Roots of Pacha is a crowdfunded Stone Age farming life adventure coming to Linux. A little like a prehistoric Stardew Valley and the latest walk-through trailer is looking wonderful. Funded on Kickstarter back in March 2021, developer Soda Den managed to pull in a sweet $355,388 so it was one of the more popular crowdfunding campaigns of this year.

The game is primarily a farming sim but there's no special shops here. Instead, you need to explore the stone age world and discover everything. You will also need to domesticate all your discoveries and improve them by making wild variants "more nutritious and valuable". You can so it all alone or in online co-op too.

During the Gamescom 2021 event, the team showed off a new trailer with fresh footage and gave some commentary on the game. Check it out:

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The game is planned to be supported on Linux although the developer has been clear that the Linux, macOS and console versions will release "soon after launch".

You can follow Roots of Pacha on Steam.

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Koopacabras 28 Aug, 2021
nice seeing an Argentinian studio doing Linux, hope it's a great success.
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