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Description

Forager is a 2D open world game inspired by your favorite exploration, farming and crafting games.

- Gather, collect and manage resources.
- Craft useful items & structures.
- Build and grow a base out of nothing. Buy land to expand and explore.
- Level up and learn new skills, abilities, and blueprints.
- Solve puzzles, find secrets and raid dungeons!
- Achieve anything you want! The choice is yours, you set your own goals to work towards!

Start small and improve your base, skills, equipment, network of friends (and enemies!) and build your future as you see fit!

What’s New

Version 1.04

- Applied all updates from version 4.1.3 to 4.1.8
- Improved cloud sync in some edge cases
- Minor bug fixing

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
369 Ratings

369 Ratings

Paloma Red ,

Great game

This game is adorable and addictive. It’s so simple that it hooks you without realizing it. I recommend this game to anyone because of its art, music and fun gameplay. The pixel art is cute, and the world is filled with mystery. I just have one complain: the mechanism on placing objects, specifically walls/fences, gates, and sometimes dirt. The pointer doesn’t focus on the space where I want to place something even though I’m facing it. It focuses on spaces around it or just jumps to the next one. It’s also frustrating when you do get the right space selected but when you press to place it, it places it on the space below or above. It’s something that really bothered me when I first played, so keep that in mind. Other than that the game is filled with wonder and I thank the developers on their work.

Ter--Ter ,

Amazing, but a few things

Forager is exactly what it sounds like, a foraging game. But there’s something about the way things get done that’s just so satisfying. The game starts off with you on an island with a bunch of trees, rocks, ore veins, and some berries. You can buy more islands with more treasure, fight bosses, go through wormholes that take you to a not so empty void, and meet all kinds of NPC’s with….interesting demands in exchange for treasure. Forager, to me at least, is the perfect game that never gets boring. However there are some minor bugs that I really hope could get fixed. At the rainbow puzzle island, I was using some bombs and some of the mushrooms disappeared before I could do the puzzle and now I’m unable to get the treasure chest. This means I can never get whatever was inside it, possibly my last artifact, the Holy Relic. Another thing, is there any way we can make droids smaller? I love the idea of having them destroy trees and bushes and everything but they’re just so annoying to have floating around and I know that I can just sit them down on my buildings but to be honest I just really like having them out. Also, last thing, please make a cursor option or something, I’m trying to use an obliterator to get rid of some islands to make space for lighthouses but it’s so hard and I often have to build more stuff to break remaining land. That’s all I had to say, I hope you read this, your game is amazing!

Razzy06 ,

Very cute!! Ideas?

I’m not super far into the game, I bought it yesterday, but I am HOOKED. (It’s four am and I’m playing cause I can’t sleep) The art is so cute, the music is perfect with it, I love the skill point system and it’s satisfying to have your islands clear, then clearing them again. I also like that we get little stories after unlocking feats. I do have a few ideas, although it’s possible they’re in the game already. 1. Placing and planting flowers? I’m one of those people that like to make my island pretty, and so putting flowers all around would definitely do that.(again, it is already very cute) 2. House and furniture? What if you could like build your own house and make like little chairs and things? Also a barn would be cool, so you could raise animals! 3. No plants? What if like you could place something, and within those borders, no trees or ore would spawn? My crafting stations keep getting blocked. 4. Lumberjacks. What about like axes and different kinds of trees? 5. Pets? What if you could tame certain monsters, or purchase a cat/dog? Anyways, some of that might be in the game already and I have yet to unlock it. If you’ve read all my rambling and are considering getting the game, do it, it’s worth it, and $8 is like nothing for this, I would’ve paid 10-15. It’s clear that the dev/s have put alot of time into this. Get the game. 5/5⭐️

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  • Game Center

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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