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Invidia 422AC is the first game with all religions and the first puzzle-city builder hybrid. Set in 422 with you as the main hero playing a King of a rising settlement, you are free to change the future of the world. Puzzle board and cubes simulate the building of your own city, while you take care of the economics, trade and important decisions. While the game features economy, banking, trading and “choose your own adventure” style quests, it is also filled with knowledge, facts and conspiracies from the real world. Few will be the lucky ones to beat the game, for they will be presented with the golden cubes - bits of knowledge from the author himself. And if you are unlucky enough to get assassinated by stonemasons or beaten up by demons you can always... play again. We've got the spear of
destiny, the holy grail, the seal of Solomon and lots and lots of Templars, so come on down and join the fun!

  • Just another day at the board
  • Education reforms in my game? M.L. then you think!
  • concerned farmer is concerned
  • Lossing is fun too
  • Shinto
  • Quests
  • Resource trading screen
Invidia: Reviews, News & Blogs

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Invidia: Reviews, News & Blogs

A big summary of everything happening around Invidia in the last couple of weeks. Reviews on indie game sites, new publishers, new site for menrva games and an encyclopedia of the occult!

Oct 14, 2011 News
Invidia 422AC DEMO + 6 gameplay videos

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Invidia 422AC DEMO + 6 gameplay videos

The official demo got made today including 2 tiers of buildings. Would you like to know more?

Aug 21, 2011 News
About Invidia 422AC - Chapter 2 - How it's made? Pt. 2

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About Invidia 422AC - Chapter 2 - How it's made? Pt. 2

About Invidia 422AC - Chapter 2 - How it's made? Pt. 2 A story on how the idea comes into reality, Q&A + a look in TIER3 and TIER4 religious buildings.

Aug 10, 2011 News
About Invidia 422AC - Chapter 2 - How it's made? Pt. 1

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About Invidia 422AC - Chapter 2 - How it's made? Pt. 1

About Invidia 422AC - Chapter 2 - How it's made? Pt. 1 A story on how the idea comes into reality + link to the official PDF guide. Can't play the game without the guide!

Aug 9, 2011 News
About Invidia 422AC - Chapter 1 - keynote

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About Invidia 422AC - Chapter 1 - keynote

Chapter 1 of a series of articles about my game. Would you like to learn more?

Aug 7, 2011 News
Comments
Carnival73
Carnival73 May 19 2013, 7:28pm said: Online

Yuppers. We're gonna need some resolution controls.

I thought just maybe the crashing was smart-arsed delayed response to clicking the 'Prayer' button.

Just some speculation. If I'm following this game, it doesn't matter which religion you pick - you're going to follow common sense anyway. Your starting template only limits you.

I'm trying to establish a colony running on just untampered wheat and water. The docs I'm assuming are only necessary if you adapt cattle and start tampering with nature. And the religions and temples are useless unless you're attempting to establish power through coercion by taking advantage of the masses undergoing cognitive dissonance....but I currently don't see the game getting that deep in.

I do like the concept however, it really gets one to think and try and outthink and that exercise of something deperately needed this day and age.

If you can get the 'crash to desktop' thing sorted it's an insta-buy for me.

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Carnival73
Carnival73 May 19 2013, 7:06pm said: Online

Well.....at least no one is offering to tamper with the water.

Killing the doctor an alternative to allowing natural breeding? "Power" bonus for killing the doc?
Wouldn't it be more power hungry to control who screws who?
Even though we didn't agree with doc's arrogant suggestion, did we have to kill him?

Game gets you thinking which is good if you're not receptive to any definite political stances this game seems to be attempting to suggest.

Backwards psychology - You can learn heaps from a witch.

BTW - Game crashes to desktop after about five minutes. Is this intentional if your revenue is building too slow?

Hmm...I might have to change the game's res. If it defaults under 800x600 Win 8 will drop it.

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structuralFantasies
structuralFantasies Aug 10 2011, 2:50pm said:

Very cool! Don't fully understand it yet, but I really like the idea and the design looks great so far.

As a sidenote, you probably shouldn't use the phrase "all religions" in the description since you only include a few dozen out of the hundreds of thousands of extant religions... You definitely seem aware of this, but the text is still in the description there.

Anyway, good luck! I'll be keeping an eye out for developments (Mac version?).

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menrvagames
menrvagames Aug 10 2011, 2:55pm replied:

Thank you structuralFantasies. Yes, while i use the phrase a lot, there are some religions left out.
I can't really develop for Mac but you can always use an emulator, dual boot or use another PC to play it.
I wish there was a way but at the moment it's the easiest option.

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Spr09
Spr09 Aug 9 2011, 9:54pm said:

hmmm... i wanna see a demo before i spend my money on this...

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Sydan
Sydan Aug 9 2011, 4:15am said:

I wouldn't say this is my type of game but it looks very well constructed. From watching the video I can see it's had a lot of work put into it. Congratulations on Release!

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