Rise of Ages is a sandbox game, allowing you to explore, build, found cities, make wars and evolve technologies to reach the highest level of a civilization and then travel to other planets! The game begins in prehistory and will advance ages, one by one, as the player evolves.
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Positive (45) - 82% of the 45 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Jan 28, 2019

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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“Rise of Ages will have six evolution ages, each with a unique story. We want people to play as soon as possible and at the moment we have the stone age practically completed and fully playable from start to finish, there is no reason to wait until the completion of other ages to start playing.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“Approximately 2 and a half years. There's still a lot of content we want to add to the game, five new ages with unique story, enemies, items, maps and systems, plus mulitplayer mode, and we want to be honest about how long that will take.”

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

“The full version will have all the historical ages and their corresponding campaigns. Several systems will be added and more exploration maps to venture out. The game will bring a larger collection of items and decorations from all the historical eras present for the player to build their civilizations.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“The game contains the first historical age complete with a campaign that can already be played to the end. It is possible to explore several complete biomes, build with several blocks and decorate with a collection of decorative items from stone age. Some technologies can already be achieved in order to unlock items to be manufactured.”

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

“The price will increase after early access once the content referring to the last era of history is added, determining the end of that period. Although we have yet to study more about what this increase will be, we believe it will be moderate.”

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

“We will add new content throughout the entire period. Historical eras will be added over the early access in major updates. In this way the player can always re-play a new adventure at no additional cost. We'll be announcing updates, posting trailers for the big updates, and we'll always be fixing bugs to keep the game running smoothly. Players will be able to receive information and interact through our website and the main channels:

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Recent updates View all (12)

March 1

Update 0.12 - Quest Markers

Hey guys!

We would like to warn you that next week there will be no update due to local holiday, devs also deserve some rest from time to time =D

Finally we added quest markers, both above the NPC's head and on the region icon on the World Map. An exclamation indicates that quests are available and a question mark indicates the purpose of a mission in progress, so now it will be much easier to know where to go.

0.12 Changelog
  • Quest markers
  • Sleeping in a bed now regenerates your life and, at night, spends time 100x faster until 6am.
  • Removed the collision of forests and stones on the world map.
  • Changed the oranges from the Proof of Trust quest into quest item.
  • Changed the orange seeds from the Secrets of the Soil quest into quest item.
  • Decreased the time stamina waits to recharge after being spent from 1.5s to 0.7s.
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February 22

Update 0.11.1 - Sprint, arrows and a little of what comes next

Hi Folks!

We are studying ways to improve the game and we decided to create an Adventure mode, in addition to Story mode, where there will be no quests, and will be much more focused on the sandbox, with less limitations, technologies will be acquired in an alternative way related to your city and villagers. So anyone who has already played history mode or does not like quests has a more free way to continue playing. Multiplayer, when available, will use this mode.

For now, check the changes of the week with the update 0.11.1:

It has been added the sprint, it will consume energy while running, but you can run twice as fast than normal run. It also allows you to jump further by jumping while running. To sprint just hold Shift.

Hunger and thirst indicator
When the food or water bar falls below 30%, they will begin to shine to draw attention that they are ending.

New Arrows
Three new arrows were added to be crafted through the Stone Workbench: Fire Arrow, Polished Stone Arrow and Ivory Arrow.

Other Changes
  • It is now possible to remove the job from one NPC, allowing assigning another.
  • When calling an NPC to your city, after confirming to which city, you will be immediately free to walk.
  • Big cities will now let go straight to the world map as well.
  • The food and water bars will now be locked during a dialogue.
  • Any and all damage will now be ignored during a dialog.
  • The payment of apples for Puabi has been changed to a quest item, thus preventing the player from eating the payment.
  • With an open chest, holding shift and clicking on an item in the hotbar was sending the item to the inventory instead of the chest.
  • The big box with corn was wrongly described as bananas.
  • Solved the problem of the door in Tinbala sometimes being locked and closing alone.
  • Fixed a problem in the Lightening the Mood quest where the description of some objectives was showing duplicate item counter.
  • Removed the technology requirement to manufacture the Hide Chest and Hide Pants, which were erroneously requiring agriculture.
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About This Game

Rise of Ages is an adventure and exploration 2D game in sandbox style. In this incredible world, you will have to face several challenges to ensure your survival and evolve your civilization through history ages. Each age brings a story to be lived through and you will be rewarded with technologies to make new items.

Venture through quests and experience an exciting story. You will make friends, meet secret places and face the greatest challenges of your journey. But remember: there are great forces that will confront you as you advance in your discoveries.

Travel to the ends of the world and explore the most diverse biomes. With each new place, new resources will be at your disposal. Combine them to craft items and equipment that will allow you to go further.

Throughout the ages, you can produce new and more modern equipment. Your genetics will also evolve and allow you to acquire new skills and increase your vital attributes. You will not be alone! Form a civilization by inviting members and assigning professions to them. Boost your production and manage your economy.

  • Evolve from stone age to space age, going through a total of six eras.
  • Discover new technologies, each one expanding your possibilities. There is more than 30 of them.
  • Found your civilization and call NPCs to live there. A city is just the beginning, claim other cities through war and build an empire.
  • Each NPC will have a job and will work for you. They can specialize in a profession and become better at it. You can even create a supply chain.
  • Experience a unique story on each age through dozens of quests and multiple side quests.
  • Fight bosses that are powerful enemies and unimaginable beings.
  • Craft multiple objects from your hands or from your skilled workers.
  • Explore the world beyond the limits, going through the left/right most side of a region will leave you to the World Map that connects multiple regions of the world.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 or superior
    • Processor: DualCore 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 620 or similar
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 7 or superior
    • Processor: DualCore 2.8 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GT 730 or similar
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 3 GB available space

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