Chucklefish Teases New Game About Wizarding School

Chucklefish, the publishers behind indie hits Starbound and Stardew Valley, have taken to Twitter to tease a new game they are working on. While still in the early development stage, the new Chucklefish title centers around wizarding school. When discussing the unnamed game with PC Gamer, Chucklefish describes it as,  “an RPG/Sim set in a magic school, something like Stardew Valley meets Harry Potter.” If Chucklefish can deliver on this, this game could be seriously fun.

Unnamed Project Sneak Peak

From a gameplay perspective, not much has been revealed, but we do know that there will be many Stardew Valley elements rolled into this wizarding world. In a recent PC Gamer interview, Finn Brice mentioned some of the systems fans, stating, that there will be “magic/crafting/potion making/farming systems in this game.” We can also expect there to be a rich, and interesting world to explore, as well as relationships to build.

The new wizarding school game from Chucklefish is still a long way out, but from everything I’ve seen so far, I’m intrigued. Hopefully Chucklefish can deliver this game sooner, rather than later.

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