Unknown Horizons Release 2014.1 which was released end of last year, is a 2D realtime strategy simulation with an 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 Horizons Release 2014.1 new features
- Only expand settlement range for certain buildings
- Color overlays (if running with FIFE 0.3.6 or newer)
- Armory producing weapons
- Button to fill lumberjack range with trees
- Fixed some bad bugs causing the game to crash completely
- Lots of other improvements
- See changelog for more details about new features, improvements and fixed bugs & crashes
All in all, the new release Unknown Horizons 2014.1 provides a more stable gaming experience with new content and a bit of eye candy added as well. As some of you may have noticed already, there are several big changes happening around our engine FIFE right now. As a result of this, some new features (like the color overlays spotlighted above) are only available after a new engine release, or if you’re running a development snapshot. There is more work ahead to fully adopt our code to more of those changes, like replacing the currently used guichan library with its FIFE-maintained improved fork fifechan. Look forward to advanced text styling, many new cool widgets (e.g. for in-game statistics) and full UTF-8 support.
Install Unknown Horizons Release 2014.1 on Ubuntu / Linux Mint OS
For Gentoo Linux, Debian, Arch Linux, Chakra Linux installation, see here
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:christoph-egger/unknown-horizons sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install unknown-horizonscomments powered by Disqus