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If you enjoyed A Short Hike keep an eye on the upcoming Haven Park

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Planned for release in June 2021, Haven Park from developer Fabien Weibel looks absolutely lovely and very much reminds me of the 2019 hit A Short Hike. Note: developer Fabien Weibel, previously released a few animations on YouTube that proved to be quite popular.

In Haven Park you will explore a tiny and peaceful open world. Meet and talk to the campers, find the resources required to build a cosy little camp and keep the campers happy. There's a number of side-quests to keep you busy and the whole place is pretty chilled-out.

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Some of what to expect from it includes:

  • An open world to freely explore
  • Many camping grounds to find and to set up
  • 10+ quests & sides quests
  • 30+ campers to meet and to talk to
  • Skills to unlock with experience points
  • 2-4 hours of game play
  • Full day/night cycles
  • Keyboard & gamepad support

We've already been sent over a key to our Steam Curator, so expect some thoughts around the release month in June.

You can follow Haven Park on Steam and itch.io.

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Lofty 6 Apr, 2021
QuoteIf you enjoyed A Short Hike keep an eye on the upcoming Haven Park

I very much did. Excellent little game.
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