From the beginning, the choice is yours as to how you want to progress.  Do you support the cultures directly by helping to gather resources, building new buildings, settling down with your own home, and maybe even starting a family?  Or do you work indirectly, completing various missions offered (which may send you off to dangerous and exotic locations) that have the potential to impact on how well the towns function?  Or maybe you simply don’t care about these people, and go off on your own and rough it?

However, be aware that the universe is ever changing.  You may find yourself caught up in events that are far reaching even if you could care less about the people around you.  These are times when the universe is looking for a hero, and the time for someone (maybe you?) can step up and be that person.  Find out more here and the menu above.

From the beginning, the choice is yours as to how you want to progress.  Do you support the cultures directly by helping to gather resources, building new buildings, settling down with your own home, and maybe even starting a family?  Or do you work indirectly, completing various missions offered (which may send you off to dangerous and exotic locations) that have the potential to impact on how well the towns function?  Or maybe you simply don’t care about these people, and go off on your own and rough it?

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This week’s update has some significant features added to the game. We have added caves, grass, trees, bushes, improved mountain ranges, improved water and textures to this current build. We had a second technical preview ready to post last Friday but decided to postpone and add it with the major improvements in this update.

The videos below are broken up into 4 parts: The 3rd technical preview, cave systems, the coast, and the 2nd technical preview.

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Technical Preview 3


Cave Systems


The Coast Preview


Technical Preview 2

The Audio Spotlight Interviews George

George, our composer, was featured this week on the The Audio Spotlight. The Audio Spotlight is a website that highlights composers, sound designers and other audio professionals from around the world. Please head on over and read the interview. Congrats George!

- The Imagine Nations Team

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GlitchyBunny
GlitchyBunny May 29 2014, 11:15pm says:

I just stumbled across this and already I can not wait for this game.
Not only does it look amazing, but it's like several of my favorite games rolled into one, but then given so much more. I'm definitely linking all of my friends here.

I do have some questions.
May have overlooked this somewhere, but will there be farming?
I love farming when it comes to sandbox/open world games for the sole reason of having to explore to find a particular plants/crops for crafting. As well as animal herding/breeding (Can't really quite find the word for it). And with Imagine Nations these could be absolutely amazing!

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mbhahn
mbhahn Jul 11 2014, 11:01am replied:

Sorry for the late response, We have not hammered down when farming will be put in the game. But it will play a role in Imagine Nations as cultures need to eat via hunting or planting etc.

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mbhahn
mbhahn May 14 2014, 4:39pm replied:

Yes. We have been Greenlit already. The page can be found at Steamcommunity.com .

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Slaineify
Slaineify May 7 2014, 7:48am says:

Damn, this looks pretty promising. Will the cultures have geopolitical interaction? eg. one higher tech group attacks another one because of empire reasons, another high tech faction steps in to defend the less advanced people and then it ends up WW1 style because of all the alliances and relations

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mbhahn
mbhahn May 14 2014, 4:41pm replied:

It will be possible to have different cultures with different strategies. Some may be peaceful and some can be aggressive.

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Joshu145
Joshu145 Mar 25 2014, 10:42am says:

This game definitely has some potential. The art style is original and quite beautiful in my opinion. One thing though, If you're using a custom engine and you're already this far along into development with it. Your engine really needs some optimizations. Other than that the game seems like it could turn out great!

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mbhahn
mbhahn Mar 31 2014, 2:07pm replied:

We are still building the engine. The demo was used with unity as a prototype.

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Guest
Guest Mar 10 2014, 11:06pm says:

Is this just terribly optimized? or does it not like my rig. I can play some decently high-end games on high settings like crysis, battlefield 3, witcher 2 ect. ect. But I get literally 5-10 fps with the demo you have. I disabled all the options in the menu, but no avail.

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mbhahn
mbhahn Mar 31 2014, 2:08pm replied:

No, the demo was done in unity we found out later that ATI video cards didnt like the prototype. Dont worry we are building the game on an engine from scratch.

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