Kitaria Fables review – free the inner SEAL Review

Kitaria Fables is a sweet adventure story in a mix of genre that combines a bit of role-playing fun and a bit of farming simulation, and even an ounce of Lifesim. The game is not designed to give experienced gardeners or adventurers, but it can provide a useful guide for those who are just beginning their exploration.

  • Producer: Twin Hearts
  • Publisher: PQube Limited
  • Date of release: September 2, 2021

The player will end up in Kanoyder an idyllic fantasy island, populated by anthropomorphic creatures that talk to each other. Our protagonist travels to the isolated town of Lapa to assist the inhabitants face threats from monsters who have suddenly started attacking traders and artisans in the area.

Based on Sage Alba, a polar bear that lives on the outskirts, the creatures get enraged by the old treasures kept from Royal Academy scholars in ruins across the island. To prevent attack, the player has to locate all the artifacts and fight off the monsters who guard the artifacts.

Kanodera map Kanodera map is littered with locations scattered across multiple biomes. The further away the area is located from the city and the more risky it is to travel there without the right equipment and food. The people living there are friendly. They’ll help guests get settled, and teach basic concepts of gathering, and provide him with simple tasks so that their cat will be able to gather Pawpaws.

Additionally Tiny Kiki has access to the finest fruit and vegetable seeds. Timmy has all the cooking ingredients and Clover Blacksmith can be described as a master at all trades. He can build any type of equipment, you only need to provide him with the tools needed. After getting acquainted with the people around him the hero lands on the Uncle Payne Thunderbird’s farm and starts cooking.

What I enjoyed:

  • The game offers pleasant visuals with changing time of day and cute animals and cozy designs for the locations. The scorching summer sun invites you to go on an adventure during the day The shadows of pine trees grow longer in the evening, and moonlight engulfs the night sky, lights in the village shine up, beckoning the fireflies to come out, and crickets are singing.
  • Kitaria Fables does not rush farmers as Stardew Valley, My Time At Portia as well as their numerous counterparts do. Explore mining, explore, and plant plants with a relaxed pace and the pace of time slows when you take inventory, open your chest or step into your personal house.
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  • There’s a piece of everything in this game. It’s an element of business, story, and some simple combat. There are dungeons that have bosses, and there are world bosses. There are plenty of places to explore and mine things There are also reagent trader as well as a night-time trader who has the most rare equipment. An extremely friendly and bright setting to help newcomers learn the fundamentals to the world of.

What I didn’t enjoy:

    • in Kitaria Fables, there is plenty of unnecessary playing about. Not even the rapid movement system is helpful as the teleportation points aren’t all over the place. There is a constant need for lengthy back and forth trips.


The game is plagued by mechanical flaws and a lack of development.

    In other words, there’s no slots specifically for tools. Sometimes they can get stuck in textures. Monsters are also able to cause harm even if their strikes are in the opposite direction from yours.

It’s worth it

If you’re searching for something similar to Stardew Valley Graveyard Keeper, no, you should not. Kitaria Fables, a simpler version of adventures that includes collecting and farming. It was designed especially for kids and less experienced travelers.

If you have a game-loving cub and you want to play with them, take them free to take them on a thrilling adventure and take part yourself . Kitaria Fables does not require and it is able to support Steam Remote Play, the possibility to play with two players on one screen, and ultra-wide displays.

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