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ECO Global Survival Series

We are a group of friends who regularly play survival games together and share our content with the community. In this series we try to save the world!

The Players:
Kage848 –
GameEdged –
Pam Duncan –
bish1979 –
DreadPirate_Duo –

ECO Description:
ECO Global Survival is an online world from Strange Loop Games where players must build civilization using resources from an ecosystem that can be damaged and destroyed. The world of ECO is an incredibly reactive one, and whatever any player does in the world affects the underlying ecosystem, potentially in destructive ways. With so many players in a world, how wouldn’t the world instantly be destroyed, whether purposely or through greed/ignorance, by a small number of players?

Music Attribution:
Title: Ancient Whispers I
Artist: P C III
Source: www.pipechoir.com
License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

Nguồn: https://ijetmr.org/

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Author

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10 thoughts on “ECO | EP 6 | Quarry and Mortared Stone | Multiplayer ECO (S1)

  1. Was looking at some of the other streams and they have a little map on the top left – not sure if you turned yours off or not? Dread is able to zoom in/out and see where others are

    Need lights down in the quarry, too!

  2. Ohno, when you are crafting in the table, any reason you are making a bunch of work orders for 1 unit of pitch versus making one work order with all the pitch you want to create? By doing it one per order, you don't make use of any of the efficiency upgrades you may have put points into (in the skill tree).

  3. Ohnocoho!!! Congrats on breaking 1000 subs!! Great video as always, really like the mutli/single player mix, especially for this game. Love the mutliplayer banter but these single sessions allow us to learn more of the game mechanics and how everything works!

  4. if you will keep on expanding your quarry, you might need it to have access to mining carts. A Lot of stone to dig and carry out finished stone products to surface. Less walking around for you.

  5. I was originally worried when it was discussed the other day regarding some solo recordings and some multi-player. My concern was that I find the multi player fun hearing you all banter with each other on who's doing what (seeing and watching it from several views) BUT….. I loved this guided tour of your house with the explanation on what you have done, how you did it, what the issues were and why you have done it. All that stuff is lost in the multi-player. It was nice that Pam was there too so there was a bit of team work talk on skill sharing but it was not lost in the general chatter the five of you all can create 🙂 Please continue doing the same as your house and skills grow. Thank you.

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