Best Medieval/City-management/Simcity-like deep and heavy game?
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Hi,
I was wondering that one of the best features in the old D&D (1st. ed. RPG) was that in the second module (expert) you could build and administrate your castle.
It would be cool if a game like this existed: in which you build a city/feud and you can decide laws, punish crime, administrate economy, expand, conquest...
Which is, by you, the game that could bring this feeling more than others? Please add.
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1. Board Game: La Città [Average Rating:7.08 Overall Rank:554]
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This one is good, but quite fiddly and mechanic... there's the feel of building a city, but... I don't know, there's something that leaves me lukewarm. You can only build, but doing so you can't modify your city with laws, etc. I.e. they have no effects if only causing migration of people. All in all is only a race to build stuff.
 
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2. Board Game: Blood Royale [Average Rating:6.50 Overall Rank:2875]
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This was the first game I thought of after I read your descriptoin.
 
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3. Board Game: Antiquity [Average Rating:7.89 Overall Rank:218]
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I haven't played this game this is what they say:

Antiquity is set in an environment loosely modeled on Italy in the late Middle Ages.
Players choose their own victory conditions: they can focus on population growth, trade, conquest, or city building by choosing their patron saint. Each strategy requires a completely different style of play. Or you can choose to adore Santa Maria, the most powerful saint of all, but you’ll be expected to build a civilization twice as impressive as any other player.
While your economy is constantly improving, with more and more advanced cities bringing new options each turn, the land around your cities is slowly being depleted, forcing you to travel further and further to gather your raw materials until finally, there is no more land left to farm.
 
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4. Board Game: Caylus [Average Rating:7.83 Overall Rank:45]
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This is the Game you are looking for!
 
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