Grimmwood is a social survival RPG that has you and up to 30 other players all trying to survive in a fixed location from zombies!
It’s a roguelike RPG that’s like Minecraft survival with 30 random players if it were a card game. You need to survive by gathering resources and crafting tools and weapons to help you defend your village against attackers at night. It’s a team effort with a shared village that gets infested with zombies every single cycle and it gets harder as time goes on. Crafting tools and fighting zombies is the daily life in this village situated in an ageless fantasy forest. It’s horror survival with others.
It’s like survival, exploration, and a roguelike game all into one game.
The area is a dark forest which you can explore during the day to gather resources and list points of interest, but then you need to hide at night in your village and defend it against monsters that attack.
You have energy, sanity, hunger, health, and thirst levels to keep track of. Up to 30 other players can also take residence in your village also. If you choose to play alone, you can do so, but playing with others to each chip in for resources will help you out. Working together allows you to fortify the village and help each other depending on personality types.
The game has asynchronous multiplayer with a real-time 24-hour cycle and allocated stamina points that you can choose each day. The game also has in-game chat for communications. Although playing against other players isn’t encouraged, it’s possible.
Grimmwood is available for Beta on Steam. Team up with other villages and defend the village and save it from the oncoming attacking zombies!
- Work with others to defend your village from zombies
- Craft, explore, hunt, gather, and defend
- Watch your meters
- Work with up to 30 players
- Possible player issues being selfish or trolling
Download and Play Grimmwood (Beta)
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