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A Medieval age colony building survival sim: Construct a fortress in the wilderness, defend against raids, and keep your villagers happy.
Download Going Medieval for free via the Steam network.
Steam can be found here.
This is an EU key that can only be used / activated within Europe.
This is an Early Access game, an early playable version of a game that is still in development. Access to the final full version is already included in your purchase. Over time until the definite release of the game, the developers will regularly release updates and improvements.
In the world of Going Medieval, dark age society is on its knees. At the end of the 14th century, 95% of the global population has perished due to rampant plague.
Eventually, survivors emerge from society's ashes, and it's now up to you to help them settle in a dangerous new land reclaimed by nature. Build your people a home, help shape their lives, and protect them from animals, bandits, and other dangers in a lawless post-calamity age.
Design, build and expand your settlement from a small wooden hut into a colossal stone castle. With simple-to-use 3D terrain tools you can create the perfect stronghold, from winding underground caverns to sprawling multi-story forts.
This harsh new world is rife with external threats, but you can give your colonists the upper hand in battle by building impenetrable defences and traps. Research, craft and equip weapons and gear so that they can fight back against unrelenting waves of attackers.
Your colonists have more than just raids to contend with. They need protection from starvation and the elements, so it's essential to stock up on supplies and build shelter to keep them fed and warm. Maintain your villagers' emotional states, as their moods are affected if their needs and wants aren't met.
Grow the population of your settlement by helping out strangers in dangerous situations, or by taking in like-minded travellers. Your villagers have personal histories and agendas, and you can get to know them by observing their behaviour and relationships with others.
OS: Windows 7, 64-bit
Processor: 3.3 GHz AMD FX 8300 / Intel i5 3000
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 560 / Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050, 2 GB VRAM
Hard Drive: 1 GB available space