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About the game:
FoxTail is a classic point-and-click quest. Drawing inspiration from the old pixel adventure games of the middle 90's, we create an atmospheric and spectacular world without using sophisticated modern technologies.
FoxTail is about a cute, young fox named Leah who goes on a journey to find a cure for her grandmother. Along her life changing trip she explores forests, swamps and caves, gets acquainted with various creatures and helps them in their needs.
She also reveals the secrets of her grandfather's mystical past...
We will hold off on an actual review for when it's finished, but after giving it a run I was pretty happy by it. It has a really nice and calming atmosphere with some charming music. What's most surprising is the artwork and animations, it's beautiful and smooth and the character animations are simply wonderful.
I think I'm going to enjoy this, but it's one to really play through when it's finished I think. The problem is the developer doesn't make it clear how much of the game is actually in there, especially on Steam as their Early Access explanation section is just a poem, while sweet it's quite unhelpful. They did post on their GOG forum that only the first chapter is currently available—something they need to make clear on the actual store pages.