Sunvale - Awe-Inspiring Upcoming Farming SIM - myPotatoGames

Sunvale – Awe-Inspiring Upcoming Farming SIM

About Sunvale…

In our never ending quest to get you the scoop on the cute games we love (or are soon to love), we have discovered a new gem that we would like to share! Sunvale is described by the developer, Martin Klocker, as being in the same league as our other beloved farming favorites (Animal Crossing, Harvest Moon, Terraria), but with new and unique features to enrich and expand on this rising genre.

With what we were able to find from the sources available, we can tell that adorable title will be an exciting addition to the Farming SIM world. With lots of accessories for both home and character, the attractive art style truly makes the game stand out among its brethren. Also, the ability to place cosmetic items in your home without the burden of grid system is a major bonus in the eyes of this free-spirited gamer!

Looking forward!

With these cool features, and countless more to come, we will be sure to keep an eye Sunvale. It is currently in development for PC, but there is mention of other platforms in the future. For more information on Sunvale, feel free to pop over to their dev page, or check them out on Discord, Facebook and Twitter. If you would like to become a supporter of Sunvale, they also have a Patreon.

Images from Sunvale…



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    1. @totorori I went looking at their dev page. Seem that when they went to Patreon in January they stopped using the dev page, and moved it all over there.

      Looks like their Twitter has been fairly active, but almost everything is just still images and a few showing animation.

      As for actual gameplay footage, the closest I’ve seen was from Jan 2018 and going back into 2017.

      I don’t know if that means that they are mostly developing art assets and not actual story, script, and gameplay yet. Or that they just aren’t showing that work. The complete lack of it means that so far it looks like a lot of art, not a game.

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