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Spiritfarer – PAX West 2019

Just think if you took Oxenfree, added dead animals, and put it in a cozy environment. Spiritfarer is a beautiful management game about dying. Developed and published by Thunder Lotus Games, this title comes at us at PAX West this year and we had the opportunity to check it out for ourselves.

Spiritfarer has you follow a ferry master named Stella as she builds a boat to explore this world and befriend many people. As she finds new people, she helps them fulfill anything they might not have had the chance to do while they were living. She cares for them and builds them a little house on her boat and once they are ready and content with themselves, Stella then ferries them to the afterlife. You can farm, fish, mine, harvest, cook, and craft your way across magical waters. Grab a friend and play locally with you and your companion kitty as well.

Spend your time relaxing on the docks or hanging out with the passengers of your boat and create lasting memories with all of your spirit companions. With over 30 hours of gameplay for main completion and hundreds more after, experience moving and emotional stories and memories. If you want a relaxing and memorable time, Spiritfarer is the game for you. Releasing in 2020, Check out our gameplay on our youtube channel below and let us know what you think!

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