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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:37pm 30/03/21 | 0 Comments
Yeah, you read that right. The announcement trailer for what is fast becoming my most wanted game in 2021 features a severed head being loaded onto a catapult and fired at an enemy stronghold. If you need to know more than that, I pity your idea of enthusiasm. Still, devil's in the details, and as the game's name suggests, this is a title that let's you build medieval war machines.

It's not full known if the footage here is manufactured as 'proof of concept', or if it's actually in-game, but if what's being shown is the end goal, we're all in. Here's what developer Detalion Games had to offer:
You're probably thinking to yourself: "Why a game set in the Middle Ages?" Well, we've always been interested in stories from that period. But more than knights and great battles, we were intrigued by the constructors. Those who invented all war machines and remained in the shadow of historical intrigues and victorious wars. And yet it was largely thanks to their inventions that events unfolded in such a way.

Medieval Machines Builder will allow players to begin the career of a young budding inventor who will gain more and more fame in the kingdom. The gameplay will begin with creating smaller machines, but over time players will build increasingly amazing war machines. The gameplay progresses through the entire creative process - from acquiring or creating a blueprint, to collecting and processing resources and finally constructing, testing and eventually selling your creation.
The game is up on Steam to Wishlist, however, there's no release date, or even a window yet other than "coming soon". So for now, the game's impressive announcement trailer will have to suffice. Check it out embedded below.






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