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The Wandering Village launches with Linux support on September 14th

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Ready for a different kind of city builder? The Wandering Village is coming into Early Access on September 14th. Developed by Stray Fawn Studio the same team that made Nimbatus - The Space Drone Constructor, Retimed and Niche - a genetics survival game.

What makes it unique? You're building on the back of a massive wandering creature. It combines together city building with resource management, plus there's some rogue-like and survival elements too. You need to forge some sort of bond with this creature too, you're freeloading on its back after all. From farming crops and gathering rare resources, to scouting the environment and expanding their settlement, you must maintain the creature's health while balancing the needs of your villagers if you're all to survive.

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Game Features:

  • Build a unique village on the back of a giant creature known as Onbu.
  • Farm various crops to feed your villagers.
  • Send out foraging missions to gather rare resources.
  • Survive a variety of different biomes and events.
  • Build a relationship with a giant beast and influence its actions.
  • Research and construct a variety of different buildings.
  • Ecology/Biology inspired gameplay.
  • Unique art style with a blend of 3D and hand-drawn, hand-animated 2D graphics.

Stray Fawn Studio sent over a key, so I'll be taking a look!

You can follow it on Steam.

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dpanter 6 Sep, 2022
That's a lovely weird art style!
Philadelphus 6 Sep, 2022
Quite enjoyed the demo, so I'm looking forward to this. The demo felt pretty good, just like it could use some polishing (and some sort of end goal), so hopefully they've implemented that in the interim.
ronnoc 9 Sep, 2022
OK this looks like a unique and fresh take on the genre. Color me interested!
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