- Release Date: 2011/7
- Publisher: Playdom
- Developer: Playdom
It seems like that man in real life is not alone with the desire to stay far from the rat race in urban life, which is also the dream of a cute gnome in the virtual world of Gnome Town. Hearing so much pleasant remarks about the delightful life in the forest, a lovely gnome in the city decides to pursue a new life in the woods. However, once settled, the little creature finds its dream shattered into pieces, for a wicked Gnome King has ascended the ruling position. Even as a new member here, the little gnome will brave the plight and do what it can to save the forest. What will it do? Or rather, what will you do, since you will be the very little gnome in Gnome Town?
Gnome Town, Playdom’s new social game released in Facebook, is developed on the basic gameplay of the city-building and farm management genre that includes the traditional gathering resources, unlocking facilities level after level and growing a prosperous functioning town, etc. Although this game is set against a heroic back story, in which the little gnome shoulders the responsibility to defeat the evil king, the core contents, however, focus on the town construction part, except the in-game design about the animal helpers that may be the in-depth development of the back story. To be more specific, players will be able to save a great variety of animals locked in certain objects in the game, and once players clear that space and unlock the associated animal out, the animal will become helpers in multiple chores, which will definitely speed up the level-up rate. By conducting various activities, players will be rewarded with in-game coins, which in turn can be spent on beautifying and improving the town.
While the major contents in this game are familiar to city-building fans, Gnome Town excludes the usual Energy design generally used for shortening construction time or similar activities. So accordingly, players are spared from waiting for the energy recharged or squandering money for its purchasing. Besides, the expansion of the town can not be bought by money. Hence a relatively fairer playing environment for players who would not like buying speed-up or whatever.
Besides the basic gameplay, the artistic design and satisfactory soundtrack also make their contribution to the game’s ever-increasing popularity. At present, it boasts an inspiring number of active players over thirty thousand odd on daily basis. Will you join them?
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