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Devlog #2 - Feedback Summary, Plans, and More!
It’s been a while since our last devlog and a lot has happened since then. In this issue we’d like to sum up all the things you might have missed and share our thoughts and plans.
Here are the highlights of what we’re going to cover:
  • Coming to GOG
  • Festival open alpha tests
  • Feedback summary (deep dive)
  • Plans for the future
So it begins...

Coming to GOG

We’re kicking off with some great news: Against the Storm is coming to GOG! All those of you who enjoy DRM-free games can wishlist the game now on the platform:
We are dedicated to keeping both versions alike feature-wise to the extent that both platforms allow us to. It also applies to the Game in Development program (Early Access equivalent).

Festival open alpha tests

Against the Storm qualified for the final of Digital Dragons Indie Showcase and later appeared on Steam Game Festival - Autumn Edition. It was a perfect opportunity for us to launch the first open alpha tests in the form of a Steam demo. We even managed to improve and update the demo based on your suggestions.
If you missed it, we’re sure there’ll be another opportunity in the future. Meanwhile, check out some of the great gameplay videos from the game:
Those are just some of your fantastic videos. We’re collecting and re-watching all of them here:
Against the Storm - Community Playlist

Feedback summary

Big thanks to everyone involved in the latest alpha-tests on Steam and GOG. We are positively overwhelmed by the amount of feedback you have given us via the in-game surveys and on our forums. Shoutout to every single one of you who gratuitously spent a portion of your free time writing down your thoughts and impressions.
With almost 400 filled surveys it’s hard to answer each and every question, but after going through the feedback, we would like to answer a few of the most common concerns.

Balance & content

The content you’ve seen will most likely change in the final game or even in the early access. So if you feel like A is always better than B, some perks are OP, or even that some buildings are redundant right now - don’t be afraid, it won't stay that way. Of course, buildings like the Lumber Camp or Stonemason won’t change that much and the 3 species are here to stay as well. However, production chains, products, or even needs are likely to be rebuilt from the ground up to match new systems and longer gameplay sessions. Speaking of which...

Single runs are too short

The current length of a single gameplay session is around 40 to 60 minutes. This is a product of the demo-like format. In the final game, we plan on extending it. A single run will still remain shorter than in most city builders, as we want it to last around 2 to 3 hours.
Our goal is to create a city builder where starting from scratch is exciting and each game brings unique opportunities and challenges. We are aware of how risky this move is and we will observe the impact of this decision at every step of production. Especially that some of you would prefer to just have a peaceful settlement where no Beaver is ever hungry and all species can live in harmony, without the Queen breathing down your neck. And this brings us to our next point.
But before we get to it: if you’re still reading, you deserve some reward!
Did you know that the Humans - a species least resistant to the corrupting effects of the environment - wear long reed capes that shield them from the Rain, especially when working the farm fields?

Post-result gameplay/Sandbox mode

Our goal for the pre-alpha tests was to see if even a basic mix of the city builder and rogue-lite genres could be a fun experience, and we mainly worked on that part of a game. We focused on the challenge of surviving in a harsh environment and keeping your villagers alive and well. Whatever happened after clicking “Let me play” on the result screen stayed “off the record” for us.
While we believe this gameplay formula has huge potential, there are some players who have enough struggles outside of the realm of games, especially in 2020. Not everyone has to enjoy the challenge and constant struggle of a rogue-lite colony sim - and this is fine. We can’t say anything specific yet, as we didn’t have enough time to come up with a solution to this, but we would love to have some kind of “chill mode” in the game. All the gardeners of the world - stay tuned! And those looking for a challenge…

The game is too easy/too hard

As we are working on Against The Storm exclusively after hours (for now), we had to learn to take shortcuts. One of the largest we took in the alpha test was to design a game for only one difficulty. We are sure many of you can imagine the consequences of that.
For newcomers, the game seems too hard or even unfair, while experienced players burn through each session (quite literally). This is a problem we don’t want to reduce to a simple menu popup with an “Easy, Medium, Lizard” choice, and we will tackle this head-on in the upcoming weeks while working on a new progression system.


The progression system you experienced in the alpha test won’t stay for long. It just lacks any zazz. We will be talking in length about some exciting new ideas in this area in one of our upcoming devlogs. Permission granted to get excited.

Static/overwhelming tutorial

This one is a hard one. Knowing how much will change in the future, we were reluctant to invest too much time into a proper tutorial. However, this will have to change - the unusual mix of genres and unique mechanics will bar us from piggybacking too much on other games here. We are planning to smooth out the learning curve with a progression system, but it’s too early to say anything concrete right now, except - it will have to improve significantly.
Some people felt really overwhelmed by the initial information dump - especially with plumpy beavers quickly devouring whatever food was left in the storage.


The current roads and pathways are far from optimal in terms of visual design and the user experience of building/removing them. We already implemented improvements in both of these areas. Hope you will enjoy it!

The big furry monster is not that big actually, let alone scary

This last point is very close to our hearts. One of the systems we are most happy with is the forest exploration (you can learn more about it from the first devlog). We want you to be thrilled when clearing an opening to a glade - knowing that there will be something that will potentially turn the tables of your playthrough. Hopefully in a good way, but potentially also in a very bad one. We are convinced that there’s still room for improvement in this area.
Whatever you find on a glade is static for now - rewards such as 10 pieces of meat, some stone deposit, maybe even a building. You will either get what you want or not. While this can be somewhat exciting (loot chests! yay!), we didn't manage to make it scary or challenging. In previous versions, we tried to put much more dangerous threats (and rewards) in the marked glades but it never felt justified and fair due to the static nature of the system. It’s just frustrating to see your 2-hour gameplay going to shreds because you got an unlucky popup. And if there are no meaningful risks, there can’t really be meaningful rewards - so we had to temper this system down for the alpha test.
That being said, we are more than happy to tell you that we will start working on another iteration of this system soon. We hope that it will bring much more life and meaningful decisions for exploration. We will try to write at least one dev blog about it as well!
Take a break, here’s some trivia:

Did you know that every caravan sent out to settle the wilds is always looking for ancient ruins? Colonies are built around hearths - strange relics of a long-forgotten civilization. These constructions are extraordinarily well suited for keeping the Holy Flame alive and thus helping the people survive.

Plans for the future

This part might be disappointedly short, but nevertheless informative. As you already know, we had two open alpha tests within a month and received plenty of feedback. We will now take some time to iterate the existing systems, add new features, and make sure the next time you get to play Against the Storm it will be even better. We are also on the lookout for funding, so we can start working full-time. Keep your fingers crossed.
In the meantime, you can expect us to share the development progress on Steam, Discord, and other channels.

Thank you again

Phew! That was a long one, but if you are reading this - that means you’ve managed to get through it. Hope you feel much more confident in the game now and look forward to the next test as much as we do <3. The last few weeks were quite a ride for us and we can’t wait for more. See you on Discord!
And if you feel like Against the Storm is your kind of game, please consider adding it to your Steam wishlist. It helps us a lot!
May the storm be gentle on you.
Eremite Games

Check out previous devlogs:

Devlog #1 - It’s alive!Discover the design ideas behind the Dense Forest system, get to know the Beavers, and learn more about building modules.

Join other villagers on our official channels:

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Uneven Paths: Employment Recoveries By Industry

Sri Thanabalasingam, Senior Economist
September 23rd, 2020


  • The Canadian labour market has made rapid gains since provinces began reopening their economies. Nearly two-thirds of employment losses from March and April have been recouped.
  • However, the tide has not been rising evenly across industries – far from it. A number of “high-touch” areas that have been hit hardest by the pandemic and resulting restrictions have recorded modest recoveries while other industries have seen strong employment rebounds.
  • Over the near term, we expect the job market recovery will lose steam as upside diminishes for those industries quick out of the gate, while struggling industries continue to face notable chill winds, at least until a vaccine becomes widely available.

Chart 1 - Nearly Two-thirds of Job Losses Have Been Recovered
  • Since the reopening of provincial economies, the Canadian labour market has made rapid gains. Nearly two-thirds of the jobs lost during March and April have been recouped over the May-August period, taking employment to 94% of its pre-pandemic (February) level (Chart 1).
  • On its face, the labour market’s rebound so far has outperformed even the most optimistic expectations. However, underneath the hood, the story remains one of a very uneven recovery. Employment in some industries has rebounded by far less than others. This is especially the case for high-touch industries such as accommodation and food as well as public transit and air transportation services, which have been deeply impacted by the pandemic.
  • Looking ahead, the labour market recovery will likely continue, but more slowly and in an uneven manner. Job gains in rapidly-improving industries will dissipate as they approach February levels. With pandemic-related uncertainty elevated, businesses will not be in a hurry to hire more workers. Other industries that have struggled to recover will continue to face challenges, at least until a vaccine is widely distributed. Indeed, the path of the labour market recovery will be closely tied to the evolution of the health crisis.

Uneven Employment Recovery Across Industries

  • Chart 2 reveals the marked contrast in recovery speeds across key industries. Of the 1.9 million jobs added since April, 1.2 million (or 61%) can be attributed to six industries alone: education, trade, health and social assistance, professional, scientific, and technical services, other services, and manufacturing. Each of these six industries recouped more than 70% of jobs lost through March and April. Conversely, all other industries have only recovered at most 60% of employment losses.
  • The educational services industry saw the strongest employment rebound over the past several months as school boards increased hiring ahead of the new school year. This took employment in the industry to 98% of its pre-pandemic level. The trade services industry also saw a solid bounce back in employment recently. Like educational services, almost 80% of lost trade service jobs were back by August. Within this industry, both retail and wholesale trade contributed to job gains. However, while retail trade employment remains below pre-pandemic levels, jobs in wholesale trade are now higher. Indeed, the wholesale trade industry has been among the biggest winners from consumers staying close to home (i.e. household furnishing, personal goods, and building materials and supplies). On the business side, a strong rebound in trade activity over the past few months has also benefitted Canadian wholesalers.

Chart 2 - Jobs Recovery Driven by Some Industries
  • In that vein, the only goods-producing industry to see above-average employment gains was manufacturing. By August, it had recovered 73% of the jobs lost during March and April as activity improved. The transportation equipment industry played an important role in the employment rebound as it was responsible for more than 50% of the increase in manufacturing sales from April to July (Chart 3). Many auto manufacturers shortened or entirely skipped their summer shutdowns this year which likely boosted employment in the overall manufacturing industry.

Chart 3 - Manufacturing Gains Driven by Transportation Equipment Sales
  • Compared to manufacturing, most other industries are seeing a more modest recovery in employment. A number of these are in “high touch” areas that have been hit hard by ongoing social distancing guidelines and weaker demand. For example, COVID-19 fears and rules on limited indoor seating has made a large dent in revenues for the accommodation and food services industry. As a result, businesses in this area of the economy will be in no rush to return employment to pre-pandemic levels especially in light of rising caseloads since late August.
  • The situation is similar in the information, culture and recreation, business, building and other support services as well as the transportation and warehousing industries. In the case of the latter, the drag on employment is from the transportation industry — particularly in public, air, and rail transportation — which has been hobbled by the pandemic. Warehousing, on the other hand, has experienced a steady rise in employment since the April dip (according to Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours data).
  • Notably, the only decline in employment since April was in the agriculture industry. This outcome was also probably caused by the pandemic. According to reports, a number of farms cancelled their seasonal worker programs, which could have played a role in reducing employment in this area of the economy.1
  • On aggregate, the labour market picture could have been worse if not for the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) program. CEWS incentivized employers to rehire or not lay off workers by providing employee wage subsidies for businesses whose revenues suffered because of the pandemic. Since it can boost hiring while also preventing firing, it is difficult to map CEWS into the Labour Force Survey employment data. Early estimates suggest, that even while costly, CEWS did indeed assist the employment rebound.2

Labour Market Recovery Will Likely Slow

Chart 4 - Weak Demand May Hold Back Employment Gains
  • Despite the unevenness, the labour market is recovering faster than what we had expected. Reopening economies and the resulting unleashing of pent-up demand led to a rapid increase in employment. But as demand is fulfilled, employment gains will slow especially as pandemic-related uncertainty still fills the air. Put another way, it took four months to recapture 2/3 of the losses, but the next third could take another year or even longer.
  • In the near term, consumers are likely to clutch their purses a little tighter due to the pandemic reflecting dissipating pent-up demand, the end of the loan deferral period and the gradual transition off emergency household benefits. This, along with recent evidence of more precautionary savings, implies a slowdown in revenue growth for household-oriented businesses. According to the Business Barometer survey conducted by the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses (CFIB), since March, around half of total survey respondents said that insufficient domestic demand was the main factor limiting their ability to increase sales or production (Chart 4). At the same time, the percentage of respondents that planned to increase employment in the next three to four months has trended lower over the past few months, pointing to a moderation in the labour market recovery.
  • In addition, CEWS, which has provided some support to the labour market rebound thus far, may offer less of a boost going forward. The program is slated to deliver lower base rate subsidies from September to its conclusion at the end of the year, which appears to be leading to a decline in its popularity. Moreover, in some industries, even a more generous subsidy than what currently exists is unlikely to keep businesses operating in the face of a near total revenue collapse.3
  • Indeed, the labour market recovery will continue to be uneven. Without a vaccine, businesses in struggling industries (i.e. food and accommodation services, transportation, recreation) will continue to face challenges, thereby weakening employment prospects in these areas. Conversely, industries less impacted by the virus, could see faster employment growth, but not as rapid as it was in the months directly following the lockdowns. Due to the jagged nature of the recovery, the industrial makeup of Canadian employment will likely have shifted when the labour market reaches pre-pandemic levels, which we foresee will be in late-2021.

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Concluding Remarks

Chart 5 - Lower Paying Industries Have Seen Slower Employment Recovery
  • The labour market has rebounded, recovering two-thirds of the jobs lost early in the pandemic. But the recovery has been uneven so far, with industries most impacted by the crisis still a long way from getting back to pre-pandemic levels.
  • Many of the industries challenged by the crisis are also lower paying ones (Chart 5). Some jobs will not come back in these industries, meaning workers may have to look for jobs in other areas of the economy. This search period will take time, prolonging the labour market recovery.
  • Fiscal programs will play a crucial role in supporting workers through this period. The Canadian Emergency Recovery Benefit (CERB) has done well to lift incomes by providing $500/week to unemployed individuals. While they provide less support ($400/week), the next phase of programs — expanded employment insurance and Canada Recovery Benefit (CRB) — will continue to supplement incomes over the next 26 weeks. This will be important for two reasons: one, income support ensures spending which in turn helps employment growth, and two, it promotes inclusive economic growth which is fundamental for the durability of the recovery.
  • Ultimately, however, the path of the labour market recovery will be closely tied to the evolution of the health crisis. A substantial increase in COVID-19 caseloads could see provincial governments re-impose social distancing guidelines that could weaken the pace of employment gains or worse, lead to another decline. It is also possible that a faster-than-expected vaccine shifts employment growth into a higher gear. Much is uncertain. What’s less ambiguous though, is that this next phase could be the bumpiest in the labour market’s road to recovery.

End Notes

  1. We do not have explicit data to confirm this as the Labour Force Survey does not ask respondents whether they are temporary foreign workers.
  2. Michael Smart, “Boos for CEWS”, Finances of the Nation, September 20, 2020.
  3. It is also possible that some businesses are using CEWS less because revenues have rebounded above pre-pandemic levels.
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