GAME SPOTLIGHT: ENDCIV


OVERVIEW
  • Rebuild civilization in a world full of misery and criminal anarchy
  • Craft a flourishing town from the ashes of the past
  • Decide yourself either to conquer or to ally
  • Enjoy a detailed simulated world

In a world where civilization suffered from weather phenomena and collapsed financial markets, a group of people lost their shelter and are now on the search for a new place to live. Help these people to survive in the wastelands. Explore the unknown environment to find shelter and a supply of food and water for the early days. Your foremost duty is to avoid dehydration and starvation at all cost.

Improve the settlement with a campfire, storage facilities and cardboard beds. As the game progresses you will be able to provide more and more for your citizens. Build houses for them. Provide a variety of food and clean water. Keep them unharmed and even take care of entertainment.

Enjoy a detailed simulation. Manage food and water under harsh conditions. Water loses quality over time and food does rot. Even rotten food does not just disappear but has to be composted. During the game you also have to manage energy, agriculture and labor and each aspect relies on certain real world aspects.

Lead a successful settlement. Acquire a fortune of goods, keep your citizens satisfied and improve the daily routine with new technology and resources. Then your reputation will increase and strangers will take notice. You will be visited by nomads who want to join your tribe and merchants who want to offer a trade.

But beware, big attention will also lead to threats. Raider tribes demand your hard acquired goods and early on you often have no other option as to share them with humility. To have no enemies is a very valuable circumstance unless you aim to assault others yourself. Which path you choose is up to you! Either arm up or focus on the economy and strong allies – both are viable strategies.

Find out more about the game on Steam Greenlight.

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