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Among Trees Buy From Steam 🙂 – Explore a living, colorful world, ranging from dense forests to dark caves. BUILD Your cabin grows with you: build new rooms to unlock additional game mechanics, including cooking, gardening, crafting and sewing. GROW Nurture delicate (and delicious) plants in your greenhouse. Eat them raw or make a stew for better nutritional values. SURVIVE Dangerous animals roam some areas in the woods. Better keep a distance if you can. (Among Trees also includes a ZEN mode without dangerous animals) BEST FRIENDS FOREVERWhile the wilderness can be dangerous, it doesn’t mean you can’t make new friends. Adopt a Fox Pet who you can feed, pet, and train to help you find loot. Despite all of the negative reviews, the artstyle and comfy looking gameplay made me purchase it, thinking that I could look past all the shortcomings aslong as it was beautiful and immersive. And it does live up to those things, in parts. The cabin itself and certain areas look straight out of a wallpaper and can give you a real sense of secluded comfiness in the woods. But the vast majority of the game doesn’t feel much like a forest, there’s too many flat plains and the trees are too skinny and far between to really feel like they’re towering over you. So even buying this game purely for aesthetic reasons can dissapoint you.Among Trees ?️
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On a technical level it doesn’t run the smoothest, and if you’re like me and can’t accept a less than 90 fps experience you’ll have to either have a very high-end PC or partially sacrifice previously mentioned only redeeming quality: the visuals. Luckily there’s plenty of graphical settings but it does lack some for gameplay. As an example there’s a constant heavy view-bobbing as you move around that can be uncomfortable depending on how tolerant you are of it and it cannot be turned off or even lowered. The biggest downfall of the game is the gameplay itself, it’s incredibly grindy and sadly not in a satisfying way, even the rewards don’t justify the time spent just walking around searching for what you need. After the first few upgrades, the game will start to demand more niche materials that you can only find in certain places. Everything in this game is spread out so thin in order to waste your time and prolong its content. Perhaps this would be okay if there was more stuff to do and craft while working towards these bigger goals, but there isn’t. You’ll spend the whole game running out far into the wilderness, gathering the specific materials you need (with limited bagspace) and then making the long trek back home, only to then click on your bed to sleep, so after a brief loading screen you can do it again, and again, and again. The disappointment of Among Trees is only so high because it’s easy to see the masterpiece this game could be. It has so much potential in the hands of a team that is willing to work on it, sadly the current devs are not and so I would not recommend this game to anyone.
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It’s a decent little survival game if you like survival mechanics but prefer a more relaxing experience. Even on the “normal” difficulty, food is pretty easy to forage, and before long you will have more food stocked than you are even capable of eating. Some things in the game feel very unbalanced. For example, you can find seeds for your green house, but seed packets only have a stack size of 1 even though much larger and cumbersome objects like planks of wood have a stack size of 10. Doesn’t make a lot of sense. Then you can plant these seeds in your greenhouse, but they will die unless you water them. To water them, you must craft the watering can, then you must walk aaaaallll the way to a lake or river to fill it and come back and water your plants. The plants that you can grow are the same plants you can find just growing outside. It’s a ton of storage space and work just to get stuff you can find on the ground quite easily. Once you unlock all the rooms in your house, and a handful of equipment upgrades (better clothes, better backpack, etc), there really isn’t much left to do. You can continue exploring as a sort of cartographer and uncover the entire map, but there really isn’t much out there to find besides more of what you’ve already seen. It’s a beautiful game with great atmosphere, but you will exhaust the content pretty quickly. I felt like I had pretty much seen it all after about 10 hours. Still a better game than The Long Dark, where survival depends on finding specific things by random chance in less than a day or you die. ✨ Buy From Official Steam Website
- OS: Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
- Processor: Intel Core i5-2400 or AMD FX-6300 or equivalent
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or AMD R9 270
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 3 GB available space
- Additional Notes: Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system