With Games of Thrones coming to an end, the world will be missing its fill of Medieval fantasy. But thanks to indie game developer Oleg Dolya, it will be possible to create your own Medieval city with the click of a button. Dolya’s Medieval Fantasy City Generator is a free in-browser tool that is surprisingly addictive.
Cities of differing sizes are randomly generated, but users are given some control to customize their fiefdoms. Aside from selecting a color scheme and labels for each ward, there are several important features that users can add or remove. Want to add a citadel or city walls for an extra layer of defense? No problem. Want to place your village on the banks of a river? There’s an option to have the city located on the coast or have a river run directly through town.
After you’ve gotten your Medieval city where you’d like it, it’s possible to export the image as a high-quality PNG or SVG. The generator is also available at fantasycities.watabou.ru, where you can share your finished maps with a permalink. So whether you’re a fan of Medieval fantasy, like urban planning, or just have a few minutes to spare, click over to create your very own fantasy city.
Check out some of the results you can achieve with the Medieval Fantasy City Generator.
h/t: [Open Culture]