Manor Lords: medieval strategy game

Started by fran, November 08, 2020, 08:51:55 AM

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Upcoming medieval strategy game for PC that combines deep, organic and realistic city building with large scale, tactical battles.

ETA Fall 2020

And on Steam

It is on Patreon, and from it:

QuoteHi! My name is Greg Styczen. For three years I've been solo developing a medieval strategy game called Manor Lords. It still needs a lot of work but is getting close to an alpha stage now.


Looks great, I hope he can pull it off.


Looks interesting.  Almost looks to good to be true.  However, I added it to my Steam Wishlist.   


This game does look interesting.  We'll be watching for this.
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Me too. Been on my wishlist for months! Still see no release date on Steam, though.
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Does not seem to be much news on this be released sometime in 23


Quote from: fran on January 29, 2023, 01:50:24 PMDoes not seem to be much news on this be released sometime in 23

nope, the developer has seemed to say it will be in 2023, but it will be ready when its no actual date.


I actually tried the demo when it was released.

It is amazing. you can wander through your village in 3rd person view. Not to mention it is not the same game twice. 

I hope it does well though it was such an interesting demo.
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