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Curious Expedition is a roguelike expedition simulation set in the late 19th century. Together with famous personalities you will venture on unprecedented expeditions to regions never explored before for fame, science and treasures. Put on your pith helmet and khakis and make your way through a lush, procedurally generated world full of wonder and mystery. Now go explore, adventure awaits! Experience your very own adventure through a procedural story which makes every game unique. Explore procedurally generated worlds, each with its own distinctive set of challenges for the ambitious explorer. Plan and equip your trek. A good explorer is prepared for any eventuality. Manage your resources to keep your trek alive and sanity high. Balance your needs with the desire to carry all that precious treasure back home. Visit and interact with the land's natives. Enter villages, trade and communicate with local tribes and civilizations that are unknown to mankind. Loot mysterious temple ruins to gain fame and treasures, but watch out for deadly traps and curses that will compromise your trek and the world around you. Equip and utilize miraculous treasures to gain advantages, but be wary of unforeseeable side effects. Fight and defend your trek against a wide range of wild animals, mystical creatures and even dinosaurs.
In a competition you will embark on an expedition with a celebrity of your choice and his companions. And no game entry is like the last one. The cards are generated randomly and your pets are given random characteristics that can be decisive for the...
course of the expedition. You will discover many different sights on the hexafield maps. From villages and missions to caves and shrines to the destination of every expedition: a great golden pyramid. br>br>
How you do it is up to you. Are you exploiting the temples of the natives? Are you trying to be grave robbers? Or do you prefer to respect nature and only take what you need with you? Everything has a direct influence on what happens next. If their temples collapse with the landscape, volcanoes erupt and entire regions change their climate zones. The game is absolutely merciless and without any frustration. Nevertheless, the graphic style, the harmonious soundtrack and the sympathetic nature are fascinating. br>
PS: Grade had a racist cook with me. In an Indian village he stunk in the evening, whereupon the chief immediately offered to kill him and 'dispose of' his body. . . (Mear
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