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APICO is a wonderful little gem about keeping the bees safe, and they just launched a massive 2.0 update with more planned to come. In their announcement, they said that while the 1.0 release was a "finished game" there's still plenty they want to add. This 2.0 update is part of a series of updates planned, as they want to go Terraria and Minecraft style with content upgrades.

Some of what's new includes:

  • New NPCs! Meet new friends Codey & Sto, research partners from the Mainland.
  • Butterflies! Beeautiful flapping friends to find and discover.
  • Solitary Bees! Bees that don’t work in hives but live alone.
  • New Flowers! More fancy flowers, each with their own new effects on the environment.
  • More books! We know you love reading, otherwise why are you playing APICO?
  • Improved Dialogue System! Now you won’t miss all the wonderful writing Jamie has done, plus some new dialogue!
  • Incense! Finally you can make candles, plus your own incense through the magic of Alchemy!
  • More Music! The wonderful bee-sides by Mothense have been added.
  • More decoration! Lots more decoration items, tiles, walls and more!
  • More achievements! 16 more delicious achievements to get hold of!
  • Lots of bug fixes.

You can buy it from Humble Store, and Steam.

This is a great casual game for when you want to slow down a bit. Original trailer below if you've not seen it:

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