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Slaves to Armok II: Dwarf fortress really is the ultimate answer to the question of what game you would bring on to a desert island. Once you can get past the ASCII graphics (although there are many fan-made graphics packs out there) you will find an incredibly deep game. Before you can play the game generates a world, complete with geography, civilizations, history, politics, mythology. You can then explore this world in Adventure mode which is quite the typical roguelike style rpg game. You...10 out of 10 found this review helpful.
I play a lot of games. I've played a lot of triple A titles, and I like them. But nothing I have ever played comes even a tiny bit close to the majesty that is this game. A lot of people say that its bad because of the graphics, because of the terrible UI, but they're wrong. Dwarf Fortress feels like it comes from another planet; the UI isn't bad, its just so far removed from the conventions of any regular UI that it seems bad. It actually is internally consistent, and on its own, feels ma...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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