Airborne Kingdom – The Highlands – Bluff's Gateway – The Rune of Daylight – EP5

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Join me as we explore the skies in Airborne Kingdom, a city builder where we build a city in the skies. We must maintain our city’s lift, balance, and of course pay attention to our resources, all the while exploring the landscape to find resources, lost technologies and ultimately discover the fate of The Ancients.

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About Airborne Kingdom
Airborne Kingdom — the sky city builder. Grow your unique town among the clouds, and fly it across a wide-open landscape. Explore the skies to restore serenity to the world below

Build Your Domain

Construct a unique sky city. Build housing, satisfy needs, and grow your clan. Maintain lift, balance weight, and be careful not to run low on fuel!

Fly The Barrens

Explore the landscape, which changes with every playthrough. Search for resources, find lost technologies, and discover the fate of The Ancients!

Connect The Kingdoms

Gain allegiance with the ground kingdoms. Help them find artifacts, construct monuments, and connect them to the skies. Your guidance can propel an era of harmony!


Outro Music: Dreams – Bensound
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2 thoughts on “Airborne Kingdom – The Highlands – Bluff's Gateway – The Rune of Daylight – EP5”

  1. Having 69/80 food, flying by some thicket and saying not needing more food, that’s absolutely horrible 😂 only a full food storage is a good one🙂 food and water each have separate storages, so always pick these resources up when flying by. You still can continue moving the kingdom for not losing time, getting out of reach and they stop collecting anyways 👍and same for coal, every bit counts

    Clumping things together is indeed a good a thing, as this means you don’t need paths for the additional buildings of that type, so you can build more compact. E. g. build several farms next to each other, windmill in the middle, only 1 tile needs path access. Same for houses, but limited to 2 to clump, as their description says.

    To get the metal quickly, you could just have bought it at the city market 😇 it’s not cheap but you have tons of goods on stock. That’s a nice turn when having a kingdom not that greatly developed as yours at that state.
    But the production speed of your kingdom is fascinating 🧐


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