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Summer in Mara Gets Launch Trailer


To mark its launch on the Nintendo Switch and PC, Chibig has released a launch trailer for their farming adventure Summer in Mara.

A single-player experience set in a calm and relaxing environment, Summer in Mara features an exciting narrative and a unique handmade look. Players will take control of a little adventurer girl named Koa who sets out to explore the world around her, and discover the secrets the ocean keeps.

The title features an open ocean with more than 20 islands to explore, and players will be able to customize their own island with crops, buildings, and farm animals. Along the way, players will be able to befriend more than 25 different characters, and can take on more than 300 quests to make the world of Mara a better place. Finally, a day/night cycle has been included that affects the world with a number of different climatic events.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Summer in Mara – Launch Trailer – Nintendo Switch

You can read our review of the PC version here. We scored it favorably with a score of 85/100, saying that “it’s charming, full of character, and clearly made with a loving passion.”

For those diving into the title, you can find our comprehensive collection of guides here.

Source: YouTube, Nintendo Website
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