Download Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulator PC Game 2021

Download Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulator

Size to download: 569 MB. Version: V 0.4.5 | Early Access [New Version]

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Memory: 4 GB
Processor: Dual Core
Storage: 2 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650
OS: Windows 7, 8, 10
Year: 2021
Developer: NicePlay Games
Version: V 0.4.5 | Early Access [New Version]

Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulator - a worked simulator of the alchemist, the main feature of which is high variability, the ability to create own recipes and communicate with trading shop clients for the sale of personal creations. Hand drawn two-dimensional graphics colorfully visualizes any process occurring during the game in the game, for example, collecting resources, grinding herbs in a step, bargaining with the wandering merchants, or recording a new recipe. A small group of indie developers worked on the project, which wanted to create their own sandbox, where the gamer will be able to recoup various roles, depending on the desires and needs of regular buyers or random passers-by.

All interactions with a variety of ingredients (leaves, mushrooms, roots, minerals, fruits, berries, and so on) for future tinctures occur with the help of the physical impact of the user due to the mouse. This increases the degree of involvement in the process and allows you to feel like a real medieval alchemist, who had to constantly mess around with the cooking of potions, inflating coal under the boiler, mixing the Jiji and many others.

Communication with numerous characters that will often come to the virtual protege, occurs using the dialog box with the ability to select answer options. The user decides on his own, with whom to build friendly relations, and who will sell fake, thereby spoiling his plans. Deciding with the allies, the gamer is sent by their storyline, which leads to unexpected endings.

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