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Sweet town-building RPG 'Littlewood' delayed a little, progress sounds good

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Littlewood from developer Sean Young was a huge success on Kickstarter recently, with regular updates progress does seem good but it's going to see a short delay.

To get the sad news out of the way first, the developer said in the most recent Kickstarter update that the Steam Early Access launch date has been pushed back to "the end of May/Early June". No clear reason was actually given for the delay but even so it all sounds quite positive.

If you've not seen it before, the original trailer is below:

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Going over what the developer has been posting over the last few months, the amount of features being added to the game is a little nuts. All sorts of animals have been added in like chickens, cows, pigs, sheep and more. Additionally, you will also now be able to upgrade buildings, which gives you access to more functions with them.

They've also been working on improving performance, a seasonal event system and the beginnings of the card-based battle system it's going to have. Sounds like it's going to be a pretty big game once it's finished, exciting to follow it along!

You can wishlist and follow it on Steam here.

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