Are you looking for a peaceful easy feeling in your life? You might just find that experience in Forestopia, a new mobile game from developer Gravity Games Arise and the sequel to the popular Desertopia. Forestopia allows the players to raise animals and cultivate crops in a relaxing environment far from the troubles of real life.
Desertopia has won multiple awards from such prestigious festivals as the Tokyo Game Show, Kyoto BitSummit, and IMGA Global. The title also boasts the honor of being featured as part of the app store’s Earth Day celebration for 3 consecutive years. Forestopia builds on its prequel with a brand-new world to explore, an updated user interface, and other mechanical improvements.
Players awaken in Forestopia to find themselves on a mostly empty island, with their only companions being a Yeti and a robot. Additionally, there’s a lab where they can conduct their work. In the Lab, you can create new animals. New animal friends will flock to your terrariums. Eventually, these animals can be set free to roam the island. Gamers will also gather resources to expand their island. With these in hand, you can begin to unravel the mysteries of the island and the yeti who live there. Fans can pre-register for Forestopia now in the Google Play store. Doing so will net you the Shibainu item once the game launches in the near future.
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