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Developer: Samurai Punk
Play as a bird with responsive and fluid flight controls
A vast island for you to explore
Nine unique songs that can be found around the island
No enemies, no combat, no threats, just peaceful flight
Full day night cycle in a responsive immersive world
Relaxing ambient soundtrack and sound design by Mitchell Pasmans
Support for gamepads and keyboard/mouse
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Feather sets out to create the most relaxing and calming experience you can have in a game. With its varied yet mellow and uplifting soundtrack, its basic yet brightly colored visuals, and the great detail that goes into the rustling of the birds feathers, it can be quite a joy to soar through the air and practice trench runs through the cave tunnels. However, in designing a game to relax it’s also made with no stakes and no threats, so much of the serenity you experience after the initial elation of flight is from not feeling like there is an imminent threat at all.
If you want a mindless game that will give you an opportunity to just get lost in thought as you move the thumbsticks of your Joy-Con around without much care, then Feather is pretty decent. But something this low on content gets stale pretty quickly, despite its beauty.