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SilkWood in the Spring

GENRE Simulation 
PUBLISHER Reflective Layer 
DEVELOPER Reflective Layer 
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SilkWood in the Spring Demo
SilkWood in the Spring Demo 03/28/08
So you and your Elder made it through rain and snow in Silkwood. Well, we've added another dimension to the game. Resources. In SilkWood Spring, instead of collecting berries to later be traded for tools, you now have to grow plant's and chickens instead. And that requires maintaining the right temperature and amount of rain. With SilkWood's Real-Weather system, you'll have to search around the globe to find the right conditions for resources you want to grow. Failing to do so will cause your plants and chickens to die.
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