Cozy new game is like Stardew Valley, but with a lot more dinosaurs
Paleo Pines is a new simulation game that combines the coziness of Stardew Valley with additional dinosaurs, making it aimed at dinosaur enthusiasts....
Paleo Pines is a new simulation game that combines the coziness of Stardew Valley with additional dinosaurs, making it aimed at dinosaur enthusiasts.
The trailer showcases various activities such as taming dinosaurs, interacting with NPCs, cultivating plants, and customizing the player's farmhouse.
The simulation offers various biomes to explore, including grassy and rocky areas, and even hints at hidden secrets, similar to Stardew Valley.
A trailer has unveiled Paleo Pines, a simulation game similar to Stardew Valley but with a lot more dinosaurs. Since its release, Stardew Valley has become extremely popular, and Paleo Pines could contribute to appealing to the audience for cozy games.
Since the 1990s, simulation games have been attempting to replicate the coziness of Harvest Moon to varying degrees. Among the soothing sim games on modern hardware are Coral Island, My Time at Portia, and Story of Seasons. While the latter is a modern interpretation of the Harvest Moon formula, most other sims offer their own unique twist on the genre. While Stardew Valley includes dinosaurs, Paleo Pines seems to offer even more dinosaurs to stand out from other sims. Although Ark: Survival Evolved may satisfy the dinosaur craving for some players, Paleo Pines appears to be more child-friendly.
Modus Games recently released a trailer for Paleo Pines, showcasing a variety of different things players can do in the sim. The customizable protagonist of Paleo Pines can tame dinosaurs, interact with multiple NPCs, cultivate crops, and expand their farmhouse. The rundown farmhouse is shown in different variations to highlight the customization potential of the player's abode in Paleo Pines. The Paleo Pines trailer reveals three different biomes that players can explore, including grassy and rocky areas, as well as an oasis. Throughout the Paleo Pines trailer, the protagonist encounters a moon sculpture, which may suggest that, like in Stardew Valley, there are secrets to discover.
Similar to the farms in Stardew Valley and Story of Seasons, players in Paleo Pines will gradually upgrade a rundown estate as they embark on their adventure. The trailer showcases six different species of dinosaurs, three of which are rideable. Humans and dinosaurs work together in Paleo Pines, and the trailer demonstrates various ways in which these prehistoric creatures can assist with everyday activities. Although the Paleo Pines trailer only hints at it, these rideable dinosaurs offer their own unique abilities. At one point, a Triceratops smashes a rock by charging at it, a Theropod leaps into a tree trunk to destroy it, and a Diplodocus swipes at bushes to clear them from a farm. These dinosaurs may have more than one ability, as some are shown performing different tasks.
Although Modus Games has experience in developing simulation games with Maximum Football, Paleo Pines will be their first farm simulation game. While Ark: Survival Evolved may offer some elements similar to Paleo Pines, the new farm simulation game promises a cozier player experience for dinosaur enthusiasts.
Paleo Pines will be released on September 26th for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.