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Deiland - RPG, sandbox and adventures on a little planet

Updated a year ago
Game
In development
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Platform(s)
Mac; Windows; PlayStation 4
Deiland is an adventure and RPG game with some special sandbox mechanics farming, crafting, building, combat and more on PC and PlayStation 4!

Deiland is an experience for a single player which seeks to surprise players with every detail. It is a calm game, with a carefully crafted visual aspect and an interesting narrative.

A long time ago, when the universe was young, children were sent to Minor Planets. Their mission was to awaken the magic of the Crystals kept within the planet's interior.
This is the story of Arco, the youngest of these children who lives on the smallest planet, Deiland. The tiniest of them all.

The game is inspired by great titles like Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, Stardew Valley or Harvest Moon. It also has a special connection with the novella "The Little Prince" that takes the iconic image of a lonely child inhabiting a small world.

Of course, looking after a planet is a lot of hard work, no matter how small that planet may be.
Deiland is a small living world, where everything evolves according to the actions taken by the player. There are many species of trees, plants, crops and flowers that will make our planet a unique and special place.
In addition to the day/night cycle, natural effects occasionally occur that the player must learn to take advantage of: meteor showers, storms, shooting stars, auroral borealis or hurricane winds.
We can also make small constructions that will make our lives easier: bonfires to warm ourselves and illuminate some areas, wells to store rainwater, fencing to protect crops, etc. Little by little we will develop our skill as a builder and extend our cabin, with a workshop, a kitchen and a laboratory.
Deiland is our home, and living on this small planet will be a unique experience for every player.

Chibig
Company - Owner
5
Game Languages
English; Spanish; Catalan
Supported Platforms
Mac; Windows; PlayStation 4
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