Towns is another of those sandbox based simulation games highly thought off in the gaming fraternity. It was initially developed by Xavi Canal, Alex Poysky and Ben Palgi and was launched in 2012. The game is pretty much influenced from Dwarf Fortress and Dungeon Keeper.
Towns is a single-player game and feature gameplay setup viewed in a top-down isometric view. The game viewing allows for multiple levels of height. The user builds the city and structures within either on the ground, under the ground or even high in the sky. You can start the game on different biomes like grass, desert, snow or other hosts of environments. Each such biomes has its unique quality.
The game starts off with 11 villagers. You will have to gather and collect the resources and set aside different rooms or work divisions like masonry, carpentry and much more. It’s a mix of exploration, management, adventure, and fantasy elements. You start off the grove as a hero and get to explore the world around you.
The game has different phenomenons like native dungeons, special skills that need unlocking, fights with monsters around, building different structures and more. You can further craft weapons,set upp death traps, build settlement and forces to hold back any attack and even trade exotic items around.