есть кнопка фулскрина, она должна помочь (в полноэкранном режиме игра пытается подстроиться под то разрешение, которое ей дают, в том числе на андроидах). "Сообщения" могут действительно не влезать, но настоящие подсказки отображаются по шифт-клику и с ними должно быть все нормально.
This is one of the most frequently asked questions, probably I should add the answer to the description... Here is a text from some RPG book:
Gate wards are a bustling part of town, where traders line up to enter the city, sellers hawk their goods, and vendors sell various foods on a stick. Gate wards are second only to market wards in activity. In order to have a gate ward, communities must have gates, or designated areas where people must enter the city. At these areas of entry, some level of inspection, inquiry, or taxation of merchants usually takes place.
Спасибо, оба бага уже исправлены в моей рабочей версии (не на 100% процентов уверен насчет второго), скоро выложу. Прирученных мобов все равно собираюсь переделать, там как-то неинтуитивно сейчас.
Are you talking about things like a number of enemies killed, cards revealed, food eaten or just a score? The former doesn't have much meaning in the current version of the game (imo) and the latter is not implemented. But I'm considering ways to expand it and a bigger game will definitely need something like this.
They do not really spawn, they are monsters previously affected by Terror. This is how Terror works: it inflicts 1 point of damage to all visible enemies. Those of them who survived this damage, get shuffled back into the deck in their updated wounded state. That's it.
Here you are:
12 empty cards, 6 foods, 10 skeletons, 5 wraiths, 5 liches, 5 hell hounds, 1 sword, 1 axe, 1 glaive, 3 javelins, 1 cloth armor, 1 chain, 1 scale, 1 plate, 5 heals, 2 scouts, 2 charms, 1 berserk, 1 execute (this one will be replaced with another spell in the next update), 1 terror, 1 rest, 1 energize, 1 leech + exits + amulet + cards in the hand
Without hunger there won't be much left :) I have added some tips to the description, hopefully it will help. But yeah, at its current state this game is pretty luck-based in spite the fact that the deck is always the same...