|Game Developer:||Shining Rock Software LLC|
|Game Publisher:||Shining Rock Software LLC|
|Initial Release Date:||18 Feb 2014|
|Genre:||Indie, Simulation, Strategy|
In this city-building strategy game, you control a group of exiled travelers who decide to resume their life in a new land. They have only clothes on their backs and a car full of their belongings. The people of Badr are your main resource. There is tension between what many city-building fans have missed out on in the new SimCity games. It’s a clever, fun twist on the concept – instead of ruling the city through the mayor’s lens, you play a more complex role in the development of a small colony.
Every citizen is someone you can see and control (though not directly), and your role is to make sure that your citizens are well open, happy, and warm in the long winter. The result is a much more important and satisfying game than the EA flagship franchise that impressed him. Each prohibited game begins on a randomly drawn map, where you control a small band of settlers (approximately 10 adults and 10 children) who are apparently expelled from where they came from.
- Quiet game with good graphics
- A load of moods in the workshop
- Sometimes I fall into it for hours and don’t realize it
- Random maps make each game more unique.
- CC modes allow additional challenges in-game settings.
- It’s very easy to add time to the game and stop it.
- You can do whatever you want (everyone can starve, or go to the gym, but there is an option)
- Don’t hold hands too much
- Pit yourself against nature! Make sure these kids get married and have more kids! Try not to worry about the very (very) limited gene pool!
- No conflict or ‘raising the level’, like any other era, which helps in a feeling of solidarity after a while.
- After a certain point in the game’s development, the framerate falls off the face of the earth.
- Limited structures in the vanilla game not holding hands much (disappointed at times on these simple “how” questions)
- I’d like a campaign mode or a little story.
- The final state is a bit weak.
- All goals are success / self-driving it’s basically a sandbox game (I enjoy the open-world game, but some of me sometimes crave for something else)
You have nothing but the minimal goods they have taken with them, and the resources of the land around you. Your first goal is to survive the coming winter, which you can do by building a house, a source of food (fishing dock or collector’s hut), and warmth for the winter. Source (firewood). All of these things require resources such as wood, stone, and iron, which your citizens can extract from the land around them.
After the first winter, your options explode. The basic idea is to increase the population of your city by building houses while balancing the basic needs of the citizens with the resources required for these needs. Every citizen of your city is also a resource. Athletes personally assign jobs to accomplish each task and must ensure that their labor force is well balanced and not overly stretched. Should the population decline and you do not have enough farmers, for example, could have serious consequences?
Banshee is one of my favorite town/village/town building games. The game is beautifully crafted and well-connected to the community, without the pressure and influence of the Triple-A title makers. If you want a challenging, and addictive city/village / town-building game, I highly recommend picking it up.
System Requirements of Banished Game
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
- Processor: 2 GHz Intel Dual Core processor
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Graphics: 512 MB DirectX 9.0c compatible card (shader model 2)
- Hard Drive: 250 MB available space
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
How to Install Banished For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “Banished Game” folder.
- Click on the “setup” and Install the.
- Click on the “Game” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 101 MB||Download Here|