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If You’ve Played Manor Lords’ Early Access Content, This City Builder Is A Perfect Next Game

was released into Early Access as the most wishlisted game on Steam. Although it pulled in over 100,000 concurrent players, it definitely doesn't have the feeling of a fully finished game just yet. However, there are plenty of city builders available that can help fill in the time between updates for as it continues to be developed during Early Access.

While has a combat feature that relies heavily on strategy, the first few hours spent in-game center around its city-building aspect. Since it takes time to build up a population and the infrastructure needed to form a decent army, the survival and growth of the settlement make up the starting section of the game. For some lords ruling over their peasants, this could be the best aspect or the one they enjoy the most right now.

Like, makes survival for the settlement's population difficult, especially in winter, while the number of people in the settlement is on the lower side. Starting out with limited resources means that setting up ways to gather more early is essential in both games, and the changing seasons puts a time limit on how long the settlers have to prepare enough supplies to survive. Additionally, and require that the population grows in order to grow the settlement, but increasing the population too quickly becomes a problem for resources.

Although similar in design and concept, there are key differences that might make one game or the other more enjoyable for the lord commanding the construction of their settlement. doesn't have a combat system, so the focus is entirely on growing and maintaining a population while continuing to build and advance structures. While this makes it more peaceful than in some ways, it's not any less stressful when the threats of disease, starvation, and freezing are constant issues that need to be handled quickly for the sake of survival.

makes it easy to sink hours into the game, even with its Early Access flaws and feeling of incompleteness. But for lords who enjoy the

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