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This game has both single-player and multiplayer modes. In the multiplayer mode, you are not limited on the number of players per session, but the developer and most players recommend not to add more than 5 players into one session. This way, you will supposedly have the best gaming experience in available fields.
To enable cheats in this game, you need to create a devMode.txt file in the right directory of the game. If you have Windows or Linux, simply add it to the install folder; if you have a Mac, click the app icon with the right button, choose “Show contents,” open the “Contents/Resources” folder and add the devMode.txt file there.
The official game wiki page says that a stunt is a kind of “critical hit” that can produce random effects on different enemies as well as deal more damage than standard attacks. The amount of damage depends on your character’s weapon tier, while guaranteed effects differ for water, fire, stone, and leaf stunt attacks.
If you can’t recruit, you should check whether a recruitment flag is still in a village and whether the village itself is still there or destroyed. Many players face the recruitment problem, so it’s highly recommended to use every opportunity to add characters to the full to protect yourself from character retirement in the future.
In the official Steam thread, the developer said that the game will come to consoles “in a year or so” (in 2022). It appears to be a very difficult port because the whole game is running on a custom Java-based engine that isn’t natively supported by any of the consoles. Hopefully, it won’t take too long.
Currently, you can download the game only on Steam. It has already left the Early Access stage and you can purchase the full game. It’s supported not only by Windows but also Mac and Linux computers. The multiplayer features are cross-platform and don’t require additional adjustments.
The current version of the game (v1.0) lets you unlock 55 achievements. Judging by Steam statistics, only 10 of them are more or less easy to achieve, while others are very challenging, so it should feel very rewarding to get them.
To play the game on a PC, you need Windows 7 or Linux, OpenGL v3.2, 2GB of drive space, 3GB or more RAM, and an i3 or better CPU. For macOS, hardware requirements are the same. You should also ensure that you have a 64-bit version of Windows, Linux, or macOS installed as the game is incompatible with 32-bit systems.
Version 1.0 of the game is available for $24.99 on Steam. If that’s too much, wait for holiday discounts that come on Black Friday, winter holidays, and some other occasions.
It’s a tactical RPG with several small similarities to Fire Emblem and similar popular games in the genre. It also features RTS gameplay mechanics and a grid battlefield system similar to games like Heroes of Might and Magic. Every character is controlled by a real player who can follow the team’s advice or not.