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Seasons After Fall – Puzzle, Platform Game

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Seasons After Fall aka Seasons is a cute 2D platform/puzzle game made with the 3D program Blender.

Seasons after Fall is a puzzle / platform 2D game in which the player, as a wild fox, travels across the countryside, through forests and rivers, taking advantage of the changing seasons.
The player can switch between seasons at any place, any time, and see how it dynamically affects the environment : freeze rivers in winter, grow trees in summer and disperse spores using the wind in autumn.

He can also interacts with other animals : they will help him explore more places and find secret ones thanks to their unique abilities.

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