1. Sure, noted down.
2. I’ve been thinking about this a lot, and I’ve looked at maps in other games like Dungeon Keeper but I don’t have any solid ideas on how to do it using procedural generation. There is also a problem with fog of war. For example underground bodies of water would add nice variation and allow more interesting designs, but only if you could see them in advance instead of bumping into them randomly. Same thing if there were more complicated stone patterns.
Do you know any games with PG that I could look at?
Sorry for this bug. I’ve tried figuring it out with the help of a few users, but it requires a lot of sending builds back and forth, and I haven’t pinned it down yet. Did I already get your contact details in case you’d like to help?
Will fix the text issue with the next hotfix. The trees glitch is part of a larger problem with how things are drawn, so it will probably have to wait longer to be fix.
Actually the effect is not inherited during absorption in the first place if the doppelganger is already affected (even if it’s only from a ring).
I don’t remember if this was intentional and is there for another reason. I noted down to investigate it later.
This is fixed in the new update, thanks.
Try add RELEASE=true to the make command line.
You’re probably compiling with gcc, and only clang can compile a debug build, so try installing one if you want a debug build. (the differences are small, you’ll just get some debug features that are mostly hidden anyway).
PS limit as I got 120 FPS normal, at peaks almost 180 FPS. After some time FPS fell down to less than 10 for unknown reasons
Could you please save the game the next time this happens and send the save file to email@example.com?
satiated info window shows twice, previously seen on ring of satiety
I don’t understand this one, in what situation does the window show up twice?
One more idea: it would be nice if the player could set orcs (army minions) not to be on crafting by default. It is a little annoying having to do this by hand on every new orc, especially when recruiting bigger number.
Nice idea, I’ll think about it. I’ve been planning to overhaul the activity UI to make this possible with a couple of clicks, but for now setting it by default might help.
M point is: the idea is great, but maybe players should have means to reach some amount of steel without having to go through the tough golems, but having to make other sacrifice (e.g. buy with gold? 1 steel = 1 gold or so) to not restrain some of the fun ways to play the game.
Very good point. I’ll make it possible to create adamantium with using alchemical conversion tech. I’ll also try to think of other alternative ways to get it.
@empy This shouldn’t be a problem, because from the screenshots, it seems that the golems are only near the ore – so you could carefully mine part of the vein without disturbing them, but probably cannot mine it all and still not fight them. Getting a few pieces of adamantine in the beginning if you’re careful and lucky, then all of it once you are strong enough sounds about right.
With the current implementation they’ll attack if you mine even a single piece. But it can be changed.
BTW, would it be possible to also make imps more intelligent when it comes to storing items in stockpiles? As in, when you bring back home several different items, your creatures then drop them at the door and imps go pick up one item each, even though all the items go into the same stockpile… But I guess this would require way too intelligent imps.
That’s the plan, but probably not this release.
Maybe said pockets could be semi-rare but at the same time digging out enough of certain resource could provoke off-map attacks the way gold does for bandits?
I like it because you can see the risk upfront.
Oops. Putting monsters behind the portal was a bad idea on my side.
There are some obscure ways to destroy walls, like if you manage to trigger a boulder trap or get some dwarves or ants to dig there. But it’s a very long shot.
Sorry for that.
That was my first idea, but it’s a bit hard to implement.
At some point I want to add water/lava moats, that should add a lot of diversity to dungeons, but I still need to figure out how to prevent or penalize the player from completely cutting themselves off from enemies.
No problem, just PM me on Steam and I’ll give you an itch.io download link. Note that the Steam version is also DRM-free and is sometimes updated more often.
It’s most likely that these are 3 different orcs with 23 attack each owning a +4 club.
It’s a known issue that a few people suffer from, and I haven’t solved it yet. If you’re on Steam that you can temporarily fix it by downloading the older Alpha22 build. You need to right click on the game in your library, go to properties->BETA and choose Alpha22 save compatibility.
If you don’t mind helping me a bit, I’ll get in touch with you in the new year and send you a few special builds that will help me pinpoint the issue.
If anything would need to be added here, maybe a way to split an unit from the party (as long as the party is bigger than one creature) so then they can be sent back with the prisoners, letting the rest of the force continue the assault.
Yes, I was thinking about that too. There is another idea to have a special creature with a giant bag on their back that can hold all captures, as a slightly unrealistic and humorous alternative to the annoying micro-managing of a group of prisoners. You can continue raiding or split that creature from the team. If it dies then the prisoners are let loose, so there is still a risk element.
I threw a few ideas regarding capturing people in general in some huge thread I’ve made in the past (which I don’t know whether you read or not)
I probably read it, but I’ll go take another look.
At least till the village is captured, the villagers are counted as enemy combatants and that means that many of potential prisoners would be slaughtered.
I’ve already modified AI to not chase civilians (they will be attacked though if they get adjacent). They are also visibly tagged so the player knows who can be captured.
Unless one would combine both methods and be able to capture villagers – turning them into static/tied/chained props who then can be collected once the village is secured in about one in-game day or they can free themselves.
That’s also a nice idea.
prisoners would be already quite essential with mana system as it is where even at the very end of the game player rarely has enough mana to invent and build everything and it’s where prisoners come in
I’m probably going to remove the tie between torturing and mana.
What if some of them, like werewolves, some types of undeads like vampires or ghosts, magical creatures or one created through mutant-making projects would require live humanoids to be subjected to some transformation?
That’s a very cool idea, I’ll think about it.
and as I’ve mentioned in the past, some creatures are objectively much more capable than others despite not particularly greater requirements in acquisition
Also great point.
It’s already quite bad one has to limit their digging tendencies due to questionable geology mechanics
I was thinking here about something that could substitute the geology mechanic, which I also don’t like. I should have mentioned that in the post.