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Try out some monster catching in Monster Sanctuary, now with an updated demo

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Currently in Early Access, Monster Sanctuary might not be finished by so far it's turned out a lot of fun. They're giving more people a chance to now try it, with an updated demo.

This demo update comes shortly after a big update to the full game, which included a whole new area to explore with Horizon Beach. A new story arc based around a treasure hunt, eight new monsters to collect (most of which water themed) along with new items and rare equipment. All sounds pretty great. You can also find the Monster Farm, a place to let all your creatures go out into the open and see them, which does look pretty sweet.

You can see a bunch of it in their recent livestream video below:

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As for the newly updated demo it now has 7 languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Italian and Chinese. Mouse support was added, a choice between a Male and Female character model, new items and equipment, a new monster and so on. It's an expanded introduction to the game, helping you decide if monster catching is for you.

You can pick up Monster Sanctuary from Humble Store and Steam with the demo.

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Nezchan 22 November 2019 at 4:06 pm UTC
Trying it out right now, and it's pretty fun. Might be interested in picking this one up.
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