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    Cosy RPG Lonesome Village on Kickstarter now, save a sleepy town from certain calamity on Nintendo Switch and PC in 2021

    Developer Ogre Pixel has launched the Kickstarter campaign for their game Lonesome Village, which is targeted for both Nintendo Switch and PC. A special Kickstarter demo of the game is now available to play.

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    Lonesome Village is a cozy RPG adventure, taking place in a formerly sleepy town in dire need of help. The animal villagers arh9j800hre trying to return to life as normal following a calamitous event that wiped out their homes. And the less said about the mysterious tower which has appeared just outside of town, the better.

    “Lonesome Village has been an adventure made with great love and passion during the last 7 months, and this process has been an amazing experience. However, there is still a lot of work to do and this is why we need your help.”
    “Help us bring this adventure to life by supporting us on Kickstarter, so we can help Wes rescue the villagers and restore peace in Lonesome Village.”

    Steve Durán – Ogre Pixel Game Director


    Players will take on the role of Wes, a wandering coyote who happens upon the town and decides to investigate these strange happenings further. Along the way, they’ll discover mysterious cultists, a vast conspiracy, villagers who need rescuing, and puzzles that need unpuzzling.

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    Inspired by both classic RPGs with rich puzzles and unique dungeons like The Legend of Zelda series, and life sims like Animal Crossing, Lonesome isn’t just a town that needs saving, but a home which needs rebuilding.

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    Lonesome Village is midway through development, but Ogre Pixel is seeking community backing of $20,000 through Kickstarter in order to fund the rest of the development process until the launch in September 2021.

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