Little Nook welcomes everyone to play the demo for their whimsical and heart-tugging adventure puzzler Pine Hearts during Steam Next Fest. The game is a love letter to those who have experienced loss and want to find a wholesome refuge to unwind and remember fond memories.

The picturesque Caravan Park awaits your most beloved handheld device as you take on the role of Tyke, hop into your wee hiking boots, and begin an adventure to unravel a whimsical tale while discovering secrets and unlocking new paths. Create a lovely refuge for yourself and your friends in this wholesome land of puzzles and wild ‘n’ warming aesthetics.

Pine Hearts Demo features:

  • An introduction to Tyke and the start of his journey in Pine Hearts Caravan Park
  • Explore the first region of the game, the Campsite, where you will help an eccentric camper track down a mysterious monster in the woods.
  • Gather wood for campfires, munch some marshmallows and pet dogs, and learn how to grill the perfect burger.
  • Jump into the first of Tyke’s childhood memories as he reflects on times he spent in the park with his father.

The Steam Next Fest demo will feature the following accessibility options: Simplified Controls, Colour Blocking Mode, and Control Rebinding. An accessibility onboarding flow will also allow users to make quick choices about their options before they jump into gameplay. 

Players can wishlist Pine Hearts on Steam now and stay tuned for more news on Twitter and Instagram.

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