Running a small shop in the Middle Ages, is that a hidden dream for you? Very clearly, it has never been one for me, and yet, for about ten hours, I had the pleasure of running a medieval shop, and I finally took more pleasure in it than I thought so! A brief overview of Winkeltje: The Little Shopwhich was released from early access on April 22 on PC.
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For a few hours, we will act a little mechanically with a few objectives in mind: to have more items to sell, a prettier shop to attract more customers, and always make more profits. Seemingly simple challenges, but which, depending on the difficulty mode chosen, will be damn complex. Indeed, the game will not manage a customer disappointment in “simple” mode in the same way as in a higher difficulty mode, which will have devastating effects on your reputation, and could even lead to ruin very quickly. We will quickly surround ourselves with a few employees so that the shelving is more efficient, always paying attention to being able to pay them. After experiencing this, the employee didn’t come to work (logical) and then had her morale down, which made her less efficient. I also really liked the idea of being able to specialize: you can play the honest craftsman and become a cook or a blacksmith, or be more vicious and set yourself the goal of making the most profit by buying the raw material cheaper as possible. In any case, it’s fun and it renews the interest a bit, even if you won’t take away the idea that the game is very repetitive after a few hours.
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Because yes, despite a large number of furniture and recipes to unlock, the Sassybot studio has not managed to diversify its game loop so as to avoid a certain weariness. Half a dozen hours of play will have been enough to give rise to a feeling of weariness in me. I was far from having explored all the possibilities, but that no longer motivated me as much.
Graphically, the title is intended to be warm, if not technically sharp. We are faced with a game that will run on modest configurations, and which wants to be fluid in all circumstances. Regarding the soundtrack, I admit having deactivated it after only an hour, the latter not having marked me excessively and being – too! – quite repetitive.
Winkeltje is a nice title to browse and which will keep you in suspense for a while, as long as you are not too sensitive to a repetitive game loop (a little in essence unfortunately), and which is very affordable, with a price displayed at €12.49 on Steam.