Chances are, if you've watched any of the trailers for The Tomorrow Children, you're probably struggling to work out what the game is actually about. I know I was, and that was before I started playing it. Then I got really confused.
After a short tutorial you are thrown into the game and expected to work things out for yourself and it can be quite intimidating. The best way I can describe it is a strange mish-mash of Minecraft, Sim City and Tower Defence, all set in a persistent online world. But to be honest, that doesn't make it sound any less confusing.
I've been messing around with the game all morning and I'm pretty sure I've got to grips with the basics, so I've decided to share my findings with you at 3:30pm via the medium of live streaming.
And of course, as this game has a Soviet theme, feel free to Putin any Russian puns you can think of into the comments section below. Come on, I know you can think of at least one - quit Stalin!
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