The first chapter in this cool life-sims game series has 3 difficulty levels which allows for hours and hours of gameplay.The real-time element means that your villagers are doing stuff even when unattended, this is what makes this game so involving and addictive.
Lead your villagers as they solve all new puzzles and hidden mysteries of the west shores of the island. Will your tribe surviveVirtual Villagers 2 ImpressionsWith the same gameplay as the 1st episode, the Virtual Villagers 2 game is just as addictive and fun.But the new puzzles have been improved and are even more challenging than in VV1. Plus the graphics look better and there a few more tweaks that make VV2 even better than VV1!
Virtual Villagers: Origins is a re-working of the original VV1 PC game. Specifically re-designed to be played on touch-screen devices. And available as free full version downloads on the app stores. Also available for Xbox One, PC and Mac download.Virtual Villagers: OriginsVirtual Villagers OriginsReleased: April 2012.Plot: Care for and nurture a tribe of little people by teaching them the basics of survival.
As I was an expert at this game, I clicked on \"No\" for the tutorial and I started off the game. As usual, after that I got to choose my group of 5 villagers. I chose 1 woman with a baby, 3 adults who had good skills such as science, farming, and devoting, and a child, allegedly children in those games are faster than adults. I was on my way now and I got myself into the gameplay;
\"Welcome to Virtual Villagers: Dark Rebellion! Having been fought over in a reformation, the villagers have to do what it takes to understand each other's faith and represent kindness to everyone. In order to protect themselves, they have to fight against the rebellion against them.\"
As usual, you could drag your villagers around to do work starting around research, building housing, or harvesting food. What was new in this game is that there's a faith meter, and once that meter enters good or bad, they can rebel against you or always support you. Normally this was also a feature in New Believers on whether or not they give you energy for your powers or something like that, but that is not the case here because we don't have an energy gauge in this game. I went forth to send my farmer villager to harvest for some food at the berry bush. What I noticed after the villager failed and shook his head; his faith meter went down, and sometimes if he were to succeed, his faith meter went up! I didn't have any god powers such as butterflies or lightning from New Believers either.
I started out progressing as normal, all was good for a while, except I checked all of my villagers, and one of the villagers, which was the scientist, was low on the faith meter. I called my devotee, who was trained quite good, and was soon entering the adapt level. He only raised his faith level by a bit though, but I hoped it would work. Back in New Believers, you could only take off masked heathens using a devotee, and that relied on a cooldown so you couldn't just run around taking everyone's masks off.
The player makes choices that shape the village's progress, including choosing preferred skill sets for each villager, researching technologies, and dragging villagers to points of interest on the map.
A few villagers flee their island on boat to escape erupting volcano. They crash into the southern shore of a new island, which they name Isola, and start their civilization anew. They recover ancient abandon monuments and revive the culture practiced by the previous tribe. Eventually, a mother gives birth to a magical \"golden child\" who never ages and who possesses magical powers. The golden child uncovers many of the other mysteries of the island including removing the boulder blocking a secret cave at the edge of the village.
Two curious villagers are selected from the established tribe from Virtual Villagers: A New Home and explore the uncovered cave at the edge of the village. They find themselves on the western shore of Isola, discovering a small group of abandoned children. The villagers attempt to build a society anew and slowly uncover cliff wall engravings that explain where the previous villagers had disappeared to. They also repair a dismantled Gong that, when rung, provides several gifts to the village.
With their village getting overcrowded, a family is selected to venture to the northern shore of Isola, where they find an abandoned city. The villagers find refuge there and restore the former glory of the city. They organize and establish an alchemy lab, repair huts and ancient structures, and discover artifacts. While uncovering rubble leading to a cave, the villagers learn of an ancient feud between rivaling tribes practicing magic or embracing nature. The villagers recover three crystals that open a large embellished cliff door, where, upon solving a final puzzle, an apparition of the previous tribe's prince and princess appear, explaining the history of the tribe and how a forbidden marriage led to a war.
Several generations have coexisted with the island in happiness and peace. In a turn of events, the fauna of the island has begun to diminish and, as such, the chieftain of the villagers sends an expedition to investigate the causation of this phenomenon. The expedition party stumbles to the eastern shore of the island, where a clearing with an enormous dying banyan tree, dubbed the Tree of Life, is found, thought to be the source of the decline in fauna. The villagers begin a new village while solving puzzles, and learn that the magic of the island of Isola was founded by and resonated with the growth of the tree. As the tree started to wilt from a curse, the magic on the island also started to decline. The villagers tend to the tree by completing several tasks, eventually healing the tree.
The villagers discover a mask found on the edge of a forbidden path leading into the forest. When a group of villagers go to investigate, they are captured and imprisoned by a group of masked heathens. Once captured, the villagers find the heathens are passive to their actions. They break out of their bamboo prison and explore the heathen's disorganized city. The heathens have installed sacred totems that the villagers tear down in order to progress in their own chosen fields of study as well to restore broken structures and rediscover sacred artifacts. All the while, the villagers attempt to convert all the heathen villagers back to believing in their ancient ways.
Eventually, the villagers, with the help of a divine guiding force, convert all of the village elders, who each has a piece of a necklace. The necklace is put together and given to the heathen tribal chief, and it is revealed that the necklace was once his daughter's. He lets go of his loss and looks toward the future. The chief then joins the tribe, donating his skills and attempts to enlighten others.
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Learn the controls! They are basically the same as Virtual Villagers 4 with the addition of the energy bar and the \"godly\" powers icons. The most useful control to learn is the detail \"camera\" located at the bottom right of the screen. You can use this to quickly locate any individual on the island. Click on the right arrow (when the screen is blank) and it goes to the youngest tribe member. Continue to click the right arrow and you will scroll through your villagers from youngest to oldest. As each one comes up in the \"camera\", the game will zoom to that person. This is especially helpful when trying to find children quickly. Click on the left arrow (when the screen is blank) and you will go to the oldest person in the tribe. Continue to click and you will cycle from oldest to youngest.
Plan carefully! Choose your beginning villagers wisely, the success of your tribe depends on it. Make sure you have a balance of male and female, and one (or preferably 2) children to collect mushrooms and collectibles. Avoid any villager who dislikes \"work\", \"learning\" or \"running\" as they will be fairly useless. Also avoid those who dislike wood or stone (they make bad builders), dislike plants or herbs (bad farmers and bad doctors), dislike fish or swimming (bad farmers), dislike lifting (bad builders) or things of that nature. Examine the likes and dislikes of your prospective villager carefully. Also avoid villagers who like \"rest\" as they won't do a lot of work. Screenshot.
Your energy bar shows two things, how much energy you can have and how much energy you do have. Your ability to have more energy increases with the size of your population and the level of spirituality tech, as well as your conversion efforts. When you start you will only have the capacity for about 35 energy. At the end it will be over 800. Just because you have the capacity doesn't mean you have the energy, using your \"godly\" powers uses that energy and it takes a while for it to accumulate again. Just having living villagers will slowly increase the energy, but you can gain more if you convert a heathen or in collecting duplicate artifacts.
The weather is your friend! Yes, rain and fog are annoying and tend to hide things, but they are extremely useful. When it rains, mushrooms pop out at a much faster rate, allowing more food collection. The heathens in the run-down village don't like rain, and will flee to the forest which can be helpful or hurtful, as they often take a route that crosses the path of your farmers or builders, causing work to stop as they chase your villagers. You can create rain, lightning, sunshine, and fog from your \"godly\" powers. The Fog of Doom is especially help