Nice to see more builder games, although it would be nicer if they weren't so simple. I'd love to see more peaceful games but the British imperial theme makes this one not fully count as peaceful in my book (although the not directly killing things part is a plus).
How exactly did you get a "British imperial theme" out of this?
Never mind, I watched part of the video you linked and I can see where you're coming from. Not at all clear from the game's description.
Weighing in on this, because this was not the intention of the game from my understanding. Generally I could see building a colony (in almost any
colony builder) as an imperialist theme, and most encourage aggressive expansion, but the entire plot of this game is being called in as contractors in an effort to help rebuild
a home for displaced refugees. This is after another rebuild effort, in peaceful coalition with the locals who were willing to trade land to the refugees in exchange for helping lost spirits find peace. This (as well as the lack of any aggression or violence) isn't exactly inline with an imperialist approach to setting up a new colony for the purpose of expansion.
I definitely get the concerns. I just want to mention this because obviously the things all mentioned above isn't (and doesn't need to be) explained in short picture book at the beginning of the game, but is through the interactions throughout the game world, and I'd hate to see anyone pass over what is otherwise a very positive, inclusive title that promotes themes like solving problems through trying to help and support each other, because of what might be a misconception.