Here at Distrita world of sites we care about new projects coming up. Especially games that is trying to make our minds even more creative in our daily lifes. Foundation is such a Kickstarter project that we want to backup. Because they deserve it. This game looks really neat for all people that loves sandbox games where you can create whatever you want.
Here is the official Foundation Trailer from Keralis YouTube page
The graphics, the gameplay and music looks really promising. The game seems to pull every sandbox gamer into their heart. But to make this a reality, they need your help to be able finishing this stunning looking game.
What is Foundation game about?
Foundation is a grid-less, sprawling medieval city building simulation with a heavy focus on organic development, monument construction and resource management.
The game features in-depth resource management akin to the Anno (Dawn of Discovery) series, expertly mixed with city building elements from Settlers, SimCity, and Pharaoh all topped with narrative encounters inspired by Crusader Kings II to create the ultimate medieval ant-farm simulation.
In this strategy city-builder economy simulation game, players must create a prosperous settlement as the newly appointed lord of a region untouched by man.
Setting to redefine the city-builder genre, Foundation puts the emphasis on the organic aspects of urbanism in the cities of old, powered by Polymorph Games’ in-house game engine, Hurricane, which allows for full mod support and is optimized for the thousands of moving parts that come with building humongous cities.
Among other things, the engine provides the player with robust building tools to create countless unique monuments that can then integrated into your settlement.
With medieval architecture and urbanism at the forefront of its design, Foundation’s vision is to allow players to recreate cities of that period as they envision them or even as they really were.
Foundation is meant to be played as Sandbox game with procedurally generated quests and narrative-driven events punctuating the experience. This style of gameplay will be familiar to players of the Paradox Interactive titles, such as the Crusader Kings and Europa Universalis series.