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Gorgeous and deeply absorbing: Manor Lords reviewed

18 May 2024

9:00 AM

18 May 2024

9:00 AM

Grade: A

‘God games’, as they used to be called, have a storied history. SimCity, Civilisation and the excellently sadistic Dungeon Keeper have all been responsible for many a PhD thesis being delivered late. The Almighty seems to have smiled on the latest iteration of the genre. The product of a one-man-band independent developer, Greg Styczen, its current pre-release version scored a million downloads on the first day it was available.

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