“Minabo” is a New Social Simulation Turnip Game Coming to PC and Consoles

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Minabo – A Walk Through Life is a unique social simulation game that lets you experience the ups and downs of life while tending to your turnip’s social relationships. As you progress through the game, you’ll start off as a sprout and move forward in life one step at a time. The pace of your journey is entirely up to you.

The game allows you to develop your character by interacting with other turnips, and your acquired strengths and weaknesses will influence your future interactions. You’ll need to build and maintain meaningful relationships while steering clear of toxic ones. You can also adopt radish-pets, start a family, or live fast and die young. There are no right or wrong ways to play, but you’ll need to live with the consequences of your actions, even when you eventually rot.

Minabo comes out on April 28

According to TGG, SelectaPlay, an indie game publisher based in Barcelona, Spain, is teaming up with indie game developer DevilishGames to bring their social simulation game “Minabo” to multiple platforms on April 28th, 2023. Players can enjoy the game on PC through Steam or on consoles including PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch through digital stores.

The game will be available for €13,49/$13,49/£13,49, although the price without discount will be €14.99/$14.99/£14.99. Both SelectaPlay and DevilishGames are excited to bring this game to a wider audience and share the joy of nurturing and growing turnips with players everywhere.

To play the game on a PC, you will need to ensure your system meets the minimum requirements. This includes running on Windows 10, having an Intel Core i3 processor, 4 GB of RAM, at least 1 GB of graphics memory, and 1 GB of available storage space.

Do you have what it takes to accept the challenges of the upcoming Minabo game?

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