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Video interview: Reinventing the city-building genre with Banished
by Mike Rose on 12/20/13 07:51:00 am   Editor Blog   Featured Blogs

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Gamasutra editor Mike Rose talks to Shining Rock Software developer Luke Hodorowicz, about how he's trying to puts some neat twists on the city-building genre with his game Banished.

 


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Maria Jayne
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Am interested in trying this, I get an original settlers vibe from it, before they made settlers more of a traditional combat rts. The idea of building out a small medieval settlement into a large sprawling city is quite appealing.

Abraham Tatester
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The game looks terrific—and not just because it's a herculean solo effort. Really looking forward to playing. Best of luck getting it out the door, Luke!

Steven Christian
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Been following this guys devlog for a while now.
He really goes in-depth in regards to overcoming programming hurdles and bug-squashing.

It's a really great read!!

See: http://www.shiningrocksoftware.com


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