Villagers is a town building game set in the medieval age. The game sells for $19.99 at steam and now it’s available free through GameSessions.
If you love city builders and simulation games, try this small game, you don’t have to pay anything.
This town building game by indie developer Bumblebee was released on March 25, 2016.
This simulation game doesn’t need a high-end PC, you need a Windows system with 2GB RAM,
1.2GHZ dual-core processor, and a graphics card compatible with DirectX 9.
This City Builder works on latest Windows 10, Windows 7, Vista and XP.
Although the game works on Mac OSX and
Ubuntu OS systems, the giveaway is restricted to Windows systems.
The game interface supports Six languages ( English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Russian)
and you have an option for audio in two languages (English and German).
Villagers PC Game Giveaway:
GameSessions is giving away a free copy of Villagers game to its users. This copy of Villagers is almost yours to keep and play forever, for free. All you have to do is to download the game and play for five minutes to activate the promo.
To avail, this freebie, head on to GameSession webpage.
Create an account (or login with Facebook).
Visit this game promo page and hit the ‘Download Free Game’ button to download the installer which is around 6 MB.
Run this installer or GameSessions download manager to download required files.
I tried this promo and installed the game on Windows 7 PC. The GameSessions DLM downloaded around 647 MB files, you can see the screenshot.
Once you finished downloading required files, run the GameSessions launcher.
Log in with your account and play the game for 5 minutes. You will notice a big banner in the game that Promo was activated, that’s it.
Note: This giveaway is available till 31/10/2018.
About Villagers PC Game:
Villagers is a mixture of a town-building- and artificial people simulation in a
medieval, europeanesque setting.
Besides a Free play mode, giving you full access to all the 25 buildings of the game and
a selection of 10 different maps to explore.
It comes with a story mode worthy of its name, including six gripping chapters. Each providing an attractive introduction to different aspects of the game.
By telling the story of a group of settlers. The story mode will guide you through the construction of your first village and
explains the difficulties of life in medieval times and how to play the game.
Traveling through various areas, you are going to set up towns in muddy swampland,
on a deserted mountainside or rebuild a mysterious ghost town.
You are going to meet traveling artists infected by the plague, fierce bandits and
wild animals attacking your townspeople and live the story of your hero and his people.
- 5-6 hours of campaign gameplay plus unlimited hours of fun in Freeplay-Mode
- 25 beautifully designed buildings
- 16 professions, coming with individual clothing sets for the villagers
- Sophisticated AI living everyday life, forming families and doing their duties
- Production chains e.g. a mill doubling the food income from grain
- Challenging subsystems like trading with the merchant
- Gripping story, providing a joyful introduction to the game in the campaign mode
- 16 illustrated and colorful characters
- Wonderful music introducing chapters and seasons
- The player can choose between a male and female protagonist
- English and German localization
You start your game on virgin lands full of wildlife. Your first step will be to choose a good start point for your new village by placing the town hall. Your people need food and water to survive and need wood, stone, and iron to build their town. Trees can be chopped to produce wood, which is required for most buildings.
Some others, such as the sawmill and the smithy, need iron, which can be dug for in mines. Stone, necessary to build a guardhouse or bridges, can be found in loose rocks or stones.
Your people will need food, which can be produced by hunters, farmers, fishers or herdsmen.
Should any resource be unavailable, you can build a warehouse
and wait for traveling traders.
But beware! Your villagers have feelings – their happiness is shown in a window beside more details about
what they are doing now, their name, family, age, profession, and needs.
Happy villagers tend to be more productive, providing the need to take care of them.
Couples living in houses will get children, delivered by a stork. By the time, they will grow up and become more workers to support the town.
Adults get old and weak and care for the house, delivering food and water. You can actually follow your villager’s life from childhood to death.