You Must Build a Boat for PC
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You Must Build a Boat

Jun 4, 2015
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About this game

Content Rating: Rating pending

Summary

You Must Build A Boat is the sequel to the award winning "10000000". Travel the world, run procedurally generated dungeons finding artifacts, capturing monsters and recruiting crew for your boat.

System Requirements

Recommended

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Core2Duo
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible video card with 256 MB shared or dedicated RAM (ATI or NVIDIA)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

Minimum

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Core2Duo
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible video card with 256 MB shared or dedicated RAM (ATI or NVIDIA)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 150 MB available space

Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
7.57
Bryan VoreJun 09, 2015
Despite the slight drop-off toward the end and the low replay value, You Must Build a Boat is a great experience while it lasts. For a good six to nine hours, building a boat will indeed become the most important task in your life. Your addiction to this game will burn white hot for a couple days, then drop off after completion.
Jody MacgregorJun 22, 2015
Each round of You Must Build A Boat is short, but I always get at least a bit of gold, or some of the other resources necessary to keep my aquatic menagerie growing. I keep wanting to go back for more in the same way I always want another cookie, and that’s an impulse I distrust. It’s not a feeling unique to this game, but it’s there and it’s dragged me back for so many hours I experienced a version of the Tetris Effect–when everything in your house starts to seem like it belongs at one end, lined up in neat rows.
Conrad ZimmermanJun 29, 2015
The short round length and simple, lizard-brain gameplay makes it ideal for either the commute or the commode. Dedicating more attention to it than that may prove to be a bit tedious (not least because of the simple, repetitive music) and the design lends itself far better to touch controls for mobile devices than a mouse, so your better bet is to grab it on the phone and take it with you places.

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