Fabledom announced, a new fairytale themed city builder


Publisher Dear Villagers and co-developers Greena Games and Doyoyo Games have announced Fabledom, a new fairytale-themed city builder.

The new kingdom or queendom city builder set in a fantasy world is launching for Windows PC (via Steam) sometime this spring, via early access.

Here’s a rundown on the game, plus a new trailer:


Welcome, your Highness! A vast land awaits your settlers and is ready to be colonized.

Fabledom offers an accessible and intuitive way of playing City builders, no excel sheets nor optimization is required to build yourself a kingdom.

Set in a strange world where Fairytales became reality, you will witness the growth of your village; follow your citizens’ lives and watch the rise and fall of your relationships with the neighboring kingdoms.


  • City Building – Collect Resources and Shape your Settlement. Find the promised land, settle, and flourish! You will need every resource available to you to expand and thrive. Build and shape a city worthy of your future citizens!
  • Production – Tales of trades, feuds and partnerships. Build your economy, exchange rare resources to grow and evolve. Fabledom offers numerous ways to interact with other kingdoms. How you will handle diplomacy will shape your progress.
  • Courtship – Get yourself a Queen or a King. Romance will strongly shape the way you play and enjoy the game. Fabledom’s focus on love and candor will provide fresh city building mechanics.
  • Protect – Build an Army, elect your hero to protect & conquer. Choose your champion, assemble your town watch and defend your Kingdom against vile neighbors and minions
  • Chill and Contemplate – Sweet & Laid Back in a Fairy tale World. Experience the fairytale world filled with giants, witches, flying pigs and hidden secrets. Explore every nook and cranny of this magical world!

Fabledom is inspired by amazing games like:

  • The Settlers
  • Foundation
  • Kingdoms and Castles


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