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The Game Awards nominated RPG is free to try and download now

The Game Awards nominated RPG is free to try and download now

It's time to try something new and nominated

Now is your chance to play this Game Awards nominated RPG. In fact, it wasn’t just the Game Awards that was impressed by I Was a Teenage Exocolonist, both BAFTA and the Independent Game Festival gave the game a nod of approval.

Now it’s your chance to give it a try. All you need is a Steam account and you’re good to go. I Was a Teenage Exocolonist is a story-driven RPG where your every choice matters and alters your experience.

I Was a Teenage Exocolonist is Steam Deck Verified.

According to the Steam page, the game has you “spend your teenage years on an alien planet in this narrative RPG with card-based battles”. It’s up to you to “explore, grow up, and fall in love. The choices you make and skills you master over 10 years will determine the course of your life and the survival of your colony”. Quite a different take on a story that seems full of love underneath some truly gorgeous and cute visuals.

There’s plenty to sink your teeth into here including 800+ story events, over 250 cards to use in the battle system, 29 different endings, and lots of dateable NPCs. You can use all these lovely reasons to replay the game over and over, living different lives and working unique jobs while you represent your colony.

I Was a Teenage Exocolonist currently has a rating of Overwhelmingly Positive on Steam with over 2,000 reviews so far. With all this positivity around the game, it’s bound to be an enjoyable adventure. It’s perfect for those cosy evenings and is also Steam Deck Verified if you want to play on the go, or in bed.

You can download the demo today and if you love it, the game is currently running a 30% off promotion, so you can snag yourself a bargain too.

Featured Image Credit: Valve, Finji

Topics: Steam, Free Games, PC