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Platform(s): PC
Genre: Role-Playing
Publisher: XSEED Games
Developer: Voracious Games

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'Potionomics' Publishing Picked Up By XSEED Games - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on June 14, 2020 @ 12:04 a.m. PDT

Assume the role of a penniless witch named Sylvia who must save her debt-ridden potion shop from the clutches of greedy loan sharks.

Potionomics is a game about the business of brewing and selling magical potions.

Sylvia, a penniless young witch, must save her shop from the clutches of a debt collector, but she can’t do it alone. With the help of fellow merchants, fledgling adventurers, and an overbearing owl, Sylvia will master the art of potion brewing and the nuance of salesmanship to rescue her shop. After using magical ingredients to brew up a bevy of potent wares, the budding entrepreneur will wheel and deal to make sales with a colorful cast of fickle customers, all while tackling fierce competition and an ever-changing economy.

Along the way she’ll encounter classic RPG creatures and heroes of all sizes. Sprinkle in some magic and players are in for a fantastical adventure unlike any they’ve ever experienced before!

XSEED Games announced their partnership with indie studio Voracious Games to fund the ongoing development of and publish Potionomics, the shop simulator/RPG which has already amassed a following of indie game fans with its gorgeous visuals and engaging combination of magic and commerce.

Key Features:

  • Gather ingredients, light your cauldron, and brew up some potions! Master the art of running a potion shop in a fantastical world.
  • Barter, haggle, and negotiate with a slew of demanding customers.
  • Interact with fantastic (and not so fantastic) characters that can help you on your way to riches.

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