Become god of a toy city on this cute upcoming sandbox game

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Childhood delusions of godhood will come to life with Wood & Weather, an upcoming sandbox god game about manipulating climate as you oversee a small wood toy city occupied by Notplaymobil figures. Someone needs espresso? Fetch them a espresso. Oh it is too sizzling for espresso? Turn on the rain. Oh, and in spite of everything you do, they throw the empty cup on the ground? Great, thanks, pretty, decide it up and bin it for them. Check out the lovable trailer under!

That’s pretty, that. The toy look could be very cute. I like your disembodied god hand (please do not confuse it along with your God Hand, not on this fragile little city) interacting with the world, and its little animations, and particularly when it walks amongst the individuals on two fingertips.

In this sandbox world, we’ll discover out what occurs to the city and its residents as we alter the climate, and do duties for individuals, and mess with individuals, and discover and gather issues, and play about. A toybox sandbox god game.

It’s made by Paper House, the Australian studio behind 2018’s Paperbark. That’s a fairly little playable picturebook a few wombat exploring the Australian bush after a fireplace. Wood & Weather’s music is by Dan Golding, who’s beforehand tunified Untitled Goose Game and the great Frog Detective games.

Wood & Weather is coming to Steam for Windows and Mac in “2050 (or ahead of you suppose)”. An thrilling 12 months for predictions of escalating apocalyptic circumstances amidst missed environmental targets, is 2050. The game would not help mice, thoughts, so you have to a controller. Still, you will have 27 years to purchase one for those who’re nonetheless holding out (I’d assume it will be out this 12 months or subsequent?)

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