Sega and Two Point Studios have launched their humorous hospital sim Two Point Hospital today on Steam (PC). It’s currently available for 10% off as an early purchase incentive until…
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Things were going well, or least as well as can be expected against an apocalyptic snowstorm, until the temperature plummeted another 40 degrees. “Snowmaggeddon” is a joke during brutal winters. But nobody’s laughing in the world of Frostpunk when temperatures approach -90 degrees, rendering most of the world uninhabitable.
In the last city my supply of coal dwindled to nothing as my geothermic reactor began shutting down. I watched a cascade of Bad News as my workforce grew sick, homes grew cold, and people began dying. I was forced to pass a law to enable emergency 24 hour shifts. Brave men and women operated frozen coal mines in the dead of night to give us the juice we needed. Some grew sick, and some were so frostbitten they had to have limbs amputated.
But the city survived. These harrowing moments solidify Frostpunk as one of the most memorable and emotional city building sims I’ve ever played.
My Time at Portia is a Stardew Valley-like farming sim, in 3D. It’s currently available via Steam Early Access, and recently saw a major update by Chinese developer Pathea Games and publisher Team17. My Time at Portia is due to launch later this year on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Switch.
The new update adds livestock, which I’d think would be a pretty high priority for a farming sim. Players can now raise sheep, chicken ducks, and cows, harvesting eggs and milk and breeding them. Horse riding has also been added, including romantic horse rides with your favorite NPCs.
Note that you can only rent horses right now. The ability to raise and ride your own horse will be added in a future update.
A museum has also been added to Portia, along with a new story mission. Complete the mission to open the museum, and get paid to donate relics.
More new features include a new dungeon in the desert region, stargazing dating mini-game, and two new shops.
A limited demo of My Time at Portia has recently been added to Steam. Unfortunately any progress made in the demo does not carry over should you purchase the full game.
My Time at Portia released on Steam Early Access earlier this year.