Forager Reviews

Forager is ranked in the 66th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
Nov 11, 2020

Forager is great for mobile save some issues.

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Jul 11, 2019

Overall I love Forager for how simplistic it is in it’s design, and how grand it is in it’s execution. It’s a very cute game with lots to do and explore. Behind the minimal exoskeleton lies a really big game that I just keep coming back to, even after 10 hours of playing. If I had one complaint, it would be that, as a crafting game, it does get very grindy if you don’t choose the right skills. My second go around I had a much easier time, but an option to respec somehow would be a nice addition. I would definitely pick this up for the small price that it is. As of writing this, you can get the game for about $16.99 on Steam, which is well worth that price.

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Nov 7, 2019

Forager successfully blends addicting harvesting gameplay with solid dungeon crawling, making it a shining gem well worth unearthing.

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7.5 / 10.0
Sep 2, 2019

Though entertaining and containing massive potential, Forager's content still struggles to compete with modern gaming giants such as Terraria, and is not quite strong enough to fully stand as it's own genre masterpiece.

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7 / 10.0
Sep 4, 2019

Forager starts out incredibly strong. A huge map that is currently hidden. You get a Zelda like feeling that there is a huge adventure ahead. What initially appears to be an exciting game with lots of mysteries to uncover, actually turns out to be an endless loot grind with very little to stimulate your creative needs and sense of adventure. Forager was 5 hours of fun and 5 hours of a steady decline into “is this what I have been working toward?”. The low price tag makes this game well worth the money. It is just a shame there isn't more meat to sink your teeth into.

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Aug 14, 2019

Forager is a game that appeals to all kind of gamers and that is part of its charm. It’s hard not to love the game for what it is. It doesn’t try too hard, and offers you a relaxing but busy place for you to spend your free time in. If you’re looking for something not too taxing, where you can catch some fish, mine some ore and fight some monsters, then you’ve come to the right place.

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8.1 / 10.0
Aug 16, 2019

There are many games out there called "One Man Game" or "One Man Titles", but why this term? It means that they are developed by a single person with a great passion in certain genres.

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