Town-Life RPG Staxel Focuses On Letting You Chill With Friends

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Staxel is a town-life RPG with farming elements for PC that should be coming out in 2016. Think of it like Harvest Moon with voxels and a first-person perspective.


One of the main focuses of Staxel is achieving a “relaxing, laid back feel.” It also has multiplayer so you can chill out with friends as you build a farm, grow crops and flowers, create an endless garden, meet the people in your village, and explore the world around you together.


Speaking of the world, it’s procedurally generated and each biome is said to have its own flowers, collectible bugs, crops, items, recipes and other treasures to find. There will also be dungeons that hold rare treasures and crafting recipes. There’s no confirmation on enemies to defeat in them, however, only obstacles to overcome and puzzles: “Will you need to grow a rare flower as a key to open a door? Or find the right path through a sensitive floor trap?”


There will also be crafting (of course there will be) to get used to as you build out the world. And there will also be animals to collect such as bugs, fish, and bigger creatures too.

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You can vote for Staxel on Steam Greenlight and find out more about it on its website.

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Chris Priestman
Former Siliconera staff writer and fan of both games made in Japan and indie games.