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What if you took a bit of Stardew Valley but you're a Vampire rudely awoken from a deep 500 year nap and now you have to deal with capitalism? That's your problem in Brocula. Out now with Native Linux support, it looks like a game you'll want to sink your teeth in deep.

So not only do you have to deal with part-time jobs for money, you also need to repair and build up your ancestral castle that's been left to ruins. You get a farming loop as you tend to crops and a little fishing, then you also need to manage your own little cult too (you are a Vampire after all). 

Get an extended look at some gameplay below:

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scaine May 9
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Quoteit looks like a game you'll want to sink your teeth in deep
Never change, Liam. Never change.
Nezchan May 9
It looks interesting, but the sound effects seem awfully harsh to my ears. I can't help but feel like the running sound and NPC "voices" would annoy me greatly after a while.

Maybe not even that long a while.
Quoting: NezchanIt looks interesting, but the sound effects seem awfully harsh to my ears. I can't help but feel like the running sound and NPC "voices" would annoy me greatly after a while.

Maybe not even that long a while.
Don't most games have volume options on that kind of stuff?
Nezchan May 9
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Quoting: NezchanIt looks interesting, but the sound effects seem awfully harsh to my ears. I can't help but feel like the running sound and NPC "voices" would annoy me greatly after a while.

Maybe not even that long a while.
Don't most games have volume options on that kind of stuff?

It's not the volume, it's the repetition of the same, harsh sounds. I don't think playing the game with sound turned off is a good solution for that.
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