Categories: Virtual, Career
Store: Tribe: Primitive Builder (Price: $ 6,65)
Platform: PC
Publisher Names: Polyslash
Support Language: English, Polish, French, German, Spanish – Spain, Portuguese – Brazil
Publish Date: 2023-10-12

PC Requirements:


  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10 (64-bit) or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-6400 / AMD Ryzen 5 1500X
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: RX 570 4GB VRAM / GeForce GTX 970 4GB VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 10 GB available space


Positive Comment(s)

The game was an absolute pleasure to watch!100jakijacek
The game is a must-play for any gaming enthusiast!100Gameaddicted2
That was a great shot!100devonukkk
The visuals and sound design are stunning and the game mechanics are incredibly immersive!100Paul_barley

Negative Comment(s)

Tribe: Primitive Builder offers an interesting take on the builder genre, however the story does not do much to enhance the overall experience. The building mechanics are adequate, but could use some refinement to make the game more enjoyable.60CGMagazine
At first I think: yes this is a nice, big and deep game. But after some hours I realised it is shallow and boring. What I like: – Easy building – Easy gathering of stuff – Workermanagement – Building, crafting etc. – Big area – No bugs, when you fall in the lava, your stuff is on a safe spot right next to the ‘wrong area’. – You really need to plan your thirst and sleep, otherwise you have a big problem What I don’t like – A lot of walking… Over and over again, especially when you did not unlock the fast travel yet. – Empty world, yes there are different plants etc. but not so much animals. – Hunting is boring, running after a rabbit or something till it stops and then poking with a spear is boring. – You need to gather a lot of materials, that is a lot of clicking – Automation but with a lot of manuel steps… – To unlock things is just crazy with the amount of materials you need – No personal upgrades – Walking from A to B and back again, just to make it a long game… And you know what? If you are lucky the person you need to find is walking some extra miles more away from you… Conclusion: There is a good base, but it is the whole time the same. It is not a bad game, it does nothing really wrong. But somehow it does not feel special or interesting. I wanted more variation. More upgrades, more the feeling that you are rebuilding villages and helping them. Now it feels like a microwave meal. Not bad, but it could have been better and fresher.60hyperjoc
intruiqing gameplay, so much fun and still exploring after 7h100Chris_martinez

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