Coral Island is a brand new Farming Simulator game that going to change the Farming sim genre. It’s changing up the classic farming sim mechanics with new never before seen features to revolutionize the Farming simulator genre.. Fans of the farming genre are at the edge of their seats for early access.
But before you hastily press the buy button, it’s better to know what exactly what you’re getting your wallet into. Here are 10 things you just absolutely need to know before buying the new farming game.
10 Things You Need to Know Before You Buy
Coral Island is everything you ever wanted from a Farming simulator. You’re able to build the farm of your dreams using various usable farming tools. You can also raise pets, talk with the townspeople and maybe even marry soon.
Unlike other farm games, Coral Island takes place on a Tropical landscape beside a rich ocean and tropical wildlife.
There are as many as 75 crops to choose from. These range from exotic plants to familiar reliable plants that we can farm for profit
Chicken cows, horses, Pigs, and more.
As many as 70 NPCs are in the community. Additionally, you can participate in many community projects and festivals.
You can even contribute to the town’s museum!
You read that right. Kids grow in age progressively throughout the game. Just like real life.
This applies to both your kids and other kids of the NPCs.
The game has an upgradable skill tree that allows you to upgrade your skills progressively.
The early access release of Coral Island will be on October 11, 2022, at 4:00 pm EST. Additionally, devs have estimated that the game will be available for just under 25 dollars.
For the foreseeable future, the full release will be in 1 year. We will just have to make do with the early release for now.
The controller fans need to know about this. The game won’t support the controller as of now. This might change as early access improves.
Duelyst 2 Review
A complete look at Duelyst 2! Is it worth it?
Duelyst II is a digital collectible card game and turn-based strategy game that Counterplay Games initially published. The game revolves around fighting on a 5×9 battlefield and beating the opposing generals. Generals will start the game with a maximum of 25 health points and will begin with two attack power. Per turn, generals can use cards to summon minions, use spells, and equip artifacts.
These cards cost mana core, and the mana bar will be refreshed at the beginning of each turn. Also, players can gain up to a maximum of 9 cores by taking control of one of the three mana tiles on the board. There are over 300 cards in the game, and each of them has unique effects.
Duelyst II reminds me of Final Fantasy Tactics, which I considered a good strategic game that was released in 1997. The game’s graphics are pretty average, but the combat system makes Duelyst II enjoyable. It involves taking board control in the early game to unleash your card combos in the mid to late game.
There are some RNGs involved, but skill and good cards matter here. However, anyone who supports their Kickstarter project or spends money has a massive advantage in card optimization Overall, this game is good for players interested in a competitive strategic-based game with complex card systems. Casual players might not like this, but hardcore fans would definitely play it.
Our Verdict & Score
The Duelyst 2 is a fan-made version of the original game. The devs got the whole game for free and tweaked some things to make the game exciting. The card system in the game makes it complex enough for beginners and advanced players alike. The whole gameplay and combat are fun and could be frustrating if you’re not into a strategic game. Overall, this game has a lot of potentials and could be one of the best strategic-based games ever made.
We also have a complete beginner’s guide for Duelyst 2, so if you do end up playing it, make sure to check that out as well!