Team Nimbus has set up a Patreon to fund their hybrid farming sim dungeon crawler, Cloud Meadow.
Ever since splitting off from the group developing the now defunct Breeding Season, Team Nimbus’ Patreon for Cloud Meadow has been doing quite well. While their current $10,000 per month isn’t the $40,000 that Breeding Season was raking in, it’s still pretty impressive.
Cloud Meadow is advertised as a hybrid farming sim dungeon crawler. The game is set to feature turn-based combat, farming, and probably the main draw, breeding. As Team Nimbus describes the game, the players will “Explore a shattered world, where civilization makes its place among the clouds atop floating islands. Explore dungeons filled with exotic plants and dangerous monsters to capture and return to your farm with. Among the three major towns the player will be able to fully navigate through it to discover quests, new NPCs, stories and the lore behind the game.”
The alpha begins in a town called Cloverton, one of the small floating communities that remained after a world-ending event known as “The Cataclysm” destroyed most of the planet. As the player, you will take the role of a Frontiersman. It is your job to help rebuild this world by farming, trading and fighting Sky Pirates. Team Nimbus also promises new abilities, allies, and items as the game progresses.
On August 31st, Team Nimbus released the latest public build for Cloud Meadow (Alpha v1.01.3). The alpha introduces you to the world’s backstory and displays the basics of the battle system. This build does not contain any of the dungeon crawling or farming elements; however, it does feature two gorgeously animated sex scenes featuring some of the “livestock.”
Patreon supporters have access to a slightly more updated build (currently Alpha v1.02.2). Team Nimbus is also offering free game access to former supporters of the Breeding Season Patreon. Details can be located on the Cloud Meadows Patreon page. Even if you’re not a former supporter, you can head over to show some support or check out the alpha for yourself.
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