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Loddlenaut is a cozy underwater survival game that takes place on an ocean planet. Play as an interstellar custodian who is sent to clean up the pollution left behind by a mysterious corporation and befriend some cute creatures along the way.
- 🚀 Explore an open-world alien ocean
- 🐠 Raise aquatic critters called “loddles” that grow based on what they eat
- 🔫 Clean up icky goop and floating debris with your bubble gun
- 🌟 Upgrade your gun and jetpack to unlock new interactions and areas in the world
- 🏠 Build a cozy home base for you and your loddles
As you clean up the planet, you’ll run into axolotl-like aliens known as “loddles.” Rescue them from polluted waters and feed them fruits you find on the job while you make their planet habitable again.
Loddlenaut takes inspiration from early-2000s pet sims like Tamagotchi and the Chao Garden as well as more recent aquatic games like Subnautica and ABZÛ.
As of July 7th, this project has raised $43,000 of their $35,000 goal. This project has 5 days left to raise as much as it can. For a pledge of $1, you will get a digital wallpaper. For a pledge of $20, you will get a digital copy of the game. To learn more and to pledge money, go to: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/moonlagoon/loddlenaut-an-aquatic-creature-raising-survival-game?
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