The Tribez: Cheats, Tips and Game Guide (Paperback)
The Tribez game sets the player as someone who came from modern day and found a lost pre-historic, underwater civilization. The player then has been elected as chief by the villagers, which tie him up into the responsibility of helping them to build up their civilization. This entails collection of resources, erection of buildings, leveling up and expanding territory. The player must be ready to get the experience in this tribe-building simulation game. Putting himself being a tribe's chief, and leading bunch of people in this newfound land. You have to help them rebuild the tribe, and their faith is in their new chief's hands. This book will help you to understand the game better as well as to learn additional tips and tricks. Legal Disclaimer: Author of the book is not associated with the game or its creators. This is an unofficial guide.
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