Lithuanian indie developer Arvydas Žemaitis and Excalibur Games have released a demo for the fantasy business adventure Craftlands Workshoppe. The demo takes players to the clouds to manage their workshoppe during the Steam Game Festival: Autumn Edition with the early access release following the event’s conclusion. In addition a fresh launch trailer is now available for viewing.
From the lead developer of the indie Shoppe Keep series comes a brand new experience featuring a cast of colorful characters, intrigue, portals, air ships and so much more. While life in the clouds might seem like a dream, there is still so much work that needs to be done if one wants to turn a tidy profit with their hastily acquired and very dilapidated workshoppe. The skills of alchemy, cookery, and blacksmithing will be required to restore the workshoppe to its former glory.
Once the workshoppe is in working order the next thing is to make money by crafting stuff that is in need. Players can employ workers to hit anvils, stir cauldrons and assist with other workshop duties. After all, players will be more than busy managing their employees salaries, organizing their air fleet and become a tycoon in the clouds.
After becoming a master of the three noble crafts and making a successful workshoppe one might feel like there is a bigger story at play. By mastering every recipe and and building every blueprint one can make a key that unlocks an unknown realm. At the end of the day don’t forget to pet the dog.
To access the Craftlands Workshoppe demo visit the game’s Steam page and click install the demo. For those that plan on picking up the game when it is released the game can also be added to one’s wishlist.
Craftlands Workshoppe will be available in early access on Steam and Humble Bundle when it is released on October 13, 2020. For more information about Craftlands Workshoppe visit the game’s Steam page, follow @CraftlandsGame on Twitter or join the game’s Discord.
Arvydas Žemaitis (@strangefiredev Twitter) is a Lithuanian indie developer who has worked on the Shoppe Keep franchise. Currently he is working on Craftlands Workshoppe, the latest entry in the series.
Excalibur Games (@Excalpublishing Twitter) is the publishing arm of parent company Contact Sales Ltd. Founded in 1997 the company has moved forward to release its own original products while reaching a worldwide audience on most major platforms. Their portfolio includes Jalopy, Tracks, Shoppe Keep 2 and Flashing Lights.
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