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Posted: Feb 24th 2010 2:33PM (Unverified) said

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I don't get it... Every time I hear about this game all I hear is that it's been/being created/produced by one person, and that's great, but I still know nothing about it.

Honestly, the graphics look like someone went overboard with a Photoshop filter and I've never heard a word about the gameplay... It might have great gameplay, but I think the gaming press is doing it a bit of a dis-service playing up only the fact that it was made by one person. Because the impression I have of it is that it's an artsy type project and I have no reason to prove myself wrong...

Posted: Feb 24th 2010 3:23PM (Unverified) said

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As far as I know, Love is a prodecurally generated sandbox game where people work together to build settlemens around "Monoliths". The world is populated by NPC cities that raid the player settlements, but the players may also attack these NPC cities to gain more "tokens" that they use to build factories and housing in their settlements. I've never played the game, though..
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Posted: Feb 24th 2010 4:26PM Joshua Przygocki said

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It's a great game. I will admit it kind of sucks alone, but it is an amazing game when you have people to play with, but there are usually at least a few people.

The community for Love is great too, even just recently joining the game,I felt really welcome and I made some new friends too.

The game itself is a lot like Viljami described. It's based around building a settlement with others and to do this you need tokens which give you weapons, items, tools, and other things.

The AI is pretty smart like I stated in the e-mail, and knows how to sneak into your settlements and destroy your stuff. They are also good at defending their own settlements which you attack for tokens. Different AI settlements give different tokens. To kill an AI settlement you have to take all the tokens and kill the AI in the settlement. There are also some tokens out in the world but they are usually tools and visual items.

And about the graphics: A screenshot obviously stops the game to take a picture so it might look a bit blurrier than it actually is in the game, it has fog and other things in the air. When the screenshots freeze the image they make it look kind of blurry, just clearing that up.



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