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Matter of Scale

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Civ Builder

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Javascript/HTML5

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In Development

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0.05

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Game Description

Build your realm from a small Hamlet to a transcendental domain spanning the stars. The player is required to hire workers to gather resource and meet specific goals for each location.

Expanding
Once a location has been completed, a new location will be opened up, with new requiresments to complete it. Finally, once a location has enough of a particular size, it will expand into a larger type. Enough hamlets, for example, will become a village. Enough villages, and it will expand into a town. This pattern continues as the player progresses.
It should be noted that once a village has been unlocked, a second village will appear beneath it, with a hamlet contained inside of it. The hamlets for this new village must be completed before the villages can then be combined into a town. This pattern continues.

Resources and Upgrades
There are a number of resources available, limited to the type of location that the player is working in. These resources can only be gained from their associated location. They can be spent on upgrading a number of things, again associated with the appropriate location type. Upgrades can reward with free workers every X seconds, or even apply a modifier to a new location. These modifiers will generally change the cost or production of workers.

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