Autumn in India: Stardew Valley follow-up news and first release in November

There is no doubt now; the change is in the air, and the fall is going all out. It’s time to get inside, pull a seat by the fireplace, and immerse yourself in some independent stories. As we enter November, we can’t wait to do more than just the remaining Halloween candy. The latest news from one of the largest developers on the scene made us feel excited, independent games are entering a new stage, and most importantly, we are actively launching games.

Big news

Autumn is about transformation, but who knew that Stardew Valley developer Eric Barone (AKA ConcernedApe) would be so devoted when he gave up the first real details of his follow-up work? This is not all. Thunderful Games will host a digital show for the first time, and Mark Hamill will host it!

ConcernedApe’s haunted chocolate shop

The creator of Stardew Valley, Eric Barone, injected the atmosphere of his famous work into a new mold and revealed his next project-it is full of chocolates, ghosts and battles. “You can rest assured that I will not’copy and paste’ the Stardew battle,” Barone said in a recent blog post. “In contrast, almost everything in Haunted Chocolatier, including battles, was written (and drawn) completely from scratch.” The game is in an early stage of development and has no release date.

Thunder World

On November 10th, developer and publisher Thunderful will hold its first indie game showcase Star wars Actor Mark Hamill served as the host. The virtual curtain opened at 11 a.m. Pacific time. Although we look forward to The Gunk, Thunderful also promised that “the world’s premier game was announced.”

Lost in the released corn maze

Don’t worry-although there may be a lot of games in the first half of November, the list below can help you through the maze.

Blaseball: short circuit

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Since the summer, the bizarre baseball simulation Blaseball has been appearing on Siesta. However, the developer The Game Band brought it back in a form of temporary truncation called Short Circuits. Starting today and continuing until November 14th, Blaseball: Short Circuits features the game’s original 24 teams, and their new roster has played very different games in a series of mini-seasons.


Xbox One, Switch, PC

This is a great headline for those who just want to relax and make the world more orderly. Unpacking is a puzzle game that will be released on November 2nd. The task is to take your items out of the box and place them in a satisfactory place around the new environment. The result, coupled with the environmental narrative, is surprisingly contemplative and fascinating.

Tong Che

Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Switch, PC

Tunche will be launched on November 2 and can accommodate up to four-person sofa cooperative games and gorgeous hand-painted visual effects. You choose one of five players and start a 2D side-scrolling adventure across Amazon. These two adventures will never be the same. However, in this stunning tropical rainforest, there are many surprising things to fight, so please pay attention to your footsteps.

Demon Turf

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

Demon Turf calls himself “a 3D platform game with attitude”. Play as Beebz-a demon who is considered to be a young demon, even though she is 1,000 years old-you will fight hard in the unique world of demons, trying to win the title from the Demon King. Demon Turf will be released on November 4.

The Binding of Isaac: Repentance

The Binding of Isaac: Repentance

Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC

“The Binding of Isaac: Confession”, which has been launched on PC, will debut on the Microsoft platform on November 4 and will be available on PlayStation and Switch in the near future. The last expansion of Edmund McMillen’s popular roguelike will add new story elements, enemies, locations and more. Choosing the Ultimate Edition on Xbox will also provide you with all the previous DLC content of the game.

Go to the rescue!

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Who is ready to save some cute dogs? When to rescue! Log on to your PC on November 4th, and you will have the opportunity to run a shelter for a group of cute dogs. By taking care of the needs of each dog, upgrading the buildings to get more space, and matching them with the right owners, try to find the perfect forever home for them.As the developer promised, buying games has its own benefits 20% of sales profit Will go to an animal shelter in real life. Go to the rescue! It will also land on Switch next year.

Where the card dropped

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Trying to include two games on this list, The Game Band full of puzzles “Where Cards Fall” will no longer be an exclusive Apple Arcade game on November 4. Landing on Switch and PC this week, this whimsical game is to stack cards, use your imagination, and memories. With the undeniable dreamlike artistic style and contemplative story, it is hard to say which works of the band game this fall need more attention.

Let’s build a zoo

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Get ready to manage hundreds of monkeys and set up concession booths, because on November 5th, Let’s Build A Zoo is about to land on PC. A combination of management simulation and the dream of a mad scientist, this cute title gives you the option to build your animal empire. You can fill your zoo in the normal way by breeding, or you can try DNA splicing. No matter what makes those visitors pass through the gate!

Airborne Kingdom

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

Now soaring to the game console on November 9th, Airborne Kingdom puts you on the cloud, where you will try to build the best of all possible sky cities. This is not easy, because you need to keep an eye on your fuel supply to meet the continuing needs of the population, take risks in mysterious landscapes, and navigate politics in the terrestrial realm.

Bright Memory: Infinite

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Although I saw early footage of the game at last year’s Xbox event, there is still no official news about the console release of Bright Memory: Infinite. However, the game is still scheduled to be released on PC on November 11. The action and FPS game “Bright Memory: Infinite” with excellent graphics takes place in 2036, and the paranormal science research organization is trying to solve the mystery behind the strange sky.

Looking for more indie games? Check out the creepy title of October, or click the goose below to read through the list of Game Informer. If you are excited about any indie games coming soon, please let us know in the comments!