Posted: 3 months ago, last updated 5 weeks ago.
The dice in the game have icons on them representing wood, swords, plants, power etc. Different combination of dice rolls will allow you to buy different buildings for your town. Wood and heart, for example, makes a house, while three leaves will buy you a field. Each roll of the dice indicates a turn and the enemies advance on your castle with each turn. You can save dice and roll again to try to build up the correct combination you want to use, but this comes at the price of advancing enemies.
Luckitown uses simple graphics similar to Spectrum and Commodore 64 games from the 1980's, but offers gameplay with surprising depth.
You can play this game in the following styles:
There is cartoon violence against fantasy creatures and stick figures.
9+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Good for younger children who are working on strategic thinking and planning. Also need to be able to cope with a bit of bad luck at times.
- Subscribe (from $2.99) to get one new game every month
- Purchase a season of 8 games ($18). Season #1, Season #2, Season #3, Season #4, Season #5, Season #6, Season #7, Season #8, Season #9, Season #10.
- Purchase a Super Bundle of all the games ($199.99). Does not offer in-game purchases, 'loot boxes' or 'battle/season passes'.
Game will save automatically between sessions.
Mouse controls are generally one button drag and drop.
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