Roots of Pacha: a prehistoric life/farm simulator

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    Hello!

    Let me introduce to you Roots of Pacha (developed by Soda Den) - a life/farm simulator in a prehistoric setting. This game is intended to give the players the unique experience: here you will rule and develop the primal tribe, leading it toward civilization.

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    From the dark days of wandering through deadly forests the tribe will went to much more comfortable living conditions after you'll teach them how to chop trees, grow vegetables and domesticate wild animals.

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    The key point is evolution: you have to constantly improve the life conditions of your people making them more and more safe and happy. The game supports multiplayer, so you will have an opportunity to invite your friends and survive together.

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    What do you think about the style and graphics quality?

    Any questions are welcome.
     
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    So, you are a leader of a small primal tribe and your obligation is to take care of your people, feed them, protect them and lead them to glory and civilization. Expanding your influence over the world, you will discover many wonderful ways of community development. Of course, you need a map for distant travels into the new lands. And you will have such an option in Roots of Pacha: a mini-map mode will help you to observe the territory you own.

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    Development team humbly asks you to rate the graphic design. Also there’s a question, does the mini-map look comfortable?
     
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    The more animals you domesticate while traveling through the primal wilderness of the game Roots of Pacha, the more useful options you have to grow and develop your tribe. For instance - this horned buddy not only will provide you with the wool to make cloth - he also can help in distant travels as you can see on the attached gif. Come on, join the joyride!

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    How would you rate the goat animation?
     
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    One of the most interesting features in Roots of Pacha is a possibility to establish the romantic relationships with some of the NPCs. There are 43 NPCs that will be included in the game and 8 of them are available for relationships. On of these romance-able Roots of Pacha inhabitants is Frer, the fisherman. We're excited to present him to you.

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    The concept art was created by artist Boris Torrandell. And this is how Frer looks in the game itself:

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    What are your thoughts about the character?

    There's only 9 days left till Roots of Pacha crowdfunding campaign will be launched on Kickstarter.
     
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    Roots of Pacha is 900% funded on Kickstarter - but the development continues. Now we can add an option "Loyal friends". The players will be able to choose if they want their pets to follow them. While out and about, pets will point to things you can gather and to plants ready to harvest. There'll also be toys to play with them.

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    What pet would you like to have in Roots of Pacha? Let us know in the comments!
     

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