My Time At Portia leaves Steam Early Access
Farming and Crafting simulation My Time at Portia is now out on Steam after roughly a year in Early Access.
I played and loved the Demo version back in Fall 2017, when the game was on Kickstarter. You play as a young man or woman who has inherited their grandpa’s wood workshop. Your tasks in the game are mining for materials and taking woodworking commissions from villagers, with a bit of exploration and relationship development on the side - and the game sports a wonderfully goofy and creative fauna.
At the time, My Time At Portia did not have any horses yet, but they have been added with the Livestock update in 2018.
As a Kickstarter Backer, I have the game in my Steam library, but have been waiting for the full release to take the time to play and review it.
If you’re a fan of chill, friendly and colorful farming games with a focus on building your own business and nurturing relationships, I can only recommend you try My Time at Portia for yourself. The game currently has 92% positive reviews on Steam. I hope to be able to write a proper TMQ review for it soon.
Watch the trailer below to get an impression.