A multiplayer city-building game running on the Minetest Engine.
You've been employed by a company with plenty of energy to sell but no customers to sell it to! It's your job to build a city for them so that they can make some cash!
Press K to enable flight. You can only build roads and buildings next to existing roads so you will need to find a road in order to begin building your city. Buildings cost coins and eventually you will run out. Don't worry you can collect more coins by delivering energy to the structures you have built. You'll need to click on energy sources to charge your battery. You can also check on the status of your city at any time by pressing I / inventory, whilst within the city limits.
The assets for this game have been sourced from various CC0 sources. The houses, buildings, trees and roads are by Kenny [https://kenney.nl]. The sounds have been sourced from Freesound under CC0 or CC-BY-3.0 [https://freesound.org]. The icons are emojis from Twemoji [https://twemoji.twitter.com].
The wind turbine and powercraft were both authored by me using AssetForge [https://assetforge.io/].
The game uses a modified copy of naturalslopeslib LGPL2/later. [https://content.minetest.net/packages/karamel/naturalslopeslib/]
Features Wishlist / Roadmap / Ideas
A list of features that would be nice to have, if you are a modder, submit a PR!
- Upgradable Crafts
- Smoother Coastlines
- Mesecon-style power?
- Bridges, Tunnels and Hilly Roads
- Driving around the city in a car.
- Walking around the city as a person?
Minetest Engine Wishlist
If you work on the Minetest engine, here are some features that would help to polish & improve Builda City.
- Meshlike particles
- Change the chat/log/debug position
- Use the game name in the pause menu.
- Automatically load clientmods in the game directory (for singleplayer) if provided.
This is a special release of the project released under the Affero General Public License v3.0 + additional conditions. The standard version is available from github.com/splizard/buildacity and is licensed under a more permissive license.