developer: Triskell Interactive
publisher: Triskell Interactive
Game mode: single player
Lethis: Path of Progress is a city builder released for PC, which sees us take control over a steampunk city. The game is a debut production of Triskell Interactive, and a first title in the set of games taking place in the Lethis universe.
The game takes place in a steampunk world called Lethis, a Victorian-esque universe with numerous fantasy elements, including advanced steam-powered machines. The players assume the role of the mayor of a new town, with an objective to create an efficient and prosperous metropolis.
For the city to be able to grow, we need to gather resources and find workers. Once we find the supply of both these elements, we are free to construct new buildings and upgrade those already existing, as well as research new technologies. At the same time, the mayor has to worry about the contentment levels, as this is the most important indicator of our success. Our city isn’t the only one in the country – we are surrounded by other cities, which enable us to engage in trade deals. Moreover, the Emperor rules the country – most of the time, he stays out of our affairs, but his humble requests shouldn’t be ignored.
Lethis: Path of Progress offers three difficulty levels and a singleplayer campaign consisting of 26 missions. Moreover, we’ve received a sandbox mode, enabling us to build cities without any imposed goals or restrictions. The game introduces a surprisingly complex economy – we can gather over 24 different resources, construct 40 types of buildings, while the population can be discerned by fifteen different occupations. Aside from that, Lethis: Path of Progress uses quite enojyable two-dimensional graphics with a slight cartoonish design, seen from an isometric view.
age requirements: everyone
PC / Windows
- Dual Core 2.0 GHz
- 2 GB RAM
- graphic card 512 MB
- 1500 MB HDD
- Windows XP(SP3)/Vista/7/8