Folk Tale is a sandbox fantasy citybuilder RPG game in which you lead a ragtag band of peasants in growing a small settlement into a thriving market town, while dastardly minions plot your downfall. Sound the rallying call and head out into the wilds with parties of heroes to fight back the tide of evil in a game of endless possibilities.
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发行日期: 2013年5月30日

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为何要采用抢先体验这种模式?

“Folk Tale is an Early Access game, meaning that is has been released while in development for players to contribute feedback and help drive the final game. Bugs should be expected, and content - while very playable - is incomplete and still being worked on.

Folk Tale has an established track record of monthly patches that include new mechanics, content, and bug fixes, and our community rate us as one of the most transparent and open developers in Early Access. If you want to invest your heart into a game and a team of developers who listens and more importantly responds, Folk Tale is for you.

We're in the Early Access program because your involvement matters. We believe it's the future of game development, and the best way to ensure we deliver a high quality bug free game that's fun to play.

For more information, please visit the Folk Tale Website.”

这款游戏的抢先体验状态大约持续多久?

“Folk Tale is expected to be complete at some point during 2016. That said, we love Folk Tale, and we may make it a living game that continues to evolve beyond what we had planned.”

计划中的完整版本和抢先体验版本到底有多少不同?

“To date, we've prioritized the village building, economy and RTS aspects of the game, and building all the tools that we need to create worlds. That is nearing completion, and much of the team have now moved over to working on the RPG adventuring side of the game. That work involves the addition of storyline, questing, exploration, heroes, factions, and special abilities.

Please feel free to take a closer look at the Development Roadmap.”

抢先体验版本的现状如何?

“The village building, economy and RTS aspects are maturing rapidly and provide plenty of challenge with three different maps (Grassland, Swamp and Snow) with varying degrees of difficulty. Editor tools are available for map creation - you can play your own maps and share them with the community in the forums - with plenty of kits and pieces available for world building. The amount of gameplay available is too broad to define, ranging from a few hours at one end of the spectrum, up to those with in excess of 1,000 hours.

For a good look at the current state of Folk Tale, please watch a recent Dev Hangout stream.”

在抢先体验期间和结束之后,游戏价格会有所不同吗?

“Yes. Our price plan was announced when we first launched in Early Access, and the RRP price has already risen once. It will rise once more shortly before launch.”

在开发过程中,你们是如何计划让玩家社区参与进来的?

“We've been in Early Access long enough to build a reputation for dedication to community engagement. You'll find us discussing posts and answering questions in the community forums on a daily basis. We also run a weekly or bi-monthly Dev Hangouts live streams where the community can join us to share ideas and follow progress while we play the latest dev builds. And then there are the monthly dev blogs.”
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4月4日

Folk Tale Patch 0.2.16



Platforms
PC, Mac

Major Changes
Sandbox Player: DirectX 11 Now Default, With Fallback To DirectX 9.0c
Sandbox Player: Woodcutters Receive Plant Sapling Ability (Consumes Seeds)*
Sandbox Player: Seeds Are Now A Resource, Dropped By Monsters
Sandbox Player: Topbar Changed To Add Resources; Removed Stockpile Dialog
Sandbox Player: Buildings Can Now Be Constructed Over Resources**
Sandbox Player: Advisor Queue Added For Priority Voices (e.g. Tutorial Quests)
Sandbox Player: Walls Are Now Easier To Place
Sandbox Player: Objects Blocking Building And Wall Placement Are Now Highlighted In Most Cases
Sandbox Editor: Workbench - Visual Modding Tool Added***

Minor Changes
Sandbox Player: Characters Get 30 Seconds Immunity After Recovering From Sickness
Sandbox Player: Roads Removed From Maps
Sandbox Player: Food Rations Removed From Wagon, Making Foraging More Important
Sandbox Player: Goods Are Now Only Removed From Inventory When Villagers Arrive At The Point Of Transfer Rather Than Removing Them Before They Set Off
Sandbox Player: Global Inventory Now Shows All Goods Be They In Storehouses, Being Carried, Or In Buildings
Sandbox Player: Character Collider Radius Increased To Make Selection Easier
Sandbox Player: Bakery, Butchery, Windmill and Fishing Hut Now Transfer Food To Storehouse. Food Now Bought From Storehouses.
Sandbox Player: Working Peasants Now Return Resources To Any Appropriate Building, e.g. Wood to Wagon, Woodcutter Hut or Storehouse
Sandbox Player: Need For Protein and Vegetables Starts When Culture Score Passes 30
Sandbox Player: Need For Firewood Starts When Culture Score Passes 35
Sandbox Player: Popup Confirmation Added When Save Game Successful
Sandbox Player: UI Tweaks (Font Change, New Text Rendering System For Improved Clarity, Button Hover States, Removed Background From Resource Proximity Locators)
Sandbox Player: Day/Night Cycle Extended, Crossfade Takes Longer
Sandbox Editor: Ice Palace Kit Overhauled
Sandbox Editor: 67 Kit Pieces Added (Ice Palace, Grassland Glade Props)

Bug Fixes
#0090 Sandbox Player: Trebuchet Class Deer As Enemies
#0149 Sandbox Player: Large Tree Stumps/Berry Bushes Not Cleared When Placing Building
#0153 Sandbox Player: Advisor Says Several Things At The Same Time
#0156 Sandbox Player: Woodcutter Harvests 5 Wood When Manually Ordered To Chop, Should Be Greater
#0157 Sandbox Player: Workers Don't Clear Closest Resources To Buildings First
#0158 Sandbox Editor: Bounding Box Doesn't Show On WorldObjects After First Selection
#0159 Sandbox Player: Building Walls After Placing Gatehouse Can Result In Perma-Smoke Cloud
#0160 Sandbox Player: Villagers Hammering Thin Air After Deleting A Wall Section Under Construction
#0161 Sandbox Player: Minimap Is White When Playing Crypts Map
#0162 Sandbox Player: When Constructing Walls, Removable Objects Under Walls Removed Even If Not Enough Resources
#0163 Sandbox Player: Small Ore And Stone Resources Not Giving Same Output

Known Issues
Paths Aren't Saving In Map Files
Several Ice Palace Props Are Broken
Several Construction Kit Props Are Broken
Some Systems Kit Pieces Cannot Be Used Or Selected If Placed (Save And Reload Map In Editor)
Zombie in Undead Kit Is Broken - Don't Use

Developer Comments
We’d like to remind players that the default build for Windows is now 64-bit, which the vast majority of players are using. Players with older 32-bit versions of Windows will need to opt in to the 32-bit build. For more information, please visit http://steamcommunity.com/app/224440/discussions/0/540744474771635312/

* To plant multiple saplings, once the Woodcutter’s special ability is activated, left click will place one after another, until you run out of seeds or you right click to cancel.

** Resources that will be destroyed are highlighted in yellow. Blocking objects preventing construction are highlighted in red.

*** Workbench is the visual scripting modding tool integrated into the Editor. Press ‘Y’ to access it. We’ve written the Workbench Guide to help get you started, and you can watch the last two Dev Hangout videos on http://youtube.com/gamesfoundry.

We've iterated on the way economy inventory works to reduce player confusion. Crafting can now draw on goods in transit, so if peasants run off with all your Firewood, you can still craft items that require it as an ingredient (for example Plate Armor). We draw directly from the peasant’s carry load so their final delivery is smaller. Basically you can steal back your Firewood!

In March we cleared out the remnants of the old tutorial from the project, significantly changing the structure of the installation footprint. The patch size is therefore much larger usual.

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3月19日

Folk Tale Dev Blog 33



Workbench, the node-based visual scripting environment in Folk Tale promising to democratize modding.

For larger clickable images, please visit:
http://blog.gamesfoundry.com/2015/03/folk-tale-dev-blog-33.html

Campaign Feel, But In Sandbox

With the village building, economy and RTS controls maturing into a very playable state, and Load/Save added a few patches ago, team effort is firmly focused on delivering assets and systems to support the RPG side of Folk Tale. That means storyline, questing, heroes and factions. It's the juicy campaign goodness often missing from sandbox that provides context, purpose and flavor.

Campaign and sandbox are not mutually exclusive; campaign can sit comfortably within a sandbox framework and players can dip in and out of both as they please. Having developed the sandbox framework to drive world mechanics, I'm pleased to be revealing Workbench, our visual modding tool for Folk Tale. We've removed the need for writing lines of complex programming code, democratizing modding by lowering the barriers to entry.



Workbench is a node-based visual scripting environment similar to those found in game development engines as an alternative to programming. It's an easy to grasp visual environment that's great for level designers who don't have technical skills, but whom still require fine control and power over their environment.

Nodes provide access to objects, events, and commands within the game. For example, you might want the player to meet an NPC, fire off a branching quest dialogue, remove ingredients from the player's inventory, walk to a crafting anvil and forge an epic weapon, before returning to give the player their reward. Or perhaps a helpless traveller needing an escort through bandit territory to safety? That's all possible with just a few clicks, no programming required.

By investing heavily in framework and editor tools, we're building in replayability, longevity and value from the ground up. Had Folk Tale development continued as a linear campaign game, players would have played through the game a couple of times, before relegating it to the virtual shelf to collect dust. By empowering players to create worlds, the community can enjoy new experiences by downloading new maps and worlds.

I'm genuinely stoked about the possibilities Workbench brings to Folk Tale. It's the modern day equivalent of sitting down as a Dungeon Master with a pencil and graph paper, planning out environments and encounters for players to enjoy.

Workbench will be available in a patch update at the end of April.

RPG Content: Factions

Of course, we need content to deliver a superb RPG experience. So today we're also taking a first look at factions. In Folk Tale, each biome (grassland, swamp, snow etc.) has two opposing factions, each with fleshed out storyline, quests and heroes for players to unlock and add to their adventuring party. We're working on the first two factions that reside in and around the grassland biome, namely the Withering Dead, and the Gladefolk.

Spoiler alert. You may not want to read beyond this point if you want some of the storyline to remain a surprise. Please note that storyline may be subject to change.



Withering Dead

The Withering Dead are a necromantic faction residing in the dank, dark recesses of the world where the dead are laid to rest. Mordich, gatekeeper to the Plane Of Shadows, is raising a legion of undead to work in his cheap sandals factory in an attempt to pay the bills. With people living longer following the publication of the bestselling Tome Of Healthy Living, times have become hard, and moonlighting from his regular job of reaping seems like a great option.



After suffering the loss of her husband Brom at the hands of bandits, Lilith sealed a deal with Mordich that saw her summon him to the Physical Plane. In return Mordich would teach her the ways of Necromancy so that she could summon Brom's spirit and return him to life. As months turned to years, the shadow magic corrupted Lilith's soul, and her good natured spirit was replaced by something much more sinister.



Having arrived in the Physical Plane, Mordich summoned the spirit of Bonefinger, an ancient dragon from the Plane Of Shadows, binding it to the corpse of a recently dead and rotting dragon. From the primeval era, Bonefinger is a truly grueomsome behemoth capable of spewing acid breath, causing terror with it's roar, and slaming down opponents en masse with its powerful wings.



While Mordich's sandal factory is filled with an army of animated skeleton workers, Mordich also controls zombie harvesting gangs that raid the Gladefolk's Everbloom Pastures in search of the magic flowers that contain the energy he needs to power his factory.



Gladefolk

Over in the Glade, Nara, Earth Mother, is enraged by Mordich's raids, and is pushing back against the rot and decay that the zombie harvesting gangs leave in their wake.



With the help of her daughter, Willow, Nara plots to put Mordich out of business and banish him back to the Plane Of Shadows.



Summoning the behemoth Mossclaw to defend the Everbloom Pastures, Nara sends Willow on an epic journey into the underworld, where she'll resist the corruption of her soul and discover the Bone Phylactery that channels Mordich's life force between planes.



It's up to players to choose their moral stand point and help whichever side they please. Help the Withering Dead, and Mordich will lavish players with otherworldly items of immense power while corrupting the natural world. Help the Gladefolk, and you'll have Nara's thanks and Willow's restorative magic. It's never black and white in Folk Tale.

Neutrals

Not all heroes the players meet will be aligned to a faction. Some pursue their own agenda, and players can unlock them by helping neutral heroes on quests. Ser Gregory, a heavily armored tank, will be the first hero to be added to the game.


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"Folk Tale looks like a marvelously ambitious fantasy city-builder – featuring fully explorable building/dungeon interiors and an adventure-focused RPG component – with some admirably silly humor to boot."
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Folk Tale contains edgy humor that may be considered inappropriate for children or sensitive audiences. Folk Tale isn't a childrens game. We'd like to encourage parents to undertake due diligence before purchasing and fully understand what Early Access is by reading Steam's Early Access FAQ.

关于这款游戏

Folk Tale is a sandbox fantasy village-builder RPG game in which you lead a ragtag band of peasants in growing a small settlement into a thriving market town, while dastardly minions plot your downfall. Sound the rallying call and head out into the wilds with parties of heroes to fight back the tide of evil in a game of endless possibilities.

Rule with tyranny and oppression, or liberalism and justice. Play as a merciless expansionist hell-bent on destruction, or as a gold-hoarding mercantilist who'll sell their own grandmother for a handful of coin. With random events and dynamic story, in Folk Tale you never know how the story will unfold.

Planned Features


Please note not all features and content have been completed yet. For more information please visit the Development Roadmap on our website.

Build your own impressive settlement and economy chains;

Manage villager needs and happiness, tackling sickness and rebellion;

Defend your town from attack by manning palisades and stone walls, upgrading towers with siege defenses, and hiding traps to slow and wound the enemy;

Meet, recruit, and level-up heroes and special abilities;

Explore a rich and diverse world spanning multiple biomes, including raiding dungeons, with direct control of your villagers and heroes;

Immerse yourself in the lives of your villagers as they become drawn into their own story lines;

Research new technologies unlocking crafting recipes and economic bonuses;

Collect resources and loot corpses for new gear and ingredients to be used in crafting;

Beautiful stylized graphics with voice-acted characters;

Download community-designed custom worlds, or create your own using the editor to share with friends or the wider community;

Tongue-in-cheek humor for a refreshing blend of fantasy;

Endless hours of sandbox fun with random events within a dynamic story framework;

Supports different styles of play, from fast-paced war-mongering to slower city management.

A Brief History Of Development


June-Dec following launch we focused exclusively on Sandbox Tech; very little work was done on the original tutorial because in time it will be scrapped and migrated to sandbox. Dec '13 we released 0.2.0 which included the Sandbox Editor, which has continued to improve in each of the 13 monthly patches since. Sandbox Player arrived at the end of Q1 '14, allowing players to play maps both we and the community had designed. While that was going on the Art Team were busy creating nearly all the buildings including 3 upgrade tiers, nearly all the human professions in both male and female forms, interesting monsters, hundreds of detailed icons, the UI, and 3 complete biomes including grasslands, snow and swamp. Our musician was busy composing a huge part of the soundtrack. Right now we're adding lots of gameplay mechanics and the game is becoming a lot more playable, before moving on to add more content to support the RPG side of the game.

Where to catch up on development:
http://blog.gamesfoundry.com/

Join in the weekly dev hangout live streams for gameplay coverage and Editor tutorials:
http://twitch.tv/gamesfoundry

Learn more about buildings, professions, and items in the website Game Guide:
http://www.gamesfoundry.com/gameguide.aspx

Some players are disappointed either because they felt we launched in Early Access too early, or because they expect the game to be developed at a faster pace, and that has lead to mixed reviews. Ultimately we were set back a year by developing sandbox tech aimed at delivering a better game that the majority wanted, rather than pushing out playable content, and that upset some players who perceived it as no progress being made. Other folks thank us for not rushing and instead focusing on quality, not slashing features and slapping 1.0 on it, and not mis-managing our funding so badly that development has to fold. Early Access has been a learning process for all devs. We've made some mistakes along the way. We've also learned a lot. But we're still here, communicating more than ever, and still driving development forward and working towards the goal of delivering on the game's amazing potential.





系统需求

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS:64-bit Windows Vista®, Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Processor:Intel® CoreTM2 Duo 2.4 Ghz or better, AMD AthlonTM X2 2.8 Ghz or better
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:DirectX 9 compatible with 512 MB video RAM or better (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 / ATI Radeon HD 5850)*
    • Desktop Resolution:1280x720
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:1.4GB HD space
    • Sound:Windows compatible sound card

    *Intel HD 4000 cards have a known problem and are not supported
    Recommended:
    • OS:64-bit Windows 7 or 8 (64-bit)
    • Processor:Intel® CoreTM2 Quad 2.7 Ghz or better, AMD PhenomTM II X4 3 Ghz or better
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 560 or better
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:1.4GB HD space
    • Sound:Windows compatible sound card
    Minimum:
    • OS:OS X 10.7.5 or higher. OS X 10.8.0 or higher
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce GT 650M 512MB, Radeon HD 5770 1GB, Alpha may run slowly on Intel integrated graphics chipsets*
    • Desktop Resolution:1280x720
    • Hard Drive:1.4GB HD space

    *Intel HD 4000 cards have a known problem and are not supported
    Recommended:
    • OS:OS X 10.7.5 or higher. OS X 10.8.0 or higher
    • Processor:Quad Core Intel
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce GTX 675MX 1GB, Radeon HD 6970M 1 GB or better
    • Hard Drive:1.4GB HD space
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