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I'm all for playing more life-sims but they're all just a bit too cute aren't they? Brocula looks like it's going to be the opposite, with you being a Vampire.

All the usual suspects are here like tending to your crops, building up your farm, selling your wares for a profit and going fishing. But there's a dark side to it. You'll also be managing a cult, restoring a church to gather people for the all important blood you crave. There's also an ever-changing forest to explore with strange creatures and treasures to find.

You can see some brief footage in the demo trailer below:

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A much longer look the developer posted up a few days ago:

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It's set for release on February 1st, 2024 but there's a demo available on the Steam page. The demo has a Linux version too, built with Unity. Looks like the developer is going for full Steam Deck support with it mentioned in the Steam page system requirements.

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2 comments

cbones Dec 18, 2023
The native demo package doesn't appear to be linked properly because the download is 0 bytes
Purple Library Guy Dec 18, 2023
In that first demo, why does the guy end up running around in tiny circles while a cat meows?
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