Journey of life is a survival sandbox game where the player finds himself on a group of islands where each island has a different biome with different flora and fauna.
In order to build a village, the player needs to create a variety of stations that will process materials found on the islands into components used in crafting tools and weapons needed for survival.
Player needs to build a dock on the coast to be able to construct a ship used in sailing between islands. Before the ability to departure, the player needs to fill the ship with resources such as food and water to survive the stormy seas!d.
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- Bird AI
- Compost block
- Farming plot
- Pine tree (no logic for chopping yet)
- Mango Seed
- Berries Seed
- Pandanus fruit
- Air Blower
- Ship Dock
- Plank 1m, 2m (Sawmill missing)
- Banana Stump
- Animal icons
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