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Take command of your first colony as the Orc Prince. Dig, Build and Expand your colony deeper underground.
release date: 15 Jun, 2019
developer: Luzon Games
publisher: Luzon Games
About This Game
The Orc King has finally decided that you are ready to start your own colony. You are given a single Builder and a goblin plus some crowns and stones to get you started. There is also a working silver mine so that you can get your economy up and running.
It is up to you to dig deep underground and build rooms to attract new orcs. Don't forget to provide your orcs with food, a place to eat and beds for them to sleep in or they will be angry and just leave the colony.
You will also need to plan where to mine ores for crowns (silver, gold, emerald) or for weapons and armor (copper, iron, mithril).
You can also attract Orc Champions to raid nearby human or even orc settlements. It is better to send your champions with the best armor and weapons you have which will greatly increase the chance of success.
Remember do not raid too fast and too far or the Human King or even the Orc King will send their own soldiers to your colony!
- 15 Rooms you can build and upgrade for more efficiency
- Build Elevators to connect the different levels of your colony
- Form raiding parties that consists of Orc Champions to send to raid nearby human or orc settlements
- Orcs will get hungry and sleepy and will search for the nearest bedroom or dining room
min system requirement: OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel core i5, 1.5 GHz and up
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 1 Gb dedicated video card, shader model 3.0+
DirectX: Version 10
Storage: 400 MB available space
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Orc Colony user review
Actually, I quite like the game. It's a good way to drift a few hours away, and the production chain is interesting enough for a few games. Still, there are definite issues. The distribution system definitely needs work, since with larger bases your minions go all over the place to collect and deliver. A few ways to limit areas of control would be extremely helpful beyond the rather limited aspect of just assigning particular goods.
Orc Colony is a side-view city building / management game with the potential for a more complex combat element later on. As of right now, it's actually quite entertaining and well put together. But there's no tutorial and limited information, some of which I consider vital information. Your first few bases will be failures until you work out the mechanics. But once you got it down, you'll make something momma orc would be proud of.
This is a super fun top down sim game. I had really fun playing it. There is no tutorial that was offered when signing in, so you have to learn as you go. Still learning myself. I totally recommend this game, it has a fresh take on the sim world. A+
Sim Tower, but with orcs!
I'm pretty sure it's been abandoned.
When I load my game, the HUD doesn't appear. Fun game until that started to happen. Now the game is unplayable.
change resolution hide icon or settings cant change any in game dont see icon and cant build or any other
Started it once, played almost 10 Hours.
Fun and all, but woefully unintuitive. You must learn everything yourself. What do you do when an orc abandons your stronghold for lack of food?
A fun little 2D City management, not to hard realy. Just relax and enjoy
Orc Colony is a pretty neat cross between a light Dwarf Fortress-esque game and a light Sim Tower game.
awsome game. only problems i've encountered are: me being dumb and accidentaly placing an elevator when it clearly should e one to the left because of a boulder. and some times having to reset th e resolution. but otherwise its a great game great mechanics and i love the artstile
After a few hours of play I have begun to enjoy this game and feel that it is well worth the small amount it cost me. I did have problems at the start and had to rely on YouTube video help to get me through the early stages but once you start to realise what is important to build up your colony and what isn't then the fun can begin. As I said well worth the few pounds that it costs, that's if you stick with it.