[GAME][Android] MineColony - sandbox colony simulator

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  1. lacozzini

    lacozzini New Member

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    Hi!

    I am developing game for Android called MineColony. It's based on Cocossharp library for Xamarin in C#.



    It’s a sandbox game similar to Minecraft and Terraria but with economy twist (still in development though). In the beginning you collect resources to build your shelter against monsters which appear at night. You can mine ore, coal, smelt iron and craft tools. It features 8-bit, retro style graphics and soothing background music. While developing this game I was emphasizing on creating great atmosphere, so the player could immerse into game world. There are a lot of background sound effects like cricket chirping on dusk, owl hooting in the night or birds twitting in the morning.

    That’s it. Sorry for my bad English, but it’s not my native language (I’m from Poland). Also it could be worth noting that I am original creator behind Minecolony mod for Minecraft (it was released about 5 years ago) and this game will be similar in mechanics but in 2D.
    You can find more on:

    https://www.youtube.com/user/lacozzini
    https://www.facebook.com/minecolonyforandroid

    Link to Google Play site: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.minecolony


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    Thank you for reading, hope you like it​
     
  2. yuriruf

    yuriruf New Member

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    Hey, i see you are promoting your app, i work with incentived download, maybe i can help you to get more users, add me on skype ( id : yuriruf)
     

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