If you’re interested on playing a city building simulation game with middle age kingdoms setting, then you’re definitely need to have a look at Townsmen. This game is now released at Google Play store and you can download it for free. Developed by In-House, same company that present you with the famous Guns ‘n’ Glory, seems like Townsmen offer no unique features that can make it different than other game with similar genre. Or it is not? Well, let’s find out the answer by reading my complete review below guys.
Like i said earlier, Townsmen offer you an opportunity to build a middle age kingdom and play a role as good (or bad?) landlord. There will be lot of things that you need to take care of. From making sure about food balance, pay labours, and keep the rent rate low. All of these things will make all residents happy. Thus, you’ll have yourself a well-managed town/Kingdom to run.
Townsmen demand you to “harvest” resources before you can build any structures. Assign your labour to cut trees and go fishing to gather enough raw material and food. Do not forget to explore local mines since you might find some precious stones like gold, silver, or gems. You can monitor your town/kingdom progress through the god’s-eye perspective, which already become standard for almost any city-sim game.
Once you get all labour assigned to their own works, you can start to inspect your town. Tap on each structure to get full information about it. You can also drag n drop them into any place that you want to make better layout. As the game progress, you will be faced with some complicated problem like supply and demand, keep the population happy, and stuffs like that.
Townsmen is a good city building simulation game for casual gamers. But if you already spend hours with SimCity or EdoTown, i recommend you not to bother look at this game’s page. It has no distinctive or unique feature that able to drag your attention from game titles that i’ve already mentioned before. Although it has satisfying graphics and sounds fx, Townsmen successfully disappoint me once again since it has huge ad banner that disrupt your gamin experience. Guess what? It can only be removed with in-apps-purchase. That is something that i never like from a casual Android based game.tags: Android, build, City, game, Review, SIM, Townsmen