Villagers & Heroes has been patched with a significant content update called "The Copse of the Treants" that brings new high-level content and feature improvements into the game. This marks the second part of the larger expansion called The Voyage Through the Blighted Isles.
Join Beau Hindman and members of the Mad Otter crew as they check out the newly-relaunched Villagers and Heroes client. If you like sandbox gameplay with themepark elements and have not tried Villagers and Heroes yet, this might be a good place to start. If you have questions about the game, or if you simply want to watch as Beau asks silly questions about the relaunch, check it out right here.
The concept of letting players shape and build a game world in a sandbox environment is far from unique at this point in the game industry. While Minecraft popularized the idea with its simplistic visuals, similar games existed before and continue to exist afterwards that employ related gameplay elements.
Earlier this week I hosted a live stream interview and walkthrough of Villagers and Heroes by Mad Otter Games. Joining me on the stream was Damon Slye. Damon is the President, Creative Director, Producer, Designer, and intern at Mad Otter. While it really isn't a one man show it is a small dedicated team that Damon is a part of and ends up wearing a number of different hats.
Villagers & Heroes is now available on Steam thanks to today's official release. To celebrate the momentous occasion, V&H arrives with a brand new expansion, "Fury of the Stone Lord".
Villagers and Heroes, a unique indie sandbox MMO with player-created towns and much more, is officially heading to Steam according a press release from Mad Otter Games. The game has been given an April 17th release date and the Steam version will include new maps, new quests and adventure modes and much more.
Villagers and Heroes is a game with a twist: It is largely based on crafting and free-form game play. We took a look at Villagers & Heroes and have a great preview to offer. Read on before heading to the comments.
Neonga has announced that the open beta for A Mystical Land is ending and that retail launch will bring a host of big changes into the game.
The team behind A Mystical Land has announced that the indie title will be leaving its beta phase of development at the end of the month. Subsequent to that, the game will receive a big update that will include some much-asked for features.