Townscaper is Out Now on Switch and PC

Is the world a bit too stressful at times and you wish you could just sit back, relax, and create something simple yet beautiful? Well, then Townscaper might just be the game for you. Developed by Oskar Stålberg (Bad North), Townscaper has no story, no levels to beat, and no items to work towards unlocking. There is just you and the world you're about to create. To create your town you use colorful blocks that come in a variety of styles and changeable colors that allow you to make appealing layouts and designs without having to worry about keeping the place running. 

Not only does the game look great with soft aesthetically pleasing visuals, but it also has a very satisfying sound design with a delightful plop every time you place a building block using the game's intuitive tools. Townscaper utilizes an algorithm that ensures every block you place snaps together seamlessly. There's no grind, no failure, just creation. The game is designed with the intention to feel less like a game and more like a toy. You can try to recreate your surroundings, popular cities, or make something entirely new. 

After spending time in Early Access on Steam, Oskar Stålberg, and publishers Raw Fury are excited for the full release of the game. Townscaper is available for purchase now on Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam, GOG, and Epic Games Store for just $5.99 with plans for a mobile release later this year. Get a glimpse at the tranquil gameplay in the release trailer.

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