North of Nowhere is an Animal Crossing-like game that just launched a Kickstarter

North of Nowhere Kickstarter Campaign

Drawing inspiration from Animal Crossing, the new real-time life sim North of Nowhere seeks to win the support of players with its unique gameplay.

The Worst of Friends, a Salt Lake City-based indie studio, has announced the launch of the new Kickstarter campaign and Steam page for their new project today. North of Nowhere is a project that began in the early part of this year and aims to win the hearts of many players who contribute to the Kickstarter campaign in order to complete the game’s development.

A real-time life sim which proposes an interesting concept

Monsters, cryptids, and folklore monsters have long been pushed out of civilized nations. After endless years of living under the water, a secret gateway connecting to a hidden continent has been found in the Bermuda Triangle.

Take on the role of one of the monsters assigned to explore and inhabit this new continent. Along the trip, you’ll collect local fauna and find evidence of an ancient civilization that once lived here in North of Nowhere. Unbeknownst to the colonists, a mysterious Agency of Black Dome Individuals, dispatched by the planet they left behind, has followed them to their new home. Learn about their reasons while keeping them away from your burgeoning Community.

If you’re interested in supporting the development of North of Nowhere, you may do so through the game’s Kickstarter campaign, which you can find by clicking here. Starting today, you can also add the game to your Steam wishlist.

The game is mostly being developed for PC, but they are considering porting it to consoles based on the various goals of their Kickstarter campaign. The Worst of Friends has stated that the game’s complete release is scheduled for Q2 2023. So it’s still a while before we’ll see it finished.

Watch the reveal trailer of North of Nowhere here in Game Freaks 365!

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