One of my favorite indie games, Village Monsters, has been making leaps and bounds in production.
I absolutely love Village Monsters! Not too long ago, I even got the chance to sit down with the developer, Josh Bossie, to get the inside scoop on what Village Monsters is all about. So in case you missed it, you can find everything you need to know about the basics right there.
Since then, there has been a lot going on in the world of Village Monsters. The biggest probably being that there is a new demo now available, so we all get to check out the updates to Village Monsters for ourselves. As for what changes have come recently…there are plenty.
Village Monsters Update
One of my favorite new additions in the Village Monsters update is the inclusion of taming creatures. You can get your own critter to follow you, and share all the joy and tribulations on your journey with a little partner.
There is also now a jobs board to help keep you busy in between primary goals. You will use the board to help you get closer with some of the monsters around town. Complete a little mini game (or job) for a character, and they will grow to like you that much more.
Some of the changes made the game a bit more aesthetically pleasing. Lots of adjustments to lighting have made the game easier on the eyes. Changes to the music and sound effects have also given the game a more soothing feel.
Village Monsters Trailer
For more in-depth information on all the changes coming to Village Monsters, be sure to check out the official Village Monsters website. You can also follow the developer on Twitter to stay up-to-date on Village Monsters.