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Colony Survival Free Download Unfitgirl My nephew had a recent birthday and when I asked him what he’d like from me, he immediately told me that he wanted a copy of Colony Survival, and he wanted a whole day for me play to it with him. I was initially a little skeptical because I’d played the game a few years ago and didn’t really think it was suitable for the now-one-year-older youth. Mostly, I just thought it was a little clunky and didn’t seem like the sort of game a kid would like. My nephew had been watching a number of videos online, along with a few streams with various people playing the game, and assured me that he wanted Colony Survival along with some of my time. Thus, I bought an extra copy of Colony Survival and sent it to the kid through Steam as I reinstalled the title on my own system. I had about an hour the day before we were supposed to play, so I watched a few videos and fired the game up. I found a game that was far better than I’d remembered. Pipliz has clearly continued to actively develop Colony Survival and have made significant progress in key areas. Also, I figured out a few easy ways to make the game more fun for myself and my nephew. If you find yourself like me and looking for good games to play with nieces, nephews, or your own children, then I’d be recommending Colony Survival, and I hope this article helps you out a bit. Otherwise, you might still find it worthwhile to learn a few of the reasons I enjoyed the game and would recommend it in general. I seem to remember something like the early tips that now popup in the game I played several years ago, but I don’t remember them being as clear and helpful as they are now. Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES

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There’s also no reason not to take your time reading through the tips, which you can bring up and down easily by hitting the F1 key. Since the zombies don’t spawn until you start spawning in your own villagers, you have plenty of time to rough out your initial settlement and learn the gist of the controls. Take your time getting started and don’t rush to spawn villagers. The UI also seems to be much improved and easier to use, which was one of the things I worried about when it came to playing the game with the kids. When I’d first looked into Colony Survival, it was difficult to figure out what to do. In part that was an issue of the tutorial and lack of early tooltips, but the UI has been significantly improved and is much easier to use now. I also don’t remember the research function existing, or it’s possible I just never played the game enough to get there. Now, it’s a feature that definitely exists and one I think adds a lot to the game by establishing a tech tree. Though, I recently read that the team is looking to update it and make the mechanic more interesting. What’s there now is a progression system that I don’t remember from before, and it’s actually a pretty solid balance of effort and timing. I haven’t gotten to it in the game yet, but while reading through the patch notes, I found some really cool updates that I’m excited to check out. The map is much larger with diverse climates and a number of unique regions with research and jobs distinct to those regions. Also, there’s a trading mechanic and a mechanic for multiple colonies.

Red’s Thoughts

There was a time where I might have compared Colony Survival to Minecraft, but definitely not now. The only similarities between the two is in the terrain generation and some general aesthetic choices, but otherwise Colony Survival is far more complex and has a great deal for depth to it. I’m actually finding that I really like this game for myself, and not just as something that I can share with my nephew. If you do play with kiddos of your own, there are a few things you can do to help enhance the experience. While I’m really enjoying the game’s depth as an adult and am very interested to explore it in more detail, I did start the game to play with my nephew. I’m also really glad of the chance to share a game that’s age appropriate and that he enjoys as much as I do. One of the first things you’ll want to focus on either way is food. It’s very easy to expand past your food production capacity and colonists will starve and die without food. I usually push for wheat production quickly and then spend a little time ramping up the agricultural production before expanding again. I like to try to lay in a stock of bread crates before making the next jump. Each box is fifty bread, which comes out to 150 food. Early in the game, five or six boxes of bread will allow you to completely die off, buy back your basic run of villagers to get wheat production going again, and still have enough food to get the harvest in, even if you started with none. This is important because if you rent a server, it continues to run while you’re not on. You’ll want to be able to jump start your settlement from scratch in case you starve to death while you’re offline. Ancestors The Humankind Odyssey 

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Also, the boxes of bread can be given to other players, which is a good way cover for kids who go a little crazy hiring new villagers sometimes. My nephew starved himself out a handful of times and food crates allowed me to help him out easily and keep him enjoying the game. It’s really easy to starve yourself out in this game, so expect younger kids to do it pretty regularly. Another tip for playing with kids is to build your bases right next to each other. Hit the number 2 to place your banner and try to position it so that there’s about two blocks gap between the edge of your zone and the edge of the kid’s zone. If you wall in your base and both of you position your gates so that they’re facing each other, your defenses will compliment each other. This helps a lot, and especially after the fore-mentioned hiring sprees. More villagers not only eat your food faster, they also cause more and harder zombies to spawn and you’ll probably need to help in defending both bases. …not to mention when someone’s defenders start dying off due to starvation, you’re in a position to cover down a bit. The last tip is really just observation. The server requirements for Colony Survival is relatively light, so it’s a cheap server to rent. I had been setting one up on my own, which is very do-able, but was going to have to reinstall a system I was already using for something else. I ended up checking online to see how expensive it would be to just rent a server, and it ended up being roughly a dollar per player-slot. It was less, but with fees and such, it came out to about $7/month for the server.

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That really makes it even easier to have a server that you can share with kids over a prolonged period, I think. Especially if you’re playing with kids spread across the country like I am. Bottom line is that I’m stoked about this game. I’d really written it off and while I’d planned to come back to it later and give it another go, the early interface was so rough that I just never really got excited enough to do so. Luckily, my nephew is getting into gamer culture and watching streamers, which led him to discovering the game. Looking through the patch notes for the game, I see very consistent progress by what I think is just a team of maybe three developers. I’m incredibly impressed to see progress at that pace for such a tiny team, and they definitely have my attention going forward. As much as the developers are doing, the community is really stepping up to add interesting mods for the game. There are a number of mods featuring the gambit of texture improvements, mechanics changes, and even just pre-built worlds to explore. Pretty much the typical sort of mods you’d expect, but the activity in the modding community is one of those things that tells me this game will likely be around for a while and will always have something new to try. That extra mileage will help the single game appeal to different preferences of the different kids, which I also appreciate. Since reinstalling the game to play with my nephew, I’ve bought and gifted several copies around my friends list on Steam. Anno 1800

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I find it incredibly easy to recommend Colony Survival, even as just a fun solo experience, but it’s a riot with friends. It also helps that it’s so easy to play with younger kids and still provides enough interest for the adults. That’s actually a really hard target to hit, and I think these guys nailed it dead center. If you picked it up early and put it back down as quickly as I did, try reinstalling. I would recommend a couple videos just to get over that initial learning curve or expect to start several new games while you figure it out. Remember to focus on food early, and you should be fine. Of course, if you do give it a shot, I’d really enjoy hearing about your experience below, so let me know! It’s also a bit Minecraft-but-tower-defence. Colonists can also be assigned to guard duty. These rigid peasants stand on the spot you mark out for them and never move. They do not sleep, they do not eat. They just stand there and, when night falls and the slow-moving zombies come out of the woods, they shoot any enemy in range with a deadly arrow. They are less your servants than they are immovable turrets with a face. I say face – they have two hollow eyes and nothing else. Still, I would have liked such protection on my first attempt at a town. Sadly, I didn’t figure out how to place these guardsmen in good time, which led to some unfortunate consequences. There are some, er, quirks to learning the game, you see. The tutorial consists of a multi-paged dialogue box (see above) which unloads all the elements and controls on you at once

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Also accompanied by an honest-to-god PDF that explains how to take your first tentative steps. For some reason you can’t pause to read either of these things (in-game time just continues to pass) which makes stopping to figure out how to build an oven for baking or how to create new berry farms a problem, since if you have some colonists, the zombies will come for them as soon as the moon rises. That learning process scuppered my first attempt at creating a township. I had made a wheat field and a berry farm and was working on a two-block deep moat to keep the undead at bay (they can’t climb more than a single block and will pathfind their way around any such obstacle). But I had failed to place down quivers, the “workstation” necessary to recruit the archer guards. I watched as the poor folk of Pimpleton were eaten alive in their beds by plodding zombies, who then vanished in a whiff of code as soon as they touched our colony’s central flag, rather than trying also to kill me. The second town, Goitreville, went much better. I put the colony’s flag down in a flat area with few trees and recruited a couple of berry pickers. But the most important task was to get protection, I had realised. A moat was finished and two guards put on stoney pedestals within the first day. They watched over the only entrance to the settlement. Every night the zombos came and were taken out with frightening efficiency by the turretmen. One arrow is enough to fell a single zombie. Assassin’s Creed III 

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What I don’t have much of, though, is food. This is the point Colony Survival is its most compelling. You need a certain amount of food every day, dependent on the number of grubby chattels you have. But it also costs 50 food units to recruit a new colonist. Here the invisible tech tree compels you to add more to your town. “I need bread for the workers,” you think. “But for that I need flour. But for that I need a grindstone, and a pleb to work at it. But for that I need more berries.” So you set to work, planting fields, constructing ovens, slowly adding more people to the village as you go. Running low on arrows, you add a miner to work the bedrock, where all the minerals live. You put a bed and a crate down there, so he never needs to see the light of day. You are a good chieftain. And then, at a dozen or more workers, that’s it. You’ve built all you can seemingly build. The farms and people are more or less self-sufficient, the miners and the smelters make new iron ingots, the craftsman makes new arrows, the forester provides new logs. There’s even a mint to automatically create gold coins that are only used in your own shop. Where the shop gets its flax seed from, I have no idea. In other words, the colony is, uh, surviving. The waves of zombies that come at night grow for every new bondsman tilling your fields or baking loaves, but the horde is always manageable.  The tower defence infrastructure for Goitreville involved nothing more than the two guardsmen who were placed there on the first day.

Later, I added a third, not because the zombies were becoming a problem, just because I had the resources and there was nothing else to do. The only other threat here is starvation and we are hundreds of berries away from that and, as long as I don’t recruit a dozen people in a single sweating flash of hubris, we always will be. The word “undercooked” gets used often in this column. Which isn’t surprising for a column about half-formed things. But this really earns that honour. For the three or four hours it takes you to found your town, dig the moat, create the fields, hire the guards, build an economy (of sorts), add a thatched roof to your sleeping quarters and an archway to the moat’s “bridge” (which is really just a zombie killing zone), Colony Survival is compulsive in a recognisably crafty way. But once you hit the limit of its technological advances, there’s not much more to push you on. The zombies don’t pose a serious enough threat to rethink your defences. The colonists don’t get sick or sleepy or die naturally of old age. Once everything is running smoothly, there’s nowhere else to go. You could build a giant castle like the ones demonstrated in trailers and screenshots, but aside from fulfilling a sense of satisfaction that would be much better served by any other contemporary survival game, even Minecraft itself, there feels like no reason to do this. More resources, jobs, enemies and features will likely add to that lifespan. So long as the developer doesn’t take the easy road of simply upping the resource cost of villagers and craftable items – something that would make it more of a waiting game that it can already be.

Add-ons (DLC):Colony Survival

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows Vista SP1 & newer, 64-bit
Processor: Intel Pentium G620 (2.5 Ghz dual core) or equivalent
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 5000, 1280×720 display
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 300 MB available space
Additional Notes: Work in progress: new features may raise the bar, optimizations may lower the bar

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 SP1 & newer, 64-bit
Processor: Intel i5-2300 (2.8 GHz quad core) or equivalent
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 750 or equivalent, 2 GB VRAM, 1920×1080 display
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 1 GB available space
Additional Notes: Work in progress: new features may raise the bar, optimizations may lower the bar

NOTE: THESE STEPS MAY VARY FROM GAME TO GAME AND DO NOT APPLY TO ALL GAMES

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  4. Click Apply then OK.
  5. Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
  6. In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
  7. In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
  8. Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
  9. Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
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