Craft The World is a unique sandbox strategy game, the mix of Dungeon Keeper, Terraria and Dwarf Fortress. Explore a random generated world populated by dangerous creatures, build a dwarf fortress, gather resources, and craft all the items, weapons, and armor you need.
In this title you control a dwarves with poor equipment and you will have to quickly work out how to move around and craft yourself items. You move the dwarve by giving him commands to dig in certain places, attack enemy creatures, craft items and other structures.
After a while your dwarves population will slowly increase and this will allow you to explore further and do more in the world.
Having a population isn’t all about crafting and digging you will need to look after your people. You’ll need to provide your dwarves with food and clothing, as well as help them with unlocking stronger equipment, armour and weapons to allow them to survive when fighting against other inhabitants of the world.
Total play time – 25 Hours
This title has all the signs of being a game I could happily invest more time into, I actually found myself looking forward to when I could next sit down and play. In fact because it was so easy to load up and get back into the game I would often play when I had a free 20 – 30 mins.
This game is so much fun, immersive and difficult to master.
If you are a fan of God sims, 2D building sims and adventure titles then you need this game in your life!
Can I play this game Vegan ?
The short answer is yes, but, it is very hard to stick too. The Dwarves you control will get bored eating the same food and because of the limited vegan food options (at the lower levels) it can get very frustrating losing dwarves because they were too stubborn to eat their greens, though the game will respawn a new dwarve after a few minutes so all isn’t completely lost.
The only trouble came when I laid traps for defensive reasons (the Undead will not leave you alone!) I often found wandering animals would stumble into these traps and get killed and then your dwarves will automatically collect the Meat / Eggs dropped. All this meant to me was my dwarve were being not being wasteful well kind of :/ .
The biggest hurdle was actually the need to craft certain items to level up, at times it felt like I was being forced to make use leather to make armour and decorations just so I could move on and get the Iron Armour, which also used animal materials. For a good chunk of the game I was wearing only wood armour so be wary.