Going Medieval - How to Research Guide

Going Medieval Guide Hub

Welcome to the Going Medieval Guide Hub here at Slyther Games for every guide we have. Whether you’re playing for the first time or the hundredth, we have a guide…

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Going Medieval - How to Research Guide

Going Medieval – How to Research

Learning how to research new technology in Going Medieval is extremely important if you want to continue advancing. Jeffrey LermanJeff is a journalist that loves to write, stream, and make…

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Going Medieval - How to Get More Settlers

Going Medieval – How to Get More Settlers

Getting more settlers for your Going Medieval village is extremely important to continue growing. If you want to make any progress in this city builder, you’re going to want more…

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Going Medieval – How to Keep Doors Closed

If you’re playing Going Medieval and having a problem with doors staying closed, you’re probably not the only one. This seems to be a common issue where settlers will wander…

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Going Medieval - How to Build Underground Bases

Going Medieval – How to Build Underground

Going Medieval is a city builder that stands out from similar games by letting you build higher and underground too. There are huge advantages to building in either direction to…

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Flotsam Update 0.2.0 Adds New Landmarks

The latest Flotsam update adds new landmarks to the ocean alongside a lot of basic changes. Jeffrey LermanJeff is a journalist that loves to write, stream, and make content about…

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All Flotsam Traits and What They Do

Knowing the traits each character has in Flotsam from Pajama Llama Games is important in surviving. While there aren’t many, it’s still worth discussing how to use each one efficiently….

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15 Flotsam Tips and Tricks to Survive

Surviving on the open ocean in Flotsam isn’t easy and that’s why I threw together a list of Tips and Tricks to help make it simpler. A huge part of…

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