Posted: 7 months ago, last updated 5 months ago.
Author: Andy Robertson.
You start as a fawn and in a little over a month your deer grows up and becomes a stag. The sorts of things you can do include exploring the forest, eating, drinking some water, sleeping under the trees. There are also social activities that deer commonly engage in, such as dancing, pool parties, hide and seek, and tag.
The game is being redeveloped for newer technology currently. With a crowdfunding project providing the funding to achieve this.
Free to download from the developer website.
No ratings available for this game.
Users Interact: The game enables players to interact and communicate with each other, so may expose players to language usually associated with older rated games.
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The following games are like The Endless Forest. They address a similar topic or offer a similar way to play. They are good options to play next and also good alternatives to The Endless Forest for younger age ratings.
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The games in this section invite you to spend time in spaces that have a sense of place, life and character. Worlds that hold history and lore in their landscapes, flora, fauna and inhabitants; environments that respond to your presence and invite you to restore them to their former glory.
Video games are one way that we can reconnect with each other, without needing to be in the same place. Finding games to play online with grandparents and carers is not only a good way to keep in touch but a lot of fun.
The games on this page are part of the PLAY&TALK Weekend, which has launched in time for National Loneliness Awareness Week, aims to reduce feelings of isolation by getting people to talk with friends or family safely online. Backed by over 30 companies in the games industry, the Play&Talk weekend hopes to initiate 10,000 extra conversations across the UK through the power of games.
- Co-operative: Some of the games are good ways to connect and play co-operatively online (like Feather, Overcooked 2, Ibb and Obb, Skylanders Children of Light).
- Competitive: With some practice there are easy and fun online competitive games (like Tricky Towers, Videoball)
- Asynchronous: Other games are a way to connect and play without being online at the same time (like Horizon Chase Turbo, Worms, Words With Friends, Wargroove, Animal Crossing).
- Community: Then there are games that connect you with a wider player community in a gentle non-invasive way (like The First Tree, Journey, Lost Words, The Endless Forrest).
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