The Most Beautiful Screenshot


#101

ehhh what are you talking about? they are quite active on here actually?


#102

Yeah they seem active here, they are not active on steam. I have reported hundreds of bugs, started hundreds of topics…I can count on my hand the number of times a dev or mod has responded. They ignore the Steam Community and it’s really not great.


#103


I finally got around to taking a screenshot of the best town I’ve made, pre-alpha 24+. The save is completely broken, but looks okay… from a distance. (The hearthlings… are a bit creepy now.)


#104

And now you found the right place to engage and report bugs to the devs. It is not like it was a secret? Welcome to the Discourse, good to see you here :merry:


#105

I would suspect that more people are involved with SH because of Steam than any other method. If you use it as a distribution method, you have to engage there otherwise it may head south dramatically.

Mind you, this Steam debate is well off topic.


#106

From my current Youtube Town in the Canyon Biome :slight_smile:


#107

I really like how the lights look in the desert. Gotta say, Rayya’s children is one of my favorites.


#108

Northern Alliance so far


#109

im loving the lighthouse :smiley:
(also since my own stonehearth is broken beyond fixing atm: how would the houses look if you make the roofs flush with the floor? (as in cut away the lower walls which should lower the construction time, hight, and material costs?) (would leave a sort of modified version of the houses i usually make :stuck_out_tongue: )


#110

Might be a little late, but these are two screenshots from a build I’m still working on. This is part of my Northen Alliance so far.


#111

Well done looking great:D


#112

Thanks :smiley:


#113

Somehow it shouts “hogworts” to me :’)


#114

I hope that I’m not too late!
I have always loved the heart and attention to detail in the game. I love making small but compact villages that are chock full of decorations.


#115

Few Hearths resting by the fire after a hard days work