Earlier this year, a mobile version of the unique-looking world-building simulation game called Townscaper was officially announced for release. It didn’t have a release date back then but Oskar Stålberg and Raw Fury, the publisher who’d paired up with him to bring his other titles to platforms including mobile. An example would be Bad North, which has done pretty well.
Townscaper was released on PC last year in Early Access and while it’s still under work and not complete, it has gained a lot of popularity for its satisfying and engaging gameplay.
Townscaper provides a fun city building experience
Oskar’s games often have this simplistic yet fantasy-like look to them along with an easy-to-understand and interesting, fun kind of gameplay so another title is gladly welcomed. The new trailer for the game has revealed that it will officially launch on iOS and Android this October, which means it is just a month away. Similar to Bad North and it’s versions on other platforms, it will be most probably a paid title.
Games like Townscaper really manage to build up an immersive atmosphere and are always fun to play. You go from house to house, focusing on each build until lo and behold, you have a cool-looking city floating around. The game is an experimental project that still has stuff being added to it. As you use the color palettes and blocks and the AI does its magic, a world begins to form. It’s like Minecraft but with its own unique vibe to it and the only true limit is a person’s imagination and creative abilities.
It should be pretty fun to see where the players and the community go with this game and the kind of beautiful builds we see. As its Steam page says: “No goal. No real gameplay. Just plenty of building and plenty of beauty. That’s it.”
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