"The New Land"
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Table of contents
- Food production
- Wood and boards
- Stone and iron ore
- Quartz/Lime and Salt/Sand
- Farm in general
- Farm (food)
- Animal processing(food and wool)
- Production lines
- Buildings in general
- Repair of buildings
- Consumption of your inhabitants
- List of Goods
Tips at the beginning of the game
After completing the tutorial, you should be the proud owner of a lumberjack, a house and a joinery.
Now you should concentrate on producing food', wood and most importantly on producing primitive tools in the joinery!
If you get stuck at the beginning of your new country - no wood and no tools - you can reset your country. To do this, click on the top right-hand corner of the 3 lines, where you will find this option. When you reset your country you will get a new one.
The next steps should be to build a quarry, a ore mine, more residential buildings, another camp and the forge. With these more buildings you will secure the expansion of your settlement and lay the foundation for a good tool production.
In the course of the game some hint buttons will always appear on the left side of the playing field. Clicking on them will either draw your attention to something or advise you to build important projects to grow your settlement.
You don't always have to implement proposed construction projects immediately. However, if you build new and better buildings and thus unlock other productions, you should follow these suggestions!
Already available is a pond, there you can fetch water, which does not occupy any storage space!
Remember that wood is an enormously important raw material... So if you have a few boards and tools left, build more than one logger to ensure the supply of wood....