Saturday, 15 August 2015

Craft the World - Crafting Floors Screenshot

Craft the World - Crafting Floors Description
Craft The World PC Game - More explanation screenshots
RTS genre iconSimulation genre iconFantasy style iconyear 2013 icon
This is another lovely house in the Craft the World PC game. It is not tidy as the previous one, but it may be more fun this way.  Lets see the roof, it seems we are out of materials, some parts of it are yet from mud and grass.

Then what is this on the second floor, we have a big oven and right next to it a sofa, a bed and some comfort items like painting, windows and tapestry. It seems that floor is inhabited by one hardy working dwarf. It sleeps and when he is awake he gets to work on the moment. That floor can't make much comfort with all this craftings around but it seems very clever as an experiment.  It also seems the right corner gets moisture, because a plant have grown there. In a comfortable home, that must be avoided. 

The first floor seems ok, more craftings there, some windows, a table to serve the food and two heavy metal doors from the both side. Another indication for the squeezing moist is the snail, that is creeping on the ceiling of the floor. This should be corrected too.

The basement seems made for comfort,  the statue near the stairs give a lot of it. We have some mirrors and wardrobes, banners and a bird cage down underground. In the next basement floor there is a fish aquarium to make the dwarves happy.

Game Data:
Name: Craft The World
Type: Real Time Strategy (RTS) Live Simulator (SIM)
Genre: Fantasy (Dwarves)
Year of Release: 2013
Platform: PC/Windows - More Info
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