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Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles

Unwind and enjoy the slow life in Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, a relaxing open-world adventure game. Yonder is set in the world of Gemea. A natural island paradise with eight distinct environments ranging from tropical beaches to snow-capped summits. But Gemea is not as perfect as it seems. The mysterious Murk has taken hold of the land! As the hero of Gemea, you can seek out the hidden and whimsical creatures known as Sprites. Use their power to clear the Murk and restore nature’s beauty. As you explore Gemea, you can barter with friendly locals, discover unique materials to craft with, befriend the adorable wildlife and even create your own working farm. Yonder offers a world to lose yourself in; a world filled with the wonder of discovery and the spirit of adventure. Features: A vibrant open world full of things to discover and places to explore. Set your own pace; trail-blaze across the world or settle down for a spot of quiet fishing and farming.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

I am old, slow, and officially now suck at games! Yes this will happen to you too!! Loved the game!!! Lots of quests and lots of interesting characters. If you are looking to have fun and relax Yonder does a great job at it.

Review from Steam

This is not a Farming Simulator nor is it a action packed adventure.
This game is a relaxing adventure of doing quest and helping people.
Their is a farming aspect to it and you can create multiple farms in different regions but are not micro managed meaning you do not have to feed your animals or water plants but they do produce products for you.
The game is relaxing and a big world map.
It does have a lot of attention to detail like seeing your character shiver in freezing areas. I have noticed some region that are warm start having snow falling instead of rain. The game does not tell you anything about season changes.
Overall the game is a great game and fun to play from time to time but I have played many hours of the game in 1 sitting.
Hidden kittens, mining and gathering everything you can.
Clothes and Dye for your hair. Cosmetics are pretty cool for either male or female.
The game has a lot to offer in content to put it all down here. Your main goal is to get rid of the purple Haze or fog that plagues the world using these little tiny creatures you find scattered in the world.
Day and night cycles are pretty fast paced and don't have to wait a long period of time to have a day or night.
Some hidden items are only visible in the night time.
The game is beautiful to look at and in HDR its wonderful
Overall the game will not appeal to everyone. No combat as I said before, No major or specific puzzles to solve. I recommend the game if you need something to pass the time and relax. The game has a save feature at any time so no need to wait on the autosave and fear of losing things.
Correction : It does show seasons and years past at the bottom right hand corner, i just never noticed it lol

Review from Steam

Lovely game, no fighting involved, just lots of quests and discovering this world with cute animals.

Review from Steam

Good, fun, wholesome, cute game. It's a real bummer that they stopped updating it despite having a loose roadmap in place, but the game feels complete enough in its current state. Still got my fingers crossed for a sequel though. The vibes are immaculate.

Review from Steam

I think that based off of the gameplay, this game is meant to be played by the same age-group as Club Penguin or Webkinz. The game is demonstratively easy and forgiving. I completed the entire game without once building, crafting, or farming anything. To be honest, I have no idea what I did for 7.6 hours - but I beat the game, so that's cool I guess. There was nothing bad about the title - it was certainly cute and wholesome, but there are far better exploration/crafting/adventuring games out there for more experienced palettes. I would recommend this to someone who is looking for a cute game to play with their kids.

Review from Steam

If you like mindless exploration, questing, farming and just a chill time wondering around... this game is for you!
While most of what critics are saying is also true for this game... like NPCs that don't have much on unique personalities, real need for a whole ton of mining, fishing, harvesting, chopping trees, doing small quests and whatnot, that the physics are a bit wonky while jumping around, that it's a lot of empty land with a few towns and other interest spots here and there... I'm still enjoying the game quite a lot as a counterpart to shooters and whatnot. It's a wholesome adventure game with no stress, to do on your own time.
You cannot die in this game, it's one of those that are more about just advancing on objectives and exploring the world, no challenge involved other than dedication and persistence. It isn't so much a quest game, as it is a "do me a favor" kinda game... xD You are just gonna do a whole lot of small jobs, and tasks to prove yourself worthy to be part of guilds that you need in order to get recipes, so that you can use and build stuff with the raw material you collect.
There is an end game that is in the title itself, the Cloud Catcher part, but really... it wouldn't be much of a game if it was only about that. So this game is for... side questers I guess. xD It's like you shipwreck on an island which weirdly has sectors with all sorts of seasons/weathers/environments... and then you visit and explore each, to get into guilds, to pick all sorts of different raw materials, to build a farm in each location that will produce more materials you'll need, and then help people with their sometimes weird requests.
It's certainly not for everyone. People looking for a challenge and that cannot stand walking around through long distances while picking up stuff, farming in general... probably gonna get bored fast with this one. Don't blame anyone who does.
But for those who enjoy exploration and don't mind walking around long stretches... yep, it's just great! 14hrs in I'm guessing... probably over half way into the game. But I'm really taking my time. Sometimes I just run the game and wonder around for a couple of hours or so, just picking stuff up and putting it into storage.
Guess I just find myself enjoying these kinds of games more lately... dunno why. Times ago I probably wouldn't have the patience...

Review from Steam

When you're feeling stressed out, and want to play something, but you don't want any conflict, scares, apocalypses to manage, and more stress - this little game is a great breathing space.
It's genuinely beautiful in places and there's lots to explore and discover, and many gentle puzzles to figure out. There's crafting and farming and animal taming too, tree planting and plenty of quests to find/acquire x item and bring it to y for a reward.
The thing I like the most is finding and dispelling the evil Murk which blights the land.
If you want something wholesome to pootle around with for a little while this is very worth a look. The starting zone is nothing much to shout about, but the later zones are lovely.
p.s. if you get to a certain town and it's Halloween and you want it not to be, just exit the town again to cancel Halloween event (I don't think you can turn it on again until the next one though, so be sure). Quest people will not be present on the town map while it is Halloween.