Potion Paws Demo
A downloadable game for Windows
This is a small demo to experience the world we've created for Potion Paws (full game is set to release October 2019 on Steam).
The demo is the bare-bones of what you can expect in the full game. In the demo you can run around the world, collect items, and craft some potions that will create some fun effects.
Potion Paws Kickstarter:
Full Game Description:
You’ve decided to take the risk and purchase a run down house in the middle of a spooky forest near a dungeon overrun with monsters.
Lucky for you you’ve been trained in the art of Potion making! Explore the land and dungeon for ingredients to create powerful potions and tasty delicacies.
Unfortunately for you, you're not a fighter. Many potions have powerful effects which can aid you in battle, whether it’s to make you smaller, faster, blow up areas and monsters or a potion to summon a cute ghost to just hang out.
Sell your extra potions and prepared foods to the merchant for a bit of coin. You can use this coin to purchase recipe books, and even expand the land around you. When you unlock new areas you’ll find new ingredients, crafting recipes, crops, animals, secrets and more.
Mouse and WASD - Move
E - Interact/Drink Potion
F - Throw Potion
Space - Jump
|Author||Bitten Toast Games|
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With the Garden Paws demo I felt like I knew more about the world, was guided well to know what I was doing, and had a nice relaxing time (about10hoursworth) of enjoying the demo game, leaving me anxious to get the full game.
With Potion Paws I had some trouble at first finding out what to do, but it was easy once I realized maybe I was the fool who just didn't know what to do. However, I could not find any option for sound- this really made the playthrough of the demo boring. Here's to when there is music for the full game. The game itself isn't boring, especially if it's similar to Garden Paws, but unlike the demo for that, this didn't really seem to give me many options to explore, sell, etc. There was one potion, involving a green leaf, I just couldn't figure out- there were no green leaves in the small area surrounding the house, and you can't go anywhere. The NPC doesn't talk to you, sure to be different in the actual game, but I kind of wish he'd been a merchant to let us expierience selling the potions, or someone in need of a potion who sought us out to make it.
I can't help but think maybe I downloaded a faulty demo- the graphics seemed to glitch in little black and white rectangles. Or that I, being unguided, am missing something more, if there's more, to the demo.
I am sill excited for the full game though!
I didn't get to finish because my computer crashed the program, but its super cute looking and looks like itll be fun!! It does seem a little sensitive to control, and the walls clipped a fair bit as I walked past them. I'm excited to see the finished game!