10 Games Like Going Medieval
1. Founders’ Fortune
Founders’ Fortune is a Strategy and Single-player Simulation for PC. It offers the perfect blend of City Building, Resource Management, and Base Building elements, taking place in the randomly generated world where the player can move from a first-person viewpoint. It offers a 3D environment, in which the player starts the game by choosing one of six different factions with the objectives of creating a city, crafting tools, and taking down opponents to loot resources. There are many challenging levels, and each level comes with fun-filled activities to partake. Explore the world from an isometric viewpoint, control the workers, and assign them job for creating new structures. In the game, the first priority of the player should be the colonists, and the player must fulfill their basic need of food and shelter. The world is full of danger, and an infection might prove fatal to the legendary warriors. In the game, each colonist will react differently depending on the events. Founders’ Fortune offers core features such as Survive Winter, Set up Farm to grow crops, Trade Goods, and more.
Depraved is a City Building, Strategy, and Single-player Simulation developed and published by Evil Bite for PC and other Platforms. The game offers a perfect world, in which the player starts his career as a leader to create an entire city of dream using a set of structures. In the game, the player is about to begin his adventure in the randomly generated world with only a carriage which is full of resources. In the start, the player needs to choose a suitable place to build his first settlement and then procure building materials from nature or by trading to create a new territory for his residents. The earning of the player depend on the happiness of the residents. While playing the game, the player has to supply his residents with foods and water. The ultimate task of the player is to defend them from being affected by harsh weather and against illness. Depraved offers prominent features such as Detailed Graphics, Top-down Exploration, Build Shelters, and more.
Factory Town offers a City Building gameplay takes place in the procedurally generated world, developed and published by Erik Asmussen for Multiple Platforms. The game emphasizes Resource Management, City Building, Crafting, Farming, and Survival elements, placing the player in the role of a leader who needs to manage all the workers and residents to grow the community. The player starts the game with few resources, workers, and a single building amid the jungle. The main aim is to navigate the surrounding environment and harvest minerals, crops, and trees and the process them into rare goods which can be used to trade. To unlock advanced machinery, the player has to invest his resources in research and then try to optimize the transport networks. A magic system is also featured that enable the player to boost his efficiency to extreme levels to become the master. There are tons of tools at the player disposal, including wagons, roads, and more. 3D environment will make the gameplay trickier and deliver the player resources from high in the mountains down to the center. Factory Town includes incredible features such as Randomly Generated World, Logistic System Map, Unlockable Magical Items, Several Modes, and more.
Civitatem is a City Building, 2D Top-down Perspective, and Single-player Simulation with an emphasis on Strategy elements developed and published by LW Games. The game introduces a medieval-themed world where you have an opportunity to establish your dream city and help your residents to raise a new settlement in dangerous areas. During the gameplay, you can make use of your skills and available resources to shape your world in your style to keep your citizens happy. While playing the game, your priority should be focused on development of your city, and then your citizens and fulfilling their basic needs of food and water. There are lots of vicious enemies struggling to spread chaos everywhere, but you should teach them lesson and put them in cage. The game takes place in the randomly generated maps, and each territory has a set of levels for you to complete. Civitatem includes superb features like Procedural Maps, Dynamic Events, Day/Night Cycles, Smooth Controls, Territory Exploration, Advanced Crafting, etc.
5. Hell Architect
Hell Architect is a Base Building and Single-player Resource Management video game developed by Woodland Games and published by PlayWay S.A. The game deals with building and managing elements and puts the player on a significant role of a manager of hell. According to the plot, the player is tasked with creating the underworld environment in a way that would make Lucifer himself fall off his chair. There’s a chance to create a hell of his dream in nine superb levels. The player can also create chaos his way and attempt to spread all over the world. Start the game with few buildings, like canteens and power stations. During the gameplay, the player has to work his way through a set of toilets and shrines and complete all requirements with some intricate torture contraptions. While playing the game, the player can treat the bad guys to his humble to different and then punish him for not obeying his order. It takes place in the 2D world where the player can move from a side-scroll viewpoint, and his objective is to complete a set of levels to become the master.
Foundation is a City-building, Medieval-themed Strategy, and Single-player video game developed and published by Polymorph Games for PC. The game is about grid-less, medieval city-building simulation places emphasis on organic development, resource management, and monument construction. It offers the perfect mix of Strategy, Simulation, and Business elements, offering engaging gameplay, in which the player has to establish a settlement as a newly appointed king of a kingdom. The game emphasizes the main aspects of urbanism in the towns and more. In the game, the player has an opportunity to create his dream city, where he as the king can control the people, take care of their basic needs, struggle to make them happy, and earn as many cash as possible to advance through the game. The player has an option to create grid-less cities that grow similar to the actual medieval towns. Foundation includes key features such as Modding Support, Unique Creation Tool, Original Soundtrack, City Building Gameplay, and more.
Life is Feudal: Forest Village is the perfect blend of City Building, Resource Management, Survival, and Open World elements developed by Mindillusion and published by Bitbox, Ltd. The game serves as the tow building simulation with emphasis on survival aspects. In the game, the player needs to lead his people, who were forced to start against on an unlocked island. During the gameplay, the player terraform and shape the land with an aim to expand their houses, orchards, windmills, and more. The player needs to forge in the jungle, hunt for food, grow crops and domestic animals for food, etc. The game is introducing the advanced farming system, enabling the player to grow vegetables, crops, and fruits as well as trees. There are a series of levels, and the player must complete each one at any cost to create a metropolitan city. The player starts the game with an empty land and must polish his skills to transform the empty land into the beautiful city. Life is Feudal: Forest Village includes core features such as Season and Dynamic Weather Systems, Increasing Population, Disasters, Dynamic Eco-system, and more. Try it out, and you’ll like it.
Folk Tale is the mix of Strategy, City-Building, Resource Management, Sandbox, and Fantasy elements developed and published by Games Foundry. The game comes with Single-player mode only and takes place in the sandbox world where the player experiences the Action Role-playing gameplay, in which he controls a ragtag band of peasants in growing the market town. During the gameplay, the player has to recruit heroes and struggle to head out into the wilds to battle against evil. The game offers the fantasy environment invaded by enemies and the player create his own impressive settlement and economy and can defend his village with gatehouses, barrier, and watchtowers. The primary objective of the player is to manage his villagers need and happiness while levelling up, recruiting and meeting heroes and special abilities. Folk Tale includes core features such as Build the Settlement, Defend the Village, Encounter the cast of Characters, Explore the Rich Environment, Research Technologies, Gather Resources, and more.
Kingdoms and Castles is a Strategy, City-Building, Sandbox, and Management Simulation developed and published by Lion Shield, LLC. The game features Single-player mode and is about building a castle from a tiny hamlet to a sprawling town. It takes place in the medieval settings, and you have to build your kingdom surrounded by dangerous castles. You start the game from an empty land, and your objective is to establish a city by placing different buildings, gather resources, and complete a series of missions to collect money. You must recruit your army, equip them with weapons and lead them during battlefield to defend the city and its inhabitant. Expand your city further and raise your people up and keep them happy by offering the best services. You explore the world from an isometric perspective, unlock additional content to use during the game and decorate your city to look beautiful. Navigate the open-ended world and immerse yourself in sandbox gameplay experience. Kingdoms and Castles offer core features such as lots of Levels, Upgrades, Types of Buildings, Resources to collect, and more.
Parkitect comes with fabulous tools and items that the player can use to create his dream park in a 3D environment. The game deals with Construction and Management Simulation elements offered by Texel Raptor. Only a Single-player mode available and the game simulates amusement park management like the RollerCoaster Tycoon series. The core mechanics of the game are building a theme park. Like RollerCoaster Tycoon, the player needs to create awesome rides, hire staff to manage the park, and then struggle to keep his guest happy. To do a complex task, the player may hire and train the staff and features several aspects that differentiate from the classic game, including resource depots, staff buildings, and more. Moreover, the game features a set of map system within its campaign mode. The task is to earn as much money as possible while keeping people happy. Parkitect includes core features such as 70 types of Parks, Build Structures, Deform the Terrain, etc. Unleash your creativity and build your dream parks.
More About Going Medieval
Going Medieval is a City-Building, Resource Management, Strategy, and Survival video game developed and published by Gramophone Games. The game supports only Single-player mode and is set in the year 1346, where an unknown planet was trapped by a mythical calamity called Black Death. However, by the end of fourteenth century, up to 95 percent population was wiped out due to an unknown disease, religious persecution, and famine. In the game, the main objective of the player is to design, create, and then grow his settlement from an empty land to a sprawling stone castle. Defend the villagers from several dangers by building the shelter. 3D terrain and building systems will let you build underground caverns and forts. By establishing roles, the player needs to optimize villagers and production lines. Lots of vicious enemies are roaming freely, so the player as the responsible leader needs to defend his villagers from them by creating impenetrable defenses. Going Medieval offers core features such as Take Care of Villagers, Optimize the Villagers, 3D Terrain, Defend the Villagers, and more.