Every Great Story Starts in a Tavern

Posted on 24 Nov 2016 by
Lee Braden

Or it does in pen and paper at least, and with Greenheart Games’ new offering that has just been announced, you can actually help with that.

Tavern Keeper is the infamous Game #2 that GHG were working on and well, who doesn’t want to be an Ork barkeeper with an elf flipping burgers and a halfling as the hotel manager? Going with a very different style to most, the graphics are a bit comedic and cartoon like, but hey, it works with the proposed style for the game, the main thing to keep an eye out is for any weird guys in full plate armour.

So far, the game is still an internal Alpha but there are plans for a Beta sometime in 2018. To keep up to date with Tavern Keeper news, head on over to the main website and sign up for their mailing list. Oh and don’t mind the bard in the rafters, he’s hiding from his wife, apparently she found out he was out slaying all night…and not dragon slaying, if you catch my drift.

Official Press Release

Greenheart Games, the makers of Game Dev Tycoon (known for their piracy experiment) have announced the in-development business simulation game
Tavern Keeper – a fantasy tavern simulator.

In Tavern Keeper you manage a tavern, building, bartering, cooking and cleaning your way to success in a humorous fantasy world. Starting out with a shell of a tavern in the backwaters of the kingdom, you build rooms, place items, stock the larder and hire staff to satisfy the demands of the oddball locals and misfit heroes that stumble through your door. Run your business well and you’ll progress to larger taverns with more demanding patrons where you’ll need to expand your offerings to include new meals, drinks, rooms and services.

Feature Preview:

● Build and run your own unique fantasy tavern.
● Hire, organize and manage your staff and keep them cheerful and efficient.
● Serve a wide variety of eccentric characters, from human peasants to orc nobility.
● Balance merchant supply, patron demand and larder stocks with a truly medieval storage system.
● Keep patrons satisfied with food, drink, services and entertainment as you build your reputation.
● Expand your kitchen to craft ever more exotic dishes.
● Optimize production workflows to stay a step ahead of the growing crowds.
● Plan carefully, spend your money wisely and keep an eye out for chaotic events that could drive you out of business.


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