I bought the game sight unseen on one of your earlier recommendation posts for it.
Ditto. Honestly Scott, you don’t think we actually play the games we buy do you?
Awesome! I hope you like it! I think the price is actually going up at some point here post-release so that might have been a smart move.
Haha, honestly that’s a fair point. I have many myself unplayed. But the thread for this one was fairly active, though I don’t remember how much overlap there is between folks in that thread and this one - but that was another reason I felt obligated to put some more light on this gaming gem.
It looks great and I’m really looking forward to giving it some time. Right now, sadly, I’m lucky to find 10 minutes in a day for some gaming, which needless to say restricts my options.
Here’s me without it in even in my Steam library yet, haha. Which will be getting rectified in the future when possible, just a case of too many games and not enough time nor money.
Now to figure out what game I want to post. Hmm, choices.
Hah, if I had seen that I’d know it! That wizard threw me off because it looked 2D, but I totally forgot about the “card” part ;)
I can’t wait to play this again. I put 7 hours into it over a year ago and it was really good then.
Age of Empires 2?
Tiny Forest Simulator ?
No such game. There’s Anno 1800 though… ;)
Oh yeah, haha, let’s pretend I wrote that.
The numbers after Anno always add up to 9. So that’s a good way to remember the year.
Yup. For those in doubt, the options go:
That’s chronological setting order, not release order (1800 is the newest).
The order of release is:
I can never keep the first two straight, since i didn’t discover the series until 1701. I’ve enjoyed all of them since then, except 2205 which I skipped for lack of an endless mode.
Neither can I! I checked Wikipedia. And my first Anno game was 1404 (which I knew as “Dawn of Discovery”).