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Cute lifestyle farming-sim Everafter Falls releases June 20th

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Coming with Native Linux and Steam Deck support, the cute lifestyle farming-sim Everafter Falls is confirmed to now be releasing on June 20th. The developer previously announced it in a Kickstarter update, noting Steam will have the Linux and macOS versions, but it seems the GOG release will only have the Windows version.

Sounds like quite a unique take story-wise on the casual farming-sim, with you waking up to discover your previous life was nothing but a simulation. Oh my. It's Everafter Falls! Things are peaceful here. There's nothing to worry about... right? There's probably nothing weird about this place.

Check out the original trailer:

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Game Features:

  • Lifestyle Farming Sim: Farm, fish, and forage a huge collection of items to make the most efficient yet cozy farm.
  • Uncover the Mystery: Help your new friends with their extremely important small-town drama through quests and conversation.
  • Enlist Your Friends' Aid: Tackle your farm's toughest challenges with a friend in split-screen co-op!
  • Delve through Dungeons: Four different dungeons will test your agility, strength and cunning as you fight your way to dangerous bosses!
  • Become an Expert: Equip helpful little drones to help automate your farm keeping things running even when you're down in the dungeons.

You can follow / wishlist it on Steam.

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