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Odd Realm v0.9.0.13c-Early Access

Odd Realm v0.9.0.13c-Early Access

Take control of a group of settlers to build a settlement that survives the passing seasons, roaming bandits, underground horrors, and gods from legend.

  • 2 playable races with unique styles of play (3 more being worked on now)
  • 5 procedurally generated biomes (Desert, Taiga, Voidland, Tundra, and Tropical)
  • 24+ Creatures
  • 100+ items, weapons, and gear
  • 100+ buildable blueprints for props, blocks, plants, trees, and platforms
  • 15+ Settler professions
  • Unique scenarios and encounters based on player decisions

Choose from thousands of generated landscapes to make your new home. A desert oasis? The ribcage of a long-dead giant? A magical mountain range? Where you choose to settle will determine what resources you have at your disposal, what you encounter, and how challenging your experience will be.

Use the resources in your environment to build… well.. whatever you want! A sandstone castle in the desert? An underground fortress? Or, maybe, an island beach house? You decide!

Dig mines into the earth to uncover lost tombs, dormant gods, and lakes filled with creatures watching from the deep. Just make sure not to go too deep!

Welcome the less-than-friendly arrival of your neighbors with cold steel and hugs made of arrows. Ask questions later.

Odd Realm v0.9.0.13c-Early Access

SIZE: 232 MB,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.2 Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
  • Additional Notes ↓ : Min Display Res 1200×768


  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system




Extract. install. Play.
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    George Reply
    Dec 05, 2020 @ 16:03

    Another joke of a videogame. Why people keep developing these games? they could just pick an emulator and play games from 1985-1990. I dont get it. You cant even distinguish what is what. The pixel is even bigger than the tables emselves. Amazing how garbaje is the videogaming industry these days.

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      Dec 05, 2020 @ 23:14


      What’s a sad joke, is how you continue to comment on games you have no intention of playing, and that much is quite obvious. Why you spend your time bickering and complaining about how bad a game looks, when you know yourself that you are never going to touch it, is a pointless cause for even making the kinds of comments that you leave behind from time to time.

      Why you continue to do this is anyone’s guess, but I would wager that it has something to do with you seeking attention, cause what other reason would you have for doing so.

      So you want to express the fact that you don’t like a game, fine. You don’t like the way it looks, that’s okay too, but you take it one step further by grossly exaggerating whatever point you think you are trying to make with your own comment by adding remarks like this to just about every game that you have an issue with on this site:

      “Why people keep developing these games?”
      “Amazing how garbaje is the videogaming industry these days.”

      It’s just really amazing how someone like yourself can complain about something so miniscule to the point where they just look at a screenshot or watch a trailer, but don’t play the actual game themselves to form any kind of opinion about the actual game play of the game to give enough credibility for why they don’t like it.

      News Flash for you George, people will play what they want to play, or what interests them. YOU do not govern or have authority or say on what people can and can not play, so even if you continue on with your comments about games you are never going to play, guess what?…. No one really cares. Gamers will play what they want to play, Game Developers will make the kinds of games that they want to make, and nothing that you say or do here will change that fact.

      If you think you are accomplishing something here, guess what?… you’re not, so get over it. The sooner you realize that the better.

      If you think you can make a much better game than some of the games here on this site that you like to randomly target and talk trash about, then what is stopping you from making your own game?
      Are you afraid that someone like yourself is going to come along and criticize the work that you have done if you happen to make a game of your own? It might happen, or it might not, but would you let that stop you from doing something you enjoy?
      Think about how some game developers feel when they make games that they think people might enjoy playing. I bet you never even thought or gave much consideration to the fact that some game developers, even Indie developers may just be starting out, and getting a feel for the gaming industry.
      Of course you didn’t, as it’s obviously plain to see from some of the remarks you have made.