Survival strategy with indirect control and tower defense elements. Build and manage your medieval town.
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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“Early access is a great way to receive feedback from the community and incorporate it into the game. Since Surviving Medieval is being developed by one person, being able to get feedback from a variety of people is a huge help.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“Surviving medieval will be in Early Access from 6 to 12 months, providing time to thoroughly respond to all feedback, add already outlined features, and add new according to the community.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“Future updates will focus on game balancing, expanding existing features, bug fixes, new gameplay objects, new scenarios, new enemies, new citizens classes and incorporating feedback from players into the game.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“Surviving Medieval is a fully playable game, though not all features are complete and there might be some rough edges and bugs. For a list of all the features currently implemented in the game please refer to the "About This Game" section.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“Surviving Medieval will release with discounted price in Early Access. The price will rise gradually but not drastically as new content and features are shipped.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“Receiving feedback from the community is extremely important. For that reason, there is a
number of social media accounts set up specially to communicate with the community.
Links to all active social media accounts, discord, youtube, etc can be found on the Surviving Medieval website.

Please share your thoughts and any suggestions about Surviving Medieval.”
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About This Game

Surviving Medieval is a survival strategy with indirect control and tower defense elements. Inspired by RimWorld, Prison Architect and Dwarf Fortress.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Build a settlement the way you want it, with completely flexible tile building, whether it is a town or a complete castle ready to withstand any battle.
  • Manage peasant’s demands so they can not only survive, but be happy.
  • Make sure not to run out of gold and plan the economy of the settlement wisely.
  • Research new technologies and improvements for currently existing technologies.
  • Develop industry in order to build a strong economy and army.
  • Trade with merchants.
  • Build walls, ballistas, and traps to ensure the survival of the settlement.
  • Survive for as long as possible.

Flexible tile building allows unleashing unobstructed creativity by providing all tools to build completely custom buildings with certain limitations only for room requirements.

The demands system always tracks the status of all citizens in order to indicate how well they feel and if their demands are satisfied. Certain needs apply certain effects, so when citizens eat food, they will regenerate a small amount of health, but left without any food, citizens will soon grow hungry and will start to lose health each time they miss a meal.

The economy is closely tight with the demands of citizens. If taxes out of balance with demands, citizens will grow unhappy much faster, at the same time gold is one of the main resources in the settlement and is needed to build defenses strong enough to stop barbarians from killing the king.

The science desk is not just a regular technology tree, it is more like real science, where certain technologies can be acquired just by lack, or with precise planning. Each day scientists will come up with a proposal of a number of science books they came up with and then it is up to the king, to decide which technologies are right for the settlement and invest science points. By acquiring 3 same science books, scientists will be able to further advance this exact technology by combining 3 same science books into 1 tier 2 science book. The same can be done with 3 tier 2 science books in order to receive 1 tier 3 science book. Though bookshelves are only limited to 10 active technologies, so planning settlement development strategy and investing in the right technology’s is the key to survival.

The industry is flexible and allows to build different workshops at any scale in order to produce goods necessary for the settlement.

Replenish the settlement treasury by trading exceeding goods to merchants or boost the production of goods by buying missing items.

In hostile medieval lands, the settlement is always in the danger of raids. Walls can be built to shield citizens from barbarian raids, but the army must take care of barbarians in the end. Barbarians are strong and fierce warriors so facing them in the field is always an option, though beating them with strategic planning will guarantee less loses. Different defensive structures such as ballista and traps can be built and luring barbarians to thoroughly prepared ambush probably will give an edge over them.


The goal of Medieval Surviving is to survive for as long as it is possible.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: i3 or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics
    • Storage: 2 GB available space

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