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You are trapped in a spooky library and need to put away the books before you can escape. Beware! You are not alone!

The 2nd project from the KIA2 volunteer dev team.

Thanks for everyone who tested and gave feedback during our testing releases. And thanks to mods for stickying the posts.

Special thanks to Betterdays who made the amazing environmental art and assets for the game and generally for the game looking as good as it does despite the limitations of a web release.

We are currently planning our next project and will be trying to make our testing process more professional in the future. DM me if you are interested in helping test our future games, no experience necessary.


Edit 05/05/2024:

Current Main Rumble Channel link: https://rumble.com/user/Lethn

Rumble is now my primary content farm, I no longer use Odysee.

I've been reminded by people my links and everything are horribly out of date for my main sticky thread. Hope this helps people keep track of what's going on, this should be a lot neater now. I think I will use the comments page to post new videos and I will use this main thread with the development roadmap list and any relevant major release links like the game itself.

When I edit the main post next I will also remember to post the date so that people know exactly when this was last done at a glance.

Updated roadmap 07/05/2024

Current by the gods 0.1 Development Roadmap:

. Reversing all wood and grain pile animations

. Pick up and drop behaviour for grain and wood piles, as well as trees

. Village storehouse grain/wood pile animation and behaviour

. Individual Housing Slots For Villagers to prep for day/night cycles and sleep mechanics - Complete

. Housed Villager population updating - Complete

. Influence sphere scaling with housed villager count - Complete

. God hand influence sphere behaviour - Complete

. Debugging building mechanics in conjunction with breeding behaviour to make sure there are no conflicts - Complete

. Debug villager wandering behaviour to match scale of individual village influence sphere - Complete

. God hand belief text animation - Complete

. God hand belief behaviour - Complete

. Villager belief, current and required - Complete

. Villager belief collision behaviour for miracles

. Faction colour changes based on village ownership integer - Complete

. Finish and import new god hand model and check accuracy of god hand raycast and collision

. Implement custom population limits per village in order to prevent breakage and performance problems - Complete

. Test basic throwing mechanics to prep for building destruction

. Main menu options ( Keybind, Audio, Video )

. Pick up and drop villagers to change village ownership - Complete

. Pause/Speed Scale - Complete

. Place neutral villages for village capture gameplay

By the gods business model - 10/06/2024 - Updated so that it's hopefully completely clear what the plan is for the project, a playable demo of one skirmish island will be made available for free

Versions 0.0 - 1.0 - Free pre-alpha download

Versions 1.1 - 2.0 - Free alpha download

Versions 2.1 - 3.0 - Beta $5.00, own forever

Versions 2.1 - 3.0 - Full retail $20.00, own forever


Lots of good ideas from the last post, a Rocky theme week is a good idea, classic detective movies is another. The post for Memorial Day makes the most sense for the initial run. Normally we do a time/day vote but I’m thinking of a small change where I throw up 4 movies in the queue on Saturday starting at either 12pm, 2 pm, or 4 pm eastern (utc -5). Vote for the time block and what 4 films you want in the block in the order you want them to appear (in example: 2pm eastern, movies 6, 4, 1, 3) if you would like to add a movie not listed ascribe a double digit number to your recommendation (I.e. 24) and I will do my best to add it if it is popular through upvotes. The list I’m currently thinking of is:

  1. Flags of our Fathers (2006)

  2. Sergeant York (1941)

  3. The Big Red One (1980)

  4. They Were Expendable (1945)

  5. Patton (1970)

  6. The Longest Day (1962)

  7. Merrill's Marauders (1962)

  8. The Steel Helmet (1951)

  9. The Thin Red Line (1998)


Have repeatedly tried uploading some of the movies after hand breaking them to 480 so they would upload to bitchute. Can’t get any movie to upload, gets to 20% at the most before erroring out on me. So we definitely need an alternative to be able to host for Saturday on cytube.


People have been telling me to buy it for a while. I know his Narnia books are more well known but how does this trilogy compare? Cant wait to read it because I love the idea of him writing sci-fi

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This is why autists are fantastic, been curious about this for awhile and yeah, any of us who give a shit about the state of games should not be installing modern multiplayer games at all at this rate. I would not be shocked if even Valve get desperate about the cheaters in their games and they go all in on anti-cheat spyware. Alternatively they may end up officially partnering with face-it.

TLDR: It's worth than anyone thinks, this video gives context and detail.


Kind of curious to see what the prevailing trend for first person games these days is now we're being denied even that quite a bit in the industry since everything seems to be extraction shooter clones these days and forced live service/online stuff.

I'm not that picky about what sort of shooter I can play as long as I get to pew pew things but I can go for most first person content if it's done well. My main thing lately though is trying to find stuff that I can quickly hop into which has replayability and there aren't that many singleplayer games out there which are like that.

Staying away from most online stuff these days, it all seems to be old games by today's standards that run like shit and seem to be getting worse even on modern systems thanks to the amount of bloat that devs are cramming into everything making the install sizes 60gb+. I tried running Rust and even with the changes allowing you to craft weapons from the bones of other players it's about as disappointingly fucked as I remember.

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