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    Wild Tribe (Sim)

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    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:40 pm

    Wild Tribe

    Available at:
    Big Fish for PC

    Wild Tribe (Sim) Wild-tribe_feature

    In the teeny tiny village of Tribesville, a Wild Tribe
    of little creatures called Wobblies have lived peacefully for thousands
    of years. Dark times are on the horizon, however, as the food and water
    supplies are diminishing and hyenas are stealing resources. Can you use
    your Time Management skills to transform these simple creatures into a
    tribe of foragers, doctors, builders and guards before it’s too late?


    • Cute critters
    • Collect magical objects
    • Defend your Wild Tribe!

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    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:42 pm

    Wild Tribe (Build-a-tribe/Resource Management)

    There is an option for Full-screen, plus you have separate sliders for Music and Sound, Choice of speed (Slow, Normal, Fast, Pause) and Difficulty level (Easy or Normal). I chose Easy difficulty since I don't normally play this kind of game.

    Very cute. Your goal is to help the Wobbles "evolve" from fun-loving fuzzies to responsible members of a tribe. They actually literally evolve - a wobble who builds becomes a gorilla, one that doctors ends up a cow, etc.

    Make sure to always have two wobbles around, though - evolved creatures do not "breed".

    Build, collect resources, defend the tribe from raiding hyenas, etc.

    After 15 minutes, all of my characters were dead - starvation. Whoops!

    There is no easy way to know when a character is hungry/thirsty, I had no idea why my characters were dying until they became skeletons.

    Navigate the map in two ways: Use the Num pad to jump to specific points on the map, or ZOOM out and click where you want to be. To PAUSE, just hit the space bar.

    Likewise, there are two ways to track members. Click on Characters or Tribe. Characters will give you specifics and allow you to assign tasks, Tribe will show you all of your members at once for you to pick from.

    Overall, it's worth demoing if you enjoy build-a-tribe games.

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