Dream Engines: Nomad Cities Releases Full Version with New Content

Gaming Staff • May 10, 2024

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Suncrash, the developers of the flying city-building game Dream Engines: Nomad Cities, have recently released the full version of the game after almost three years in early access. The latest version includes a new story-based campaign, two new playable tribes, a new biome, and many other new features and mechanics.

The new campaign, "The Tale of Twyst," delves into the mysterious history of the game's dark world. Players can now choose to play as either the historian Lorekeeper Tribe or the unlucky Doomed Tribe. The Toxic Moors, a new biome filled with poison mushrooms and toxic fog, also provides a new challenge for players.

Additionally, the game now features an Archeologist building and archeology project mechanics, which offer permanent bonuses upon completion. New resources, enemies, defenses, ancient ruins, equipment, and more have also been added.

Dream Engines: Nomad Cities is a survival city-building game where players must build, automate, and defend a flying city that travels between procedurally generated maps to survive in a strange, nightmare-infested, post-apocalyptic world. Players must manage production lines, choose when to stand their ground and when to relocate, and keep an eye on their city's weight and fuel supply.

Suncrash is an indie game development studio founded in 2015, known for their game Judgment: Apocalypse Survival Simulation. Dream Engines: Nomad Cities is their latest project, and the full version is now available on Steam and Epic Games Store.

Overall, the full version of Dream Engines: Nomad Cities offers a wealth of new content and mechanics for players to explore, providing a fresh and exciting challenge for fans of city-building and survival games.


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