Gnomoria ist ein Sandboxspiel, in dem Sie ein Dorf verwalten und einer kleinen Gruppe an Gnomen, die ganz alleine losgezogen ist, helfen ein blühendes Königreich zu erschaffen! Alles was Sie sehen, kann abgebaut und an anderer Stelle wieder aufgebaut werden.
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“Gnomoria is currently under development, but releases regular updates. We are actively working hard on fixing bugs, adjusting gameplay balance and adding new features and content. We are active in the community and take feedback and suggestions into consideration, so check back to see what each new update brings!”
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2. Oktober 2015

v0.9.18 released!

Mod Support!

For a complete list of changes check out the changelog on indev.

To use a mod, either subscribe to it on Steam Workshop or copy the mod to your Mods folder where Gnomoria is installed. When starting a new game, select Advanced Options and choose the mod.

To create a mod, copy the "Mod Files" folder into the "Mods" folder and rename it. To set the name and description for your mod, create a text file and name it settings.ini. Add "Name = " without quotes followed by the mod name and on a separate line "Description = " followed by your mod description.

To upload your mod to Steam Workshop, create a folder in the Steam Workshop folder and name it whatever you want. Copy your mod into that new folder and rename it to "Mod Files". To add a preview image when viewing this mod in the Workshop, add an image file named preview.png. Launch Gnomoria, select Steam Workshop and then the mod you wish to add or update.

When creating mods, each file is documented at the top explaining how to edit that file. New images are added to the Sprites folder and can be combined or separate files. Missing files will load the vanilla equivalent. To combine multiple mods, create a folder in your mod folder and name it "Included Mods". This folder should be next to the Data and Sprites folder. Copy the mod you want to include into that new folder. Create a text file called modmergeorder.ini and list the mods in the order you want them to be added. Mods will merge together with mods that loaded first having priority.

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“it's easy to get lost in designing the perfect little base for your gnomes”
Kotaku

“insanely fun, and highly addictive, village management game”
Destructoid

“the satisfaction you feel for establishing your civilization is overwhelming. Basically, the more you put into Gnomoria, the more you get from it”
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Über dieses Spiel

Gnomoria ist ein Sandboxspiel, in dem Sie ein Dorf verwalten und einer kleinen Gruppe an Gnomen, die ganz alleine losgezogen ist, helfen ein blühendes Königreich zu erschaffen! Alles was Sie sehen, kann abgebaut und an anderer Stelle wieder aufgebaut werden. Stellen Sie Gegenstände her, bauen Sie Gebäude, legen Sie Fallen und graben Sie sich bei der Suche nach wertvollen Rohstoffen tief in die Erde, um Ihren Gnomen zu helfen die unwirtliche Umgebung zu überleben. Erschaffen Sie Ihr Königreich und horten Sie Ihre Schätze, um umherziehende Gnomaden für Ihre Sache zu gewinnen, aber seien Sie auf der Hut, denn Reichtum lockt auch Feinde an!

Hauptmerkmale:

  • Automatisch generierte Welt - Jedes Spiel ist anders
  • Vollständig zerstörbare Umgebung - Alles kann abgebaut, ausgegraben, zerhackt und wiederaufgebaut oder für die Herstellung von Gegenständen verwendet werden
  • Offene Sandboxwelt - Spielen Sie so wie Sie wollen - Verwalten Sie eine friedliche Siedlung oder rüsten Sie Ihr Militär auf und wehren Sie Invasionen ab
  • Handwerkskunst - Tausende von herstellbaren Gegenständen in verschiedenen Werkstätten
  • Maschinen - Bauen Sie ausgeklügelte Konstruktionen aus Einzelteilen wie Äxten, Hebeln und Dampfmaschinen

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7
    • Processor:2.0 Ghz
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:200 MB HD space
    Minimum:
    • OS:10.7.5
    • Processor:2.0 Ghz
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:OpenGL 3.0+ (2.1 with ARB extensions acceptable)
    • Hard Drive:200 MB HD space
    Minimum:
    • OS:glibc 2.15+, 32/64-bit. S3TC support is NOT required.
    • Processor:2.0 Ghz
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:OpenGL 3.0+ (2.1 with ARB extensions acceptable)
    • Hard Drive:200 MB HD space
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8 von 8 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
122.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. Oktober 2015
Early Access-Review
Gnomoria wird gerne als Dwarffortress mit besserer Grafik beschrieben. Das stimmt auch bis auf die Tatsache, dass einige Dinge doch fehlen. Das ist nicht schlimm so lange man das Spiel mit seinen Möglichkeiten spielt. Es handelt sich meiner Meinung nach um eine Siedlungssimulation also um Bau und Ressourcenmanagement. Die Grundfunktion ist da, nur ab und an kommen einige nervige Bugs vor, die der Entwickler bis jetzt noch nicht in den Griff bekommen hat so z.B. der "Wasserturm des Todes". Dies passiert wohl, wenn zwei Regentropfen zur gleichen Zeit auf ein Gewässerfeld fallen. Die Engine produiert dann einen Wasserfontaine die nicht mehr abebbt und die Map flutet. Besonders ärgerlich ist das, wenn man gerade mit seiner Siedlung aus dem gröbsten rauß ist. Naja, im Early Access ist das erlaubt.

Insgesamt macht der Entwickler einen guten Job und kommuniziert auch längere Abwesenheit im Vorfeld. Dennoch empfinde ich den Entwicklungsprozess als zu langsam. Damit meine ich die Veröffentlichung von finalen Updates. Hier werden oft neue Dinge eingebracht. Hier wäre es mir lieber wenn zuerst an den bekannten Bugs gearbeitet würde. Es lässt sich jedoch ein kontinuierlicher Enticklungsprozess erkennen, so dass ein Kauf auch zum Vollpreis von derzeit rund 7 EUR okay ist. Kurz wer auf Siedlungs- und Ressourcenmanagement steht, mit einer Pixelgrafik und einigen Bugs leben kann, sollte kaufen.
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79 von 86 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
119.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Oktober 2015
Early Access-Review
UPDATE 11 - 13-2015

As a resource-management / society building game, Gnomoria covers all the basics. Basic tools, basic foods, basic livestock, basic weapons, basic combat. It does basic very well. What innovations it has that sets it apart and above some of the other games of its genre is how it presents itself.

As a small collective of 6 Gnomes settling the hilly (or flat) wilds of Gnomoria, you are allowed to destroy and build as you please. The ground can be dug up and used to build homes or sifted to find rare metals to make weapons or gems to make jewelry. Cotten can be grown in farm plots to make bandages, bags or armour or the fields can be used to grow food. How your Gnomes live and work is up to you.

Initially, you are left to yourself, but eventually you will have to deal with Goblins, skeletons and other beasts bent on your destruction. Build up your defensives and research new tools, like guns and steam-engines, to protect your Gnomes.

Though well-balanced and well-coded, there are some things missing. For example:

1.) If your livestock gets hurt, you cannot heal them and if all your livestock die, you must establish a trade route with a neighboring kingdom to buy new livestock
2.) Livestock is also the only reliable way to get meat and leather, as there is no hunting of wildlife in the game.
3.) The only way your population can grow is through Gnomads, who will only come to your city if material worth of your city is high enough to merit a migration.
4.) Determining what job your new Gnome is best suited to perform requires you to scroll through their entire talent list.
5.) Distant kingdoms only exist as text on a menu screen and visiting diplomats don't do anything but wander around (and in my case, get killed by bears)
6.) Trying to do anything more complicated than "All units kill this thing" makes the game look at you funny.

But, these are minor considering the price and the over-all feel of the game. For $8, it is a decent but basic game. The creator hopes to have the game released as "complete" by the end of the year and raise the price to $14.99 and in that case I would ask for, at the barest minimum, the option to bred your Gnomes to increase the population and a way to heal my livestock after a goblin raider has tried to carve its buttocks off.

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FAIR WARNING!!!!

As of October 6th, 2015, the creator has removed the game's development plan from the website. He is only focusing on optimizing the game as it is right now, fixing bugs, and on improving mod-support. He is NOT going to add any new features or content. New content MAY be added after the game is released, which he is hoping to do by the end of the year, at which time the price will go up to $14.99, but he has said the best place to find new content is from the community.

The game is fun, I will not deny it, it is both challenging and creative, but it is not complete. It is missing content and the creator seems content letting the community finish his game for him. Now, maybe he has a job and this is just his hobby or he realized his original plan was just too ambitious for him to do alone; maybe he has a good reason to turn the reigns over to the community. But as someone who cannot create mods and whose computer automatically deletes them because of some security setting I don't know how to disable, being told I finish the game myself using mods is like being told to write the ending of the book I am reading.

Again, this is all the game you are going to get. So, if you have been wanting it, get it for the reduced price. As it is, this game is NOT worth $14.99
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141 von 188 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
516.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. Oktober 2015
Early Access-Review
This is your FAIR WARNING

I LOVE(D) this game. It had great promise, a solid plan, and was the fortress builder of my dreams. Now, it goes in the same bin as Towns, another building game that will never be finished.

That's right, this game will NEVER be finished. It will be fully released, it will be playable, but the features and support it still needs are expected to be added by the community. In short, this game is now MODware. The developer has officially announced he will add no new content, cutting the game short of content that was originally proposed and leaving several features, such as diplomacy and combat, severely lacking. The game is still a fun sandbox builder with a smattering of combat and survival thrown in, but after a few playthroughs, it will struggle to keep your interest.

Buy it while you can for the early access price of $8, or wait for a sale, because it isn't worth the future (or current) $15 price tag.
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26 von 27 Personen (96%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
110.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. August 2015
Early Access-Review
First review ever here - Gnomoria is just a game that has inspired me to add my two cents for the first time.

Gnomoria is an excellent game. I'm made several tries at Dwarf Fortress (DF) in the past, and each time I'm just bounced off. Though Gnomoria lacks some of the intricacy DF is always credited with, its user interface is really quite friendly once you've spent a little time with it, and it puts solid tools at your fingertips for competent Gnoministration.

If you enjoy more personalized, hands-on management games, particularly those with a fantasy setting, I can't Gnomoria strongly enough. Also, in terms of return on your purchase investment, there are few games out there that can rival its bang-for-the-buck.

I'd also like to tack on a shout-out to the music track for this game - it's extremely pleasant to the ears, and I find it very soothing for those late night Gnoministration sessions.
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15 von 16 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
276.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. September 2015
Early Access-Review
What's not to love about Gnomoria? Even in it's early access stage, this game feels very complete. Harvest resources, build your empire and vanquish your enemies. The foundation for a great game. A little imagination and you're there. You'll find yourself becoming attached to your Gnomes, caring genuinely for the welfare of those under your command. You'll start naming things, creating the story yourself, in your head. That's the beauty of sandbox games; the beauty of Gnomoria. One game, infinite possibilities, countless stories.

It does take some getting used to. Newcomers may find themselves slightly overwhelmed in the beginning, and the first winter you experience may be less than pleasant. You learn as you play, just like with any other game.

This is a game that can bring out the best in a persons imagination. Whether that means you're a brilliant general, creating new strategies to ensure the safety of your people, or a master builder drafting the blueprints to a castle.

Gnomoria is the game for you.
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