The Little Acre Officially Launches For Steam, Xbox One And PS4
(Last Updated On: December 13, 2016)

The Little Acre is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Pewter Games Studios and published by Curve Digital. The The Little Acre was originally supposed to launch back on November 22nd, but the developers decided to delay the game for a few weeks to launch a little before the holidays.

For those of you that have been eagerly awaiting its release, you will probably be glad to hear that The Little Acre is now here for you to play! The release date was only delayed by a few weeks and was moved back to December 13th, so if you want to head on over to check out the game, The Little Acre is now officially available to purchase from the Steam Store.

The thing that makes The Little Acre so cool is that the game is a 2D adventure that features extremely detailed hand drawn sprites, set in a vibrant and colorful world. The story follows two main protagonists, Aidan and his daughter, Lily. The game initially takes place in Ireland during the 1950s, where Aidan is investigating the disappearance of his father, where he discovers a strange new world and is accidentally whisked away. Now, Lily follows suit to save her own father and ventures into this new world to reunite her family.

Based on the description of the game, The Little Acre will feature two playable characters and it sounds like it will switch between them as the story progresses, similar to the classic Sierra game King’s Quest VII. The developers for The Little Acre have released a trailer to show off the game and a little bit of the story.

If you are interested in learning more you can head on over to the The Little Acre Steam Store page for more information about the game. And you can also check out the official website for further details. The Little Acre is available for Xbox One, PC and the PS4.


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