Ebook of Travels Seems to be Completely Enchanting in New Gameplay Presentation
Published on December 3, 2020
The Journey Book is not a game I know to this day, but I have not been able to stop thinking about this from now on. The upcoming online RPG is being prepared by Swedish studio indie Might and Delight, and from what I have seen here it looks like a magical in a 30-minute show that was released earlier this week.
Described as “Tiny Multiplayer RPG,” it is a small online game that focuses on monitoring and discovery. There’s a war, too, yes, but it takes the back of the business to play your form and interact with the world in a variety of ways.
To this end, the Book of Travels was built around a design that was necessary to not force players to one side; there is a bigger issue, but what is in the past is different from making the central pillar of what has happened.
Most of your time is spent wandering around on a hike, connecting with NPCs, art, and playing as much as you would like. You can also brew tea for a casual drink and sit next to each other!
And it is something you will surely want to do because of the Art of Travel Guide. It has a relaxing, pastel-like color that goes hand in hand with the temporary downsizing of its game. I also really like the unusual third-person interface, which makes the game look like it’s moving sideways before realizing that it’s possible to move on either side.
As you can see in the video below, a comment from director Jakob Tuchten uses a variety of machines and formats in the game, as well as describing the design of Might and Delight based on how the group wants people to participate in Book of Travels.
It seems very straightforward, an idea that probably resonates with more than 7,000 Kickstarter sponsors who have helped Book of Travels deal with the money they have earned since their lifetime.