Games like Minecraft, Stardew Valley and Terraria have a certain appeal where players to spend countless hours grinding and building. Forager, developed by HopFrog, gets most of the formula right but what is it about this experience that sets it apart from others? When I first booted the game and tried to find my way around our small starting island, I was underwhelmed. However, upon receiving my first few items and unlocking my second area, things began to pick up at a crazy speed and suddenly several hours had already gone by and when I wasn’t playing the game, I was thinking about what kind of things my marshmallow friend would soon discover. Set as a 2D mostly open world, players will take control of a little humanoid marshmallow equipped with a pickaxe and a small backpack. Unlike Minecraft, you won’t have an entire world to explore let alone much of an island to navigate around. It does, however, force players to earn their adventure by unlocking new islands. New Islands will have various new resources and a few dungeons with some really cool levels and neat puzzles. You’ll begin with a tiny island with a small list of resources to collect all the while protecting yourself...