Temtem announces an early access launch on PC January 21

    
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The massively multiplayer critter collector Temtem is taking its next big step forward with the reveal of an early access launch, as Crema Games is making the game more widely available for the first time on Tuesday, January 21st.

The early access build of Temtem will bring a variety of features including approximately 50% of the game’s main story, three different islands, character customization options, breeding, luma hunting (whatever that is), and competitive battling rules complete with a ban and pick phase, all without any planned server wipes. What’s more, the entire campaign can be played cooperatively from the very start.

Before early access can begin, though, there are a couple of stress tests that developer Crema wants to run. These tests don’t have a date yet, but they will be open to all backers of the game as well as those who have been picked from the sign-up hat. There’s also going to be one last alpha update for backers on Thursday, December 12th, that will be available for about a week or two before early access.

Temtem will be available on PC either via the Humble Bundle store or Steam and can be wishlisted now. Has it been a while since you’ve heard about this crowdfunded Pokemon-like? It managed to rake in over half a million on Kickstarter in 2018 and arrived to alpha at around this same time last year. You can also get caught up with the video below.

source: Kickstarter, thanks Xanward for the tip!

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Michael Fuchs

Lumas are the equivalent in TemTem to shiny Pokemon. Having played the Alpha for a while, the game is shaping up to be something great. Here’s hoping they find success and can update this game for years and start some actual competition for Pokemon in the creature collecting genre.

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PanagiotisLial1

MMO Petgames used to be very popular between 2003 and 2007 but most shutdown as they went out of favor. By early 2010s there were barely any left.

To be honest I always liked to have one as secondary game as they were typically in turn based combat and more relaxing to play while still being fun. My favorite was Stone Age 2 but tried many others, like Myth Wars 1 and 2, Neopets, Wonderland, Monster & Me, Eudemons Online etc

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Michael Fuchs

My brother and I used to play Neopets and Monster & Me. Those were good times haha.

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PanagiotisLial1

Yes. I liked the variety of pets, housing and side activities in Monster & ME(but not the allowed usage of bots due to bad design on exp intake which lead people to bot and later got allowed aknowledging their bad design there) and the endless amount of minigames on Neopets