Se ve interesante. Descargando en Arch Linux.
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Epicinium is a multiplayer strategy game where the players' impact on the environment matters. Combat destroys grass and crops, and trees are trampled as tanks drive towards your opponent to level their cities. Industry accelerates global warming to ludicrous levels, causing more destruction the longer the game goes on. At the end of the game, the winner is scored for how many grass and forest tiles still remain on the map.
Epicinium is being developed by Daan Mulder and Sander in 't Veld and is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. The game is currently in open beta.
If you want to have a chat with the developers or find an opponent to play against, join the Discord server!
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How to play
Epicinium is a multiplayer strategy game with simultaneous turns. Each turn consists of a planning phase, where all players decide which orders they want to give their units that turn, followed by an action phase, where players watch as the the orders play out.
Units will automatically attack enemy units they encounter; they will also fire back when attacked and attack any unit that moves away from them. Some units have abilities that allow them to bombard tiles, randomly dealing damage to whomever and whatever is present at that time. Anticipating your opponent's orders is key.
Between rounds, the season changes which might bring about new weather effects such as snow, drought or firestorm. At night, buildings can gain power and generate income. Cities only gain power if surrounded by enough grass, forest, water and crops, whereas barracks and industry grow larger when additional cities are placed nearby.
To defeat your opponent, capture or destroy all of their City tiles.
|Published||Jan 25, 2018|
|Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux|
|Tags||2D, Destruction, environment, GitHub, Multiplayer, Pixel Art, Retro, Turn-based, Turn-based Strategy, War|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
|Multiplayer||Server-based networked multiplayer|
|Links||Homepage, Discord, Twitter, Facebook, Mailing list|
- Sticking with an idea vs. Listening to players35 days ago
- Beta 0.18.0 released: accounts, frostbite and our rating system60 days ago
- Visual feedback and title screen music80 days ago
- Settings, playtests and working on crashes93 days ago
- A new version + Peace97 days ago
- Playing on itch app? please reinstall + online playtest later todayFeb 10, 2018
- Online playtest today + development updateFeb 03, 2018
- Epicinium - environmental turn-based strategyJan 30, 2018
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I'm afraid that's all the Spanish I know, so I hope it's okay if I continue in English. Thank you very much for downloading Epicinium. I'm curious what you'll think of the game, and whether it works at all under Arch Linux. We compiled under Debian 7, so there's a big chance that the binaries won't run in your distribution. Please let us know whether it works.
The game starts well. I can not use the mouse, so I understand that I only need the "Enter". But I do not know how to start the game .-. I do not speak English, so this is from the Google Translate xd
Hi! The game is controlled with the mouse. There are some keyboard shortcuts but not enough to play the game. Why does the mouse not work? Is the cursor position wrong? Or does it not move at all?
On a hunch, could you try running the game from the terminal using
from the directory that the binary named "epicinium" is in? If that fixes it, we can add that to the next version.