Cozy Shop-Keeping Sim Tiny Bookshop Coming 2025

Making an appearance during today’s Wholesome Direct showcase, neoludic and Skystone Games announced that their cozy shop-keeping sim Tiny Bookshop will release in 2025, with a demo now available.

Blending together the world of management sims and narrative experiences, Tiny Bookshop tasks players with taking on the role of a bookshop owner in a picturesque coastal town. 

Promising a unique and heartwarming experience, players will be able to stock said Tiny Bookshop with different books and items, set up shop in different scenic locations, and get a chance to know the locals.

Be sure to grab the demo and wishlist Tiny Bookshop via the official Steam page.

In the interim, be sure to check out the trailer for Tiny Bookshop below, with trailer editing done by Myrin Design:

Tiny Bookshop Demo Release Trailer

Raven, Art Director, said the following:

“We’re super excited to have been a part of the great lineup at Wholesome Direct again this year, and we’re even more excited to finally get our first public demo out to our fellow book lovers and cozy gamers, we hope you love it!” 


David, Game Designer, added:

“When we started working on Tiny Bookshop, I would have never expected that so many people shared this daydream.”


Want to join the conversation? Be sure to check out the official Discord channel for Tiny Bookshop.

One can also check out the official Tiny Bookshop website, and follow neoludic on TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter/X.

Source: Press Release

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