Deep Town is science fiction strategy game where you play as an AI, with a sole purpose to gather, construct, and replicate.
Crust of a planet is many kilometers/miles deep, filled with different metals, gems and rare findings.
A high tech digging system as yours, is capable of drilling through any rock, using tons of different techs like
driller bots, cryogenic freezing techs, fire blasts and others, you name it!
Building factories on top and under, is crucial to produce complicated production pipelines. Auto mine resources, then smelt them into bars, craft them into items, and make sure your factories are working at full capacity!
There are many things to produce, and it's up to you to choose a specialization!
EXPLORE YOUR PLANET
One word - archeology. On your digging journey - find caves and send explorer bots to see what's inside, uncover the hidden story behind your planet's past, and answer the age long question - where are we?
Offline Bot collection of water fix
Coal elder game balance changes
Fixes for observatory unlocking
Ratings and Reviews
Easy to Get Invested!
Keeps you engaged and coming back to it for a long time. I didn't expect to receive lore from a mining game but I was always intrigued and wanting to know more. The music is pretty nice and the art is appealing.
A few grammar mistakes here and there but nothing that affects understanding of the mechanics. Overall, really fun and worth some of your time
Some minor concerns:
- when I upgrade the above ground floors, they will continue to produce things while upgrading. Normally this is ok but the crafting and smelting stations have at times eaten up a lot of my basic resources because I forgot to clear them out before upgrading. This is especially important for the crafting floor, because there are multiple items that use copper, for example, I've accidentally used all of it on something like nails in the past
- some of the attacks for fighting the elders could be explained better. It took me a while to figure out how miracle gas works, as well as how the repair bots help exactly
- the rare items tab automatically sets the slider to maximum when you're destroying items. I more than once accidentally destroyed a big chunk of my rare items when I only wanted one or two destroyed
- it took me a little bit to realize how to navigate the menus in the beginning, and I actually didn't realize you could go higher above ground for a while
- some of the mining stations make sounds and some don't? I could be wrong about this
Fun but confusing
This game was really fun for me for about a few weeks, but one thing I quickly realized was how confusing this game is. There were two main issues I had with this game, one concerning the crafting and smelting floors and the other involving the satellite. I think you guys just need to implement a better tutorial including a) how to smelt, craft, buy new buildings b) how to build the satellite (I don’t mean the missions, I mean integrating a second tutorial that actually puts you through the motions. I’m looking for more of a hands on experience here). Other than that, this game was fairly fun and entertaining but even the layout of where things were was hard to navigate. Please correct these and integrate the story more—after that, I’ll be much more pleased with how this game turned out. For now, I’m deleting it and giving it three stars. I’ll be downloading it again sometime soon to see if the bugs were fixed, though, so I’ll definitely give it second and third chances.
Fun & Entertaining
Deep Town is a fun and entertaining game that is ACTUALLY free to play! It does take a bit of time to make noticeable progress but that is half the fun. Who wants a game that ends quickly anyways? You gain gems from completing an ENORMOUS amount of quests (which are actually not a drag... there is a decent story line behind it all). You also receive gold from selling the items you have mined/found/received from crates, etc., and between the gems and the gold that you get, you are given everything that you NEED to progress in game for FREE! (Of course you could always speed things up by buying gems but it’s NOT a pay to win (or play) game here in the slightest, which I appreciate and will continue to enjoy playing! Thank You For This *Gem* Of A Game!
- Rockbite LLC
- 161 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2017 Rockbite LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Pouch of Gems $4.99
- Special offer $3.99
- Bucket of Gems $9.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.