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THIS IS NOT A DRILL! It’s actually real! A videogame where you can be a lumberjack! I AM HERE FOR THIS!
Toplitz Productions announced today a planned Q1 2020 Steam Early Access launch date for their foresty business simulation — Lumberjack’s Dynasty. In the game, players take over a family farmstead in need of restoration as they set out to likewise restore the family’s lumber business. Lumberjack’s Dynasty will provide players with challenging story quests to complete as they build a timber empire their in-game family will be proud to carry on with.
Along with the announcement of the Early Access start for Lumberjack’s Dynasty, Toplitz Productions is pleased to announce that the recently released title Farmer’s Dynasty already has a large and active community, and since the game’s release, the publisher has been working hard on updates and improvements and is looking forward to providing players with a compelling farming simulation.
“We’re very proud of our community, which has been with us through the Early Access phase of Farmer’s Dynasty and has contributed significantly to the success of the title through constructive feedback,” said Robin Gibbels, Producer at Toplitz Productions. “We are now looking forward to the Early Access start of Lumberjack’s Dynasty and cooperation with our fans!”
More info on Farmer’s Dynasty and a complete list of updates is available on the Steam page: https://store.steampowered.com/app/678900/Farmers_Dynasty/
Lumberjack’s Dynasty combines the traditional life and business simulation genre with elements of the role-playing genre, creating a unique experience offered as a forestry simulation game. Lumberjack’s Dynasty challenges players to manage forests, harvest timber, and produce high-quality lumber and other products for sale. They will get behind the controls of heavy logging equipment and harvest prime timber as they grow to become major producers in the lumber industry while ensuring the prosperity of their family for generations to come — creating a true dynasty!
Our thoughts: Who doesn’t want a video game where you can be a lumberjack? I think one thing I’d like to see is an “old school” mode where instead of using modern machines you and 4 other players have to work together co-op style to take down and haul a tree by hand. That’s the real Lumberjack Dynasty.