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Cute open world pirate adventure Seablip is out now on Steam

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Available now in Early Access is Seablip, an open world pirate adventure with a cute style to it from solo developer Jardar Solli and it comes with Native Linux support. I completely missed the Kickstarter for this one from 2020 where the developer pulled in around £13,603.

Roam the high seas in a vibrant open world containing a series of islands to discover and enemies to defeat. Drawing inspiration from titles such as Faster Than Light and Sid Meier’s Pirates!, Seablip offers the freedom to explore, build and even fish!

Check out the launch trailer:

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From the developer:

Ahoy, everyone! I want to thank all the followers who have supported my journey from the start. From the day I didn't know how to code, to this day when I released my first game.

5 years ago I was unhappy with my life, nothing big and dramatic, but there was a tiny voice inside that was displeased. Playing games has always been my joy so I started to learn to code and slowly Seablip became my dream project.

This journey from 5 years ago to this day has been like a rollercoaster, but I got backed up and supported by an incredible group of followers. I could not make it without you!

The best way to play currently is mouse and keyboard, but they are looking for feedback on how they can improve controller support. That would be good, as it looks like a great game to play on Steam Deck so hopefully they get that properly sorted.

Check it out on the Steam page.

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For some reason, it reminds me of terreria. I wishlisted it.
This looks quite a bit like Pixel Piracy (which the developer did quite a bit of work on last year and is working Pixel Piracy online now).

It looks a little bit more refined though. I am always open to a new pirate game. Aaaargh me matey.
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