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Farming simulator fans have some good news to enjoy — the long-awaited farming and creature collecting game Ooblets has entered early access.
The game, which is inspired by titles like Stardew Valley and the Pokemon franchise, has been in development since 2016. It includes a cute art style and competitive dance-offs.
With the 15 July early access launch, the game is now available on the Epic Games Store for PC and on the Microsoft Store for Xbox One.
Our small studio's first game is releasing tomorrow after four years of development. It's been a long road with a lot of ups and downs, but we're really excited to have people start playing.
💖 to all the folks who have supported us through this journey pic.twitter.com/2BvSrCxKi7
— Ooblets (@ooblets) July 14, 2020
In the game, players grow crops on their farm, collect creatures, and decorate their homes. You can also interact with town folk in your mission to save the town.
The game will also feature daily challenges and badges.
Due to its early access nature, the game will likely have bugs and room for improvement.
However, it features a 20% launch price discount to encourage people to buy the title.
You can buy Ooblets on the Epic Games Store for $8.79 or on the Microsoft Store for Xbox One for R335.20.
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Feature image: Ooblets