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The Wandering Village gets a big Ocean Update and you can win a key

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The Wandering Village is a wonderful city-builder where you're building on the back of a massive creature. Currently in Early Access, Stray Fawn Studio just released a big watery upgrade. With Native Linux support and a Steam Deck Verified status, it's an easy choice to recommend from my own time spent enjoying the idea.

With the Ocean Update out now it's added a whole new biome to wander through, building upgrades, new decorations, a hostility modifier system, new buildings, new events, new locations and much more. Check out the new trailer below:

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They have a lot more planned to add into the game including new biomes, improved villager AI and an improved happiness system, flying merchants to trade with, birds you can tame, more buildings, more events, more locations and the list goes on. Lots of good systems in place they can keep expanding on so I'm keen to see how much more they add in but it's already a really fantastic combination.

Want to win a key? The developer kindly gave two to give away. To enter just leave a comment to say why you wish to win a copy of this game. Giveaway closes 9PM BST, Monday - July 24th.

If you wish to grab it now it's also 25% off on Steam until July 27th.

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bezirg Jul 20, 2023
I wish to win because the game looks well made and comes with *native linux* support!
MekaDragon Jul 20, 2023
I'd really like to play this game, it looks amazing and unique. I want more developers to make this kind of games.
mblam101 Jul 20, 2023
Have been absolutely enthralled with this title since its release. I think the realm for sim builders can be pushed and this game brings that unique edge! Something about a civilization thriving on the back of a beast stirs up mythological themes.

Keep up the great work Liam!
Aeon Jul 20, 2023
I wish to win a copy of the game.
NavinRJohnson Jul 20, 2023
I'd like to win, it looks like it'd be fun on the deck.
ADHDefy Jul 20, 2023
I'd love to win a copy of this game, as it's one I've been wanting to play since I tried the pre-release demo during a Steam demo event. This is a melding of some of my favorite game genres and themes. With this new update, I'm especially excited to get into it.
goreckm Jul 20, 2023
Whoa, cool giveaway!

Would be awesome to win a copy. I played a demo, and was pretty neat. My favs are city builders, and this one definitely has a fun twist to it.
Klaas Jul 20, 2023
I want to win because I like both city builders and native games.
Pikolo Jul 20, 2023
A city builder about feeding a lizard? O course I'd love to win a key
portaloffreedom Jul 20, 2023
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I would like a copy of the game because it reminds me of Nausicaa and the valley of the wind.
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