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Tame wild jellies in Alchemic Cutie when it releases on November 12

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Ready for your next super-sweet casual adventure? Alchemic Cutie is set to finally see a Steam release with native Linux support on November 12.

Alchemic Cutie is a wholesome relaxing RPG set on colourful Wimba Island. While taming wild jellies, you’ll meet villagers, enter jelly competitions and uncover the secrets of the island. With a style a bit like Stardew Valley and a setting that looks just as lovely, it's got plenty for you to do. The jelly raising system sounds like a lot of fun with each being given unique stats, plus there's over four thousand visual styles for them. You get to tame, breed and raise whatever you want.

It ended up releasing first on Xbox, the trailer of which you can see below:

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With the use of your flute and a bit of alchemy, you’ll gain the ability to create unique items with powerful effects. Or even morph different special items into something rare and powerful. With your proudly raised Jellies, take part in thrilling competitions against other villagers for the chance of winning medals.

Game Features:

  • A whole island ready to explore that changes with the seasons
  • Over 4000 possible Jellies with lots of items to find and quests to do
  • Befriend a village of cute, odd, and wholesome characters
  • Engaging Jelly raising and alchemy systems for you to master
  • Fun jelly competitions to win medals
  • Modding support
  • Jelly sharing via special codes

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