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offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2023-03-05 00:21 [#02625644]
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I'm thoroughly enjoying this tile-laying single player
indie game out of germany

Dorfromantik.

The soundtrack is SO damn good. SAW2esq, and every bit on
par with the best tracks on that album.

This tune hits me hard each time.

By Laryssa Okada and Pygoscelis. I looked them up. Where the
fuck is the rest of their music? How do they just start with
something so good?

Anyway the game and music are both great, check it out.


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2023-03-05 00:40 [#02625646]
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To be clear: Dorf is a super chilled out game even your
mother could enjoy.

But just to make sure I wasn't becoming a pussy I got a
second 100% in Dark Souls last week, this time for the remastered edition.


 

offline recycle from Where is Phobiazero (Lincoln) (United States) on 2023-03-05 02:31 [#02625648]
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I’m confused.
Drunk and a bit high

The end.


 

online ijonspeches from 109P/Swift-Tuttle on 2023-03-05 09:36 [#02625649]
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lol you dont know my mothers activity level

really looks like a fun and relaxing version of civ or
settlers of catan.
people have been playing browser games like that for a
decade, but usually those are based on stressful timer
events and ugly monetazation features.
while this game really looks like it could be casual,
relaxing, aswell as a way to getting lost building your
world puzzling tiles for a few hours even.
good one!

i especially like the rivers and trains.
yesterday we watched a film about the rhein ruhr areas
development alongside its track building. we have one of the
highest densities of tracks in the world here and its really
a quite nice way of transportation and exploring your area.
if only it hadnt gotten so darn expensive after its
privatization.

during the past summer we had a 9€ monthly ticket to use
in all of germany, funded by the government. that was
utterly amazing. usually its around 70€-140€ a month in
your restricted area.


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2023-03-05 13:03 [#02625652]
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Yeah, Carcassonne is the main boardgame it's drawing
inspiration from.

No BS monetization or stress in this one, if you wanna
"tryhard" you just try to beat your high score, like in
Tetris or something.

That cheap subsidized train ticket is an awesome initiative
really, gets you going out and visiting the small corners of
the country, stimulating the economy as a whole.

Last time I was in germany we took a day trip on the train
to Triberg in the Black Forest, where they make authentic
Cuckoo Clocks. I didn't buy one, but I got a cool german
handcrafted Witch doll that hangs near our kitchen.


 


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