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Create worlds for others to explore in creature capturing RPG Portal Fantasy

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I adore creature collecting games and Portal Fantasy looks and sounds like it could be quite an interesting spin on the genre, with you creating worlds for people to explore. We've had a few pretty great entries into the genre in recent years like Cassette Beasts, Monster Sanctuary, Coromon and others and it's awesome to see more coming.

Their trailer is pretty fun to watch too, really got me excited to try it out:

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  • Embark on an unforgettable journey as a Hero in our immersive Story Campaign. Journey across vast lands, mingle with its intriguing denizens, crack enigmatic quests, and amass your mighty Porble squad. The Pyli Kingdom needs you!
  • Enter the strategic world of turn-based battles! Unlock Wilderness areas to battle and collect Porbles from 6 different elements with over 50 skills and 60 passive abilities. Conquer Baddies, fuse potent ingredients, and transform your Porbles into ultimate powerhouses. The battle is on!
  • Become the ultimate games master as an Architect. Combine hundreds of tiles, NPCs, traps and cosmetics with our dynamic map editor to unleash a world of infinite possibilities. Design, challenge, trap and revel as adventurers brave your world!
  • Team up with friends or forge fresh alliances! Dive into dynamic co-op quests, brace for heart-pounding PvP duels, and chat and cheer as players navigate your Architect masterpieces.

There's a demo available on the Steam page. It will have Native Linux support. Straight to the top of my wishlist it goes!

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anewson Nov 28, 2023
I do enjoy that Battleblock Theater narrator
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