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Build Your Own City In Real-Time Strategy Game Unknown Horizons

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Unknown Horizons is a FREE and open-source, real-time 2D strategy game for Windows and Linux. The game emphasis on economy and city building:

Expand your small settlement to a strong and wealthy colony, collect taxes and supply your inhabitants with valuable goods. Increase your power with a well balanced economy and with strategic trade and diplomacy.

Unknown Horizon version 2009.2 was recently released, bringing some really interesting improvements such as:

* Entirely reworked consummation and productivity for more interesting gameplay
* Basic scenario/campaign functionality via simple YAML files
* Demo scenario in form of a short tutorial
* Settlers can now level up
* New resources
* New buildings: farm and school (school is still looking for nice gfx)
* Improved graphics and building preview
* New sounds effects
* Wild life
* More stable then ever before

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