With a Kickstarter funding campaign days away from launch and the game’s Steam page now live (so you can add the game to your wishlist right now!), I thought it was a great time to check out the very promising Roots of Pacha, which is being developed by sibling team Soda Den – and published by Crytivo.
A life and farming simulation game set in the stone age, Roots of Pacha looks to set itself apart from its peers by offering co-operative play, so you can experience the wonder of life in the game’s ancient wilderness with your friends. You’ll be able to discover and cultivate vegetables and herbs, befriend animals, go fishing and even undertake mining in order to discover new crafting materials. You’ll grow your village and fill it with people who can assist to keep your community thriving, make food, learn metalworking and even create pottery or art.
Customisation options promise to be extensive too, with a wide range of cosmetics available to make everything in your village – as well as your character – uniquely yours. The colourful pixel art aesthetic adds a lovely visual appeal too; it looks like Roots of Pacha is going to be a wonderfully absorbing experience.
Best of all, your friends can help you along the way – the game was built with full multiplayer support in mind. You’ll be able to fish or ride animals competitively as well as alone!
The Kickstarter campaign launches on the 23rd of February and you can keep up to date with the launch and developments of the campaign by clicking here.
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