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Shotgun Farmers has a 'Very Berry' update with a new 'Strawbowry' weapon

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Continuing to be possibly the most unique first-person shooter on Steam in terms of weaponry, Shotgun Farmers has a pretty fun new update out.

In Shotgun Farmers, all the weapons are inspired by fruit and vegetables. Not just inspired in the name and style, if your bullets miss your enemy and hit the ground they grow a new weapon right there. It's amusing! A very sweet game that continues getting better, it really deserves more attention.

Added recently in the 'Very Berry' update is the Strawbowry. With reasonably long range to take down enemies, plus it can heal allies. To help you get used to it, a new limited-time mode 'Strawbowry Fields' was added with everyone starting with it.

New cosmetics were added too with the Holy Grain costume and Halo hat, which you can get by repeatedly taking down enemies with the Strawbowry. The Strawbowry and the WatermeLMG also got new achievements added, the Horde Mode was updated to add in the new weapon and notify players when new weapons unlock, online lobbies now have random names forced and a search bar to prevent name abuse and help you find friends plus assorted bug fixes.

Thankfully, since we ran an event in the game previously some of the bugs we encountered have been fixed after reporting them. Text chat was an issue, where it kept selecting your text and deleting it which has been solved. The developer has also confirmed they're looking into some other suggestions like bigger game modes and the ability to pick specific game modes rather than one or random.

You can hop on over to Humble Store and Steam for a copy.

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