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Sort the Court!

Made in just three days for Ludum Dare, Sort the Court! by graebor, Amy Gerardy, and Bogdan Rybak is a simple sim about a king making all the hard choices to raise your kingdom to a population of 250 by presiding over the decisions people bring to you each day, though you can only answer Yes or No (type [Y] or [N]) to each of them, and you won't always know the consequences right away. Sometimes it might be as simple as loaning some cash to a fisherman, while others might have you deciding whether to potentially gamble away some souls for the chance at some extra cash. Decisions can impact your money, population, and happiness positively or negatively, and with 37 different characters and over 150 decisions, Sort the Court! is extremely charming with its cute art filled with lovely little touches and surprises. Help your kingdom grow, and check out the official Ludum Dare 34 page for Sort the Court! to vote!

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ChaoSpectre January 2, 2016 7:47 PM

I'm going to be frustrated not knowing all the storylines.




Very cute game, but would be nice if there were a level, or a finish point. As it is, you just sort of keep clicking away, waiting for something to happen. Village becomes a town? Upgrades?

merchantfan January 3, 2016 9:56 PM replied to JustMe

You get a trophy at 250 people (like they mention in the beginning), but it just continues on forever after that. Would be nice to have a count of possible interactions or something so you can see if you've gotten everything. Or achievements.


Fun little game, but yeah, it'd be nice to be able to know when I've seen all there is to see.


One of the gold coins in my pile is standing up by itself...


This is a very easy game. More addictive than it should be.


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