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Wiki and new screenshots of Strategilization

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While it is still screenshot Saturday, I'd like to share the screenshots of the upcoming Strategilization update.


The life of your civilization starts, when you decide, where to gather food for your citizens. And only then you'll be able to found a city on a hex, adjacent to your rural region.


For all the aspects of your nation's life (expansion, exploration, improvement, research, wars) you'll be able to set up a development strategy. Afterwards you'll be able to spectate how your citizens, turn by turn, fulfill your orders and, if needed, issue the new ones.


From the city interface you'll be able to control various ideas, which influence your citizens' productivity.

Actually, the core gameplay has been reworked almost entirely since the posts at Airapport, so, to help new players get into the game, and to help myself have my thoughts organized, Strategilization wiki was created.

These changes has not been uploaded to Google Play yet, but now it's possible to say that the update will take place before the next Ludum Dare (in 2 weeks).

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I like it.  I will give this a shot.  should I seek out the title in a couple weeks then?  Are there computer versions available? or only mobile?

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Is there a version of this on Google Play already? I don't see it coming up in search results. I wouldn't mind giving it a try.

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Well, yes, it can be found on Play Market as a beta app named "Civilizations Builder" (I finzlized the current name only recently). But beware: he current pre-apha has very unconvenient interface, it, and the core gameplay, willexperience a major rework in 2 weeks.

Together with mobile version, I'll make a downloadable demo as well.

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Really, like the updated look. More information for the user tends to be key in the level of enjoyment for this style of game. Keep up the great work! 

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