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Founders' Fortune

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Developer: Oachkatzlschwoaf Interactive
Publisher: Dionic Software
Edition: Standard
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Languages: English, Русский
Genre: Strategy Games

A fantasy village builder focusing on creative building, colonist psychology and base defense. Handle resources, farming, production, tools, diplomacy, families, trading, defense, and research, as well as the wishes, expectations, thoughts, and equipment of every villager.

  • Take care of your colonists

    The colonists are your top priority. At first, you simply need to provide them with food and shelter. But the world is full of dangers! An infection might prove fatal to the strongest warrior and a plague can wipe out your colony entirely.

    Each colonist reacts to events, happy or sad, and reflects that in their behavior. Happy colonists will receive a boost to their productivity – Unhappy colonists might throw a temper tantrum.

  • Build your colony

    When your colonists arrive, they have nothing but the clothes on their body. You take control and tell them to gather materials and build walls, floors and furniture.

    You are not limited to predefined buildings! Design your own houses and style them to your liking. There are dozens of construction and furniture elements that you can use to create the settlement you’ve always dreamed of!

  • Furnish your home

    No one likes to sleep on the rough floor in an empty shack. While the colonists work hard to improve their situation, they will quickly lose their motivation if you ignore their requests.

    Keep them happy by selecting only the most comfortable chairs and the most elegant shelves. When you can afford such luxury, you not only win the colonists’ hearts, but also convice newcomers to join your settlement.

  • Raise your family

    Villagers go through a lot together, so they value their friendships very high. Some might even decide to start a family – and you’ll soon be welcoming new members to the group!

    The little ones are the future of the village, so make sure they have a happy childhood and an adequate education – sometimes achieving both can be difficult.

  • Set up your farm

    Food matters. Good food makes colonists happy, wrong food makes colonists sick, little food makes colonists slow, and no food makes colonists die.

    Grow a variety of seasonal crops and set up a kitchen to make delicious meals out of them. Be sure to stock up before winter hits and act quick when a swarm of hungry bugs descends upon your fields!

  • Survive winter

    Use the time you have and make sure you have enough food stored away, because winter is coming. Let’s hope you won’t have to restrict meals to half rations – because that will make your colonists weak.

    When supplies dwindle and the freezing cold wind howls outside, it’s easy to lose hope.

  • Trade goods and get rich

    Word got around that your colony has started producing wares. Greet traveling traders and see if you can get a good deal on some ancient scrolls or buy additional food to prepare for winter.

    Try to keep production up so you’ll always have something to sell. A mature colony needs to pay good salaries to keep everyone happy. If morale is low, additional funds can even buy a tiny bit of happiness!

  • Research technologies

    Building your home is a long process and resources and manpower are not the only things you need. Smart Settlers dedicate a lot of time to research new technologies, thereby unlocking better equipment, new furniture and construction elements.

    Select scholars carefully – if their personality doesn’t fit this type of work, they are not going to make a lot of progress.

  • Protect your outpost

    You are not alone in this new land you call “home”. The Tikigoblins living there are not all that happy about your settling efforts and might pay you a visit to try to get you to stop.

    Train your colonists in the art of warfare and equip them with the best weapons and armor you have. Build walls and towers to ensure the security of your colony – that way, your enemies will have a difficult time trying to mess with you!

OS: Windows 7 or later
Processor: 2 GHz or better
Memory: 4 Gb RAM
Graphics: GPU with at least 512 Mb of VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0 or later
Storage: 1.1 Gb available space
Interface Language: English, Українська (Ukrainian), Italiano (Italian), Français (French), Español (Spanish), Русский (Russian), Deutsch (German) + 5 more
File Size: ~190 Mb

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#2 Linnea Гости
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This game is a really good blend of The Sims, resource management, and defense/fighting. I will say the first time you play, you may want to start on Calm because even Exciting is kicking my butt and I get so thankful for the autosaves that I use to jump back to before my villagers were all slaughtered... Some say Calm is too easy, so I recommend it just at least for getting a feel for the game. I would also recommend NOT making enemies with anyone (if you can help it) till you've gotten some decent fighters with decent equipment. Note that the game IS challenging (Example: pirates were coming and I didn't want to give 'em the money, but there was a countdown till the days they would be there so I saved beforehand. Pirates came, we fought and we won. Then IMMEDIATELY one of the goblin tribes started attacking - my people were weakened and basically were majority killed. So loaded my save, knowing better this time and tried again till I took both groups down. Was not easy and villagers were all low health for a few days (cuz potion making takes forever to unlock).

Anyway. It's a challenging game but I love the building of the village (there's good decorations so it can get really beautiful). I love that there are fights and the need to prepare and defend. The resource gathering can be annoying (only because I go thru 'em so fast to keep building more) and expanding the population also seems a bit challenging... So it's a difficult game, but so much fun. I restarted 3 times and I think I'm finally good with this one, but even then there are still things I wish I had done (like lowered how often I get attacked).

Game is worth it if you like sims, resource gathering, and defense games and even more so if you like games with those aspects together.
#1 julieetta1966 Гости
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Love, love, love. The trick is NOT to try and micro-manage them. Give them what they ask for. Assign them a profession and let them rest. Don't worry, they will get the job done.
One thing I would like to see is when one dies that their grave has their name on it. Maybe have them visit the grave of their loved one. That would be very cool.
Such a great game! Will get many hours in.
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