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A mixture of point & click, time-management and a visual-novel all blended together is what you get with Nora: The Wannabe Alchemist. It just entered Early Access from developer Error 300, a nice casual game for those of you who want something a bit slower to relax with.

"Witchcraft school dropout Nora has two great ambitions. One: Dust her cottage without breaking any potion bottles. Two: Become a great alchemist!

This vibrantly illustrated point-and-click game pits klutziness against good intentions – a ticking clock against wilting houseplants. Move into Nora’s cozy-but-cluttered witch’s cottage, brew more than 50 powerful potions and achieve domestic bliss in this truly magical visual novel / time management hybrid."

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Game Features:

  • Brew a number of unique potions.
  • Build your inventory and sell to clients.
  • Harvest alchemical plants – before they wilt, that is!
  • Redecorate your cottage.
  • Upgrade your abilities and unlock new recipes.
  • Grow, buy, and collect 20+ unique ingredients!

About the release, the developer said: "I have something to confess. I actually like time management games. A lot. As long as they have a sensible story, decent UI and nice graphics, I’m all in. So that’s what we’ve done with the release of Nora: The Wannabe Alchemist on Steam Early Access: getting all the basics right for that perfect, casual, cozy buzz accompanied by your favorite warm beverage."

Available on Steam.

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