IN A NUTSHELL:
- Townscaper got a patch that helps us build flying cities;
- The update has also added an option to make screenshots in high resolution.
In June this year, Townscaper, an unusual game by Oskar Stalberg, made its debut in Steam's Early Access, enabling us to create lovely towns resembling cardboard models. A few days ago, the developer released an update that enables the players to design flying metropolises like in BioShock Infinite.
It's worth noting that technically speaking it was possible to make similar projects in Townscaper earlier, but it required more ingenuity in manipulating the game mechanics (it was necessary to find the so-called "perfect loops"). The creator of the game decided to appreciate the ingenuity of the players and added more such elements to his work, as well as special constructions with propellers that enable buildings to hover above the ground.
This is not the only fix, because this patch also introduced the possibility of making screenshots in high resolution.
the Townscaper is available only on PC (more specifically on Steam). The game costs only $6. It's worth noting that the title is very popular among users - overwhelming majority of players recommend it ( 98%). According to SteamDB statistics, at the best moment of yesterday Oskar Stalberg's work was played simultaneously by 240 people.
- Townscaper on Steam