About Staxel Game

Staxel is somewhere in between such games as Minecraft and Animal Crossing. It's a farming simulator set in a voxel-based sandbox world where everything is possible. In the beginning, you're given a neglected farm and it's up to you to restore it and make it flourish. You need to catch bugs, set and water plants, and enjoy yourself. You can achieve it alone or with the help of your friends. After all, farming chores are easier to do together with somebody. You can enjoy help from friendly neighbors and help them out as a goodwill gesture. All actions have Minecraft-like mechanics so it won't strike you as something unusual if you're a fan of it. Your garden has a house and its decoration is another way for you to show your designing skills. Interiors may be decorated to be cozy for you to feel like a real home. And there are no limits to design exteriors. You can stick to the original house design or turn it into something else. If you got tired of action-packed survival open worlds, Staxel is the best choice for you.

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Staxel game trailer

The brand new launch trailer introduces players to the Staxel

System requirements for Staxel
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64bit)

Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 2Ghz (or equivalent)

Memory: 8 GB RAM

Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 660 1GB / AMD Radeon HD 7850 1GB

DirectX: Version 11

Network: Broadband Internet connection

Storage: 12 GB available space

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Staxel gameplay video

Staxel review and gameplay of the game

Reviews Staxel Game

The best way I can describe my experience with the Staxel is that it was incredibly chilled. Games like Stardew Valley are unlikely to cause stress, but there is still a motive and the limitations of the seasons that push you forward. Staxel has seasons, but they last incredibly long, and most crops grow for several seasons without problems. It is forgiving and leaves a lot of time to create or perform cute funny things, especially when playing multiplayer. Overall, despite its problems, I was still having a lot of fun with my 30 or so hours of Staxel. His art is wonderful, and it does what it promises to some extent, providing a relaxed game of village construction and farming. I would certainly recommend avid fans of farming / construction to try, but control your expectations. This is a great game, but it has its own problems, if it had a little more time and development, it could have become something wonderful, but in its current state it can be ineffective. However, I believe that 30 hours of growing carrots and cooking a few 100 g of soup is not a bad way to live in the end. Everything to finance a bright pink pastry shop.


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Pros
  • Amazingly colorful and bright voxel art
  • A relaxed and helpful village builder
  • A lot of unique furniture and blocks for the construction of various houses with
Cons
  • Lighting problems make the interiors quite claustrophobic
  • Without a time frame, health or problems, it may seem boring to some
  • The lack of guidance can lead to confusion
  • Demanding for higher-quality settings

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