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    Paradise Marsh Heading To Xbox, Nintendo Switch And PC Later This Year

    Étienne Trudeau (LazyEti) has announced on the latest Wholesome Direct that Paradise Marsh, a short contemplative game about catching frogs and restoring stars in the sky to the music of Disasterpeace (FEZ, Hyper Light Drifter, It Follows), will be heading to Xbox, Nintendo Switch and Steam later this year. Étienne also announced that a demo for the game is available now and will be as part of the Steam Next Fest next week.

    In this short demo, players will be able to explore the endless procedural wetland of Paradise Marsh for a complete day-night cycle (around 15 minutes of playtime). Once the sun rises up, the game will be automatically reset but players are encouraged to replay it if they feel like they missed something.

    About Paradise Marsh

    Every single star fell down from the sky into Paradise Marsh, a perfect endless wetland crawling with wildlife. Wander around equipped with your trusty bug net and find a way to replenish the empty night sky. Along the way, pick wild flowers, discover lost poems and meet intriguing and colorful characters who need your help…

    Features:
    • Explore unique and harmonious biomes in an endless procedurally generated wetland
    • Catch small creatures with your net and document your findings in your adventure journal
    • Restore fallen stars in the empty night sky and interact with intriguing and colorful characters
    • Collect long lost poems floating adrift
    • Take your time to enjoy nature, eat wild berries, skip stones on water or sit on a nice soggy log for as long as you like…
    • Beautiful Sound Design by Disasterpeace! (FEZ, Hyper Light Drifter, It Follows)

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