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Thirteen-year-old construction simulator/roguelike/indie computer game ‘Slaves to Armok: God of Blood Chapter II: Dwarf Fortress’ is known well around the interwebs for its brutal difficulty, complex mechanics, and almost draconian text-based graphics. But the game’s advanced age doesn’t make it ineligible for a snazzy new update: publisher Bay 12 Games (composed of brothers Tarn and Zach Adams) announced a new update to the freeware game that, yes, introduces even more mechanics into the game for you to wreak on your dwarves. Seriously, this update is nuts. The base game is very open-ended and simple: you have a community of dwarves that you want…

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