“Summer in Mara” A Tropical Adventure Game Needs Support on Kickstarter!
Summer in Mara, the new game by Chibig Studio, has launched a Kickstarter campaign. Set in a tropical archipelago, Summer in Mara has been described as a summer adventure about taking care of your own island, farming your land and crafting new tools. You can also sail away to explore the ocean!
I don’t know about you, but judging by the trailer, Summer in Mara seems like an indie game I will enjoy playing. The cute designs and bright colors featured in the art style make everything look very appealing.
Do visit the Kickstarter campaign. The goal is to raise $22,864.
Here’s the official description:
Koa lives by her own in the home island. Mara, the ocean that brings us life, has always called her. Now, with her boat, she can explore this ocean and discover new islands.
With new islands come, new people, ready to meet you and trade with you. Befriend them is very important since it will make Mara a better place. Because the ocean is in danger. An evil corporation called Elit wants to conquer and exploit Mara’s resources.
Koa needs your help to finish Mara’s story.
According to the press release, for €16 (around $18), you can get the digital version of the game for PC, PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch.
Other perks for backers include:
- An artbook with all the concepts, illustrations, and work from the game’s artists.
- The OST by Paco Mitos and Adrián Berenguer.
- A diorama of Mara beaches.
- A soft and cute Summer in Mara plushie.
- A tropical ukulele.
For the developers, Summer in Mara is a mixture of all the things “they love: the exploration in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, the farming in Stardew Valley, the visual aspect of Studio Ghibli’s movies and the adventure feeling of your childhood summers.”
Summer in Mara will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in summer 2019.
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Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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