When you think about the word “game”, you imagine a game that’s actually fun, or a game that’s played with a lot of skill. We also don’t typically imagine ourselves to be that kind of game, but I’m hoping that this game log can help paint an even better picture of your gameplay.
Towns is a casual game that is as fun to play as it is to watch and listen to. It takes a certain amount of attention to keep things in focus and you will need to keep moving to keep things progressing. Towns is also one of the few games that will have you moving constantly if you are playing with friends.
This is a game that will be played in two modes: Single Player and Local. Single Player Mode is the most basic mode of the game where you work your way through each of the five towns, trying to get the most points by defeating the Visionaries. Local Mode is a more refined version of Single Player Mode where you get to choose where you want to go and you can also use a camera to move around the various towns in the game.
You can also choose to play with randomize so you can play any of the towns in the game for the first time. This means no matter what town you are in, you can still select a random town. Even though you can change your goal, you won’t get a point for doing so.
In single player there’s a time limit to your completion. You can’t play for over 24 hours with your friends, and you can’t play again once you get the point from the first time.
It was great to see towns come alive in the game. It was nice to see the atmosphere and the sound of the town really jump out at you. Even though the game is primarily a single player game, the towns make for nice multiplayer modes. In single player you get to travel about the town, collect items and make new friends. In multiplayer you get to play with other players while in the same town.
It’s like a mix between the Grand Theft Auto games and GTA 3, in a good way. The towns are fun to explore, you can go from town to town and see where each character lives, then go back and explore the same area but from another perspective. It’s like being in a good GTA game without all the gunplay.
In towns, you can also create your own custom quests and play solo, and even have your own in-game currency. One neat thing is that you can buy items and power-ups from towns and vendors. I don’t know if this is just for the community or if it’s a game feature, but I can’t imagine playing the game without these features.
A lot of the game is about exploring the world through different perspectives. The game’s world is really huge and it’s really hard to figure out where the other characters are. You can take all of your characters with you and explore the other towns, or you can bring your own. There’s also a “town to town” feature where you can go back and explore the same area from a different perspective. It’s like being in a good GTA game without all the gunplay.
It has a great game mode called “The Campaign” where you play through the story, but you can still explore throughout the world on your own or with your friends. There are also other mini-games you can do like exploring the caves, exploring the underwater areas, go fishing, and more.