Creep into the Woodlands, where time is a commodity you do not have, and where your finger will never forgive you for the abuse you cast upon it, by playing for survival in a world where not giving attention, is the least of your problems…
Yet not so much that it is unimportant. For giving all of your skills to survive, is the epitome of a survivalists expression of experience.
The game is unforgiving, but highly addictive. Survive in a world where you build EPIC mills to harvest the flour necessary to. You guessed it. Keep your population alive and thriving.
A upkeep cost system will keep challenging you to keep attention at all times (and contradiction is not something to keep attention at. Look out, your wood is getting dangerously low).
See what the world does to you when you are not surviving… you die.
Current features (use it to survive. It is yet so important):
*Build sawmills to harvest the wood around you, turn the forest into your ally (not a enemy might we add)
*Build EPIC mills as a testament of your rock hard ability to stand at attention and show the world just how good you are.
*You need food, and the farms got it all. Just keep them clean. Or you might find yourself dying with a nice little Game Over Screen. Which is terrible.