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Available now for PS4 and PC, Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles comes from Brisbane studio Prideful Sloth. And is the sort of experience that immediately draws you in. Part open-world adventure without combat, part build-your-own farm survival game, it all comes together with wonderful visuals and a true sense of discovery.

We've only managed to start farming in the first area of the game, but already we're impressed with how it blends traditional adventure mechanics with those of sims. And games like Harvest Moon.

Set on an island paradise plagued by a mysterious dark force, Yonder tells the story of a young adventurer returning to a home they never knew. After washing ashore, the hero befriends the locals and encounters magical sprites capable of dispelling the Murk corrupting the realm.

Throughout their quest to save Gemea, players will farm, craft, cook, brew and fish across eight distinct biomes that range from snow-capped peaks to radiant, sandy beaches. In addition to featuring seasonal changes and dynamic day/night cycles, these habitats are teeming with a multitude of adorable creatures to discover, domesticate and dote over back at the farm.

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is currently 20% off on Steam, and also available digitally via the PlayStation Store.

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