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Buildings Have Feelings Too Will Finally Launch Later This Month

Publisher Merge Games and Indie developer Blackstaff Games have announced that their previously delayed title Buildings Have Feelings Too! will finally release later this month.

Buildings Have Feelings Too! was one of our most anticipated games of March. That was until it was unfortunately delayed. Well, for players eagerly awaiting this city-management-puzzle-game hybrid, the wait is almost over. Announced way back in 2018, Buildings Have Feelings Too! went on to be selected as one of Microsoft’s highlighted indie titles back at GDC 2019. Now, after many tweaks and refinements, Buildings Have Feelings Too! is almost ready to be unleashed upon the world.

What Is Buildings Have Feelings Too!?

Buildings Have Feelings Too! is a city-management puzzle game that is reminiscent of both The Sims and Cities: Skylines. Players must grow their city into the hip place to be all while ensuring their buildings’ needs are attended to. Each building acts as its own character and must be kept happy or else risk being demolished forever. There’s a lot to unpack here, so I’ve compiled a nice list of everything you can expect when it launches later this month:

  • Build and grow your city with an array of different shops, offices and entertainment buildings
  • Construct different neighbourhoods and specialist areas such as a busy financial hub or theatre district
  • Manage the day-to-day running of your city including electricity supply, noise pollution, transport and more
  • Use buildings from the Victorian era to the modern-day
  • Learn about your buildings’ hopes and desires, fears and woes, and help them come to grips with the changing world around them
  • Completely customise your city’s layout to boost your city’s growth
Image Credit – Blackstaff Games

Release Date & Price

Buildings Have Feelings Too! will finally release on April 22nd, 2021. It will be launching on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will be priced at $19.99/€19.99/£14.99. Will you be picking this one up? Let us know in the comments below

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