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  1. I stumbled on this today. It came out of early access recently and it's utterly charming. A game where you control characters across generations of your family. Lovely graphics and audio. A beautiful life sim sandbox RPG from veterans of the Fable series. You’ve been given the Kynseed, a mystical acorn that grows into a family tree where your choices manifest in its branches. Raise a family, farm the land, run shops, and explore the world as its inhabitants age around you. When you die, step into the shoes of your children and continue your legacy. In this beautifully hand-crafted world an epic tale of adventure and ambitions will unravel around you as you discover the secrets of the land of Quill and its cast of memorable characters. Live your life in a quirky world where everyone ages and dies, including your pets! Take control of the mystical Kynseed and grow your family legacy over generations as you pass your skills and powers down to your children. Run a business such as a blacksmith, apothecary, or goods store. Go adventuring in dangerous regions and battle dark faery tale creatures. Farm your land to create the various ingredients that you'll come to rely on. Develop relationships with NPC’s who have their own lives and who will remember your deeds, actions, and pranks! Find proverbs to unlock the secrets of this mysterious dark faery tale world. Gather materials to create items, forge weapons or mix cures for a range of bizarre maladies. Buy strange artifacts from the mysterious Mr Fairweather - items which can aid your chores, help you in combat, or just let you mess with the world. But be warned of his life tax, for each item must be paid with years from your life! A world and story which aren't always sunshine and roses (just like real life!). In Kynseed, live your lives the way you choose in a lovingly handcrafted 2D open world. I'm only a few days in but it seems like it's going to be very fun. Perfect for the steam deck. https://store.steampowered.com/app/758870/Kynseed/
  2. So unlike my last try at a game like this (Nomad Survival) this one actually seems good. It's what you expect. Move around, autofire your weapons (Some directed with the right stick), earn stuff to level up permenant upgrades and unlocks. This time (At least on the first level) you have to summon five bosses and kill them. You have a dodge move (Also upgradeable). I just managed to beat the first level with the fire mage in under 20 minutes (For a cheevo). It's giving me similar dopamine hits that VS does but Nomad Survival didn't. There's shed loads of mobs on screen at once that you're cutting through. Still in early access but there seems to be plenty of content already. It also looks and feels great to play. Very smooth The music is quite good too Currently £8.99 on steam. Works fine on Deck https://store.steampowered.com/app/2066020/Soulstone_Survivors/
  3. G'day mates. Early access but very far along game here. It starts off a bit like Animal Crossing. You go to the outback to start a new life. You place down a tent, a base tent and get going. It's full 3d, has loads of crafting, farming, hunting and foraging as you build up a new town. It's a one man dev team and very very good. Works out of the box on Steamdeck with full controller support. I'm having a load of fun with it on my Steam Deck
  4. I got recommended this game a little while ago and I just started playing it and it seems a lot of fun. You play Sakuna. A harvest/combat goddess who gets banished to an Isle of Demons with a bunch of humans and told to sort their shit out. You do this buy growing rice to enhance your combat skills and exploring the various parts of the island and beating up demons. There's some crafting as well. I'm only a little way in but it's fully verified on Steamdeck. Also on switch. I think it might be on PS4 as well. It seems a very nice handheld game. The gameplay loop is split up into minding your crops, exploring/gathering items and then resting at night. At night the monster levels vastly increase so I suspect in the future I'll be finding some reason to go there. Has anyone else tried it?
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