It's... okay. I didn't find reason to play it more than a few hours as the gameplay couldn't keep me grasped. The building system is nowhere near as good as Frontier's other games, Planet Coaster and Planet Zoo; but there is slightly better management than in Coaster due to the research and genome angles.Chrill wrote: ↑10 Jan 2021 15:12 I don't think I actually bought anything on Steam's Winter Sale. Utterly disappointing discounts, and most were only 20-25% off anyway.
EDIT: I picked up Jurassic World Evolution, a sort of Zoo Tycoon meets Jurassic Park game by Frontier, for only €4.99 which is like 90% off. I have not played it yet.
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The bugs were funny in the beginning, got a few laughs out of it, but then after a while, it just becomes so frustrating to the point of depressing
If anyone has played any of the previous Annos, I feel like 1800 is a good mix of the previous version, Anno 2205, but with the old school maps of the even earlier versions.
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