Preview of the Fun Super Farming Boy Demo from Steam Fest

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When Super Farming Boy was announced, I had a hunch it would be my kind of game. After spending time with its Steam Next Fest demo, I can confidently say that my instincts were spot on. Developed by LemonChili Soft, this top-down arcade farming simulator puts a fresh spin on the genre, keeping players on their toes with its fast-paced gameplay.

Developer: LemonChili Soft
Publisher: Renxo Europe Limited
Release Date: TBA

CPU: Intel Core i5 2.4 Ghz / AMD Equivalent
GPU: Geforce GTX 960, AMD Radeon HD 7970
RAM: 8 GB
HDD: 1 GB

Review code was provided.

The story begins with tragedy: Super, our young protagonist, has lost all his powers to the evil Korpo, who has also kidnapped his mother. Determined to rescue her, Super embarks on a quest to earn money and buy back his abilities. These powers allow him to dig up rogue stones, eliminate weeds, water plants, and even fly. But the ultimate goal remains reuniting with his mum.

The gameplay loop will feel familiar to fans of farming sims like Story of Seasons. You’ll dig up the ground, plant seeds, water crops, and wait for them to grow. However, Super Farming Boy introduces a crucial twist: chaining together combos. Harvesting crops in sequence earns big bucks, and with Korpo’s debt to pay off, more money means better chances of success.

Strategic planting is key to achieving impressive combos. Each crop type has a unique pattern—some affect neighboring plants, while others impact those above and below. Choosing the right starting point during harvesting is essential. Pulling off a satisfying combo feels incredibly rewarding.

One standout feature is the streamlined tool system. Unlike traditional farming sims, you won’t waste time scrolling through an inventory. Interacting with crops, rocks, or weeds automatically triggers the correct action. This small change keeps the game moving swiftly, allowing players to focus on tasks without interruption.

Beyond the farm lies a charming town waiting to be explored. While the demo only revealed a food shop (for energy replenishment during fieldwork) and a seed shop, there are more buildings to discover. I stumbled upon rogue crops—yes, they’re alive and moving—that I could plant without spending money. The town adds depth and intrigue to the overall experience.

Final Thoughts

As of now, Super Farming Boy doesn’t have a specific release date; it’s simply marked as “coming soon.” However, it’s already high on my most-wanted list. If you enjoy farming sims and crave a fun twist, I highly recommend trying out the demo. LemonChili Soft has crafted a delightful game that combines nostalgia with fresh mechanics. Get ready to cultivate your way to victory!

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