Do you see it?
Red Art Games has announced that As Far As The Eye, a strategic city builder is getting a physical Switch release, and pre-orders are open today.
There are just 2,900 Standard Edition copies of As Far As The Eye to go around, which you can purchase for $33. The Standard Edition includes a game box, the game itself, and an instruction booklet. There’s also the Collector’s Edition that you see above, of which there will only be 950 copies. That package, priced at $87, includes the following.
- The As Far As The Eye Standard Edition
- A Double LP album of the game’s soundtrack (22 tracks) on vinyl
- One lithography signed by ZeratoR
- A collector box
Both the Standard and Collector’s Edition of As Far As The Eye will ship out sometime in Q1 2023. You can purchase your physical edition through this link. If you’re just looking to grab the digital edition of As Far As The Eye, that will see release on Sept. 10th, 2022.
In As Far As The Eye, players have to build a mobile village and travel with their tribe toward the center of the world to a place called The Eye. This roguelike turn-based resource-management game is full of procedural situations, natural events, skill-trees and hard choices. Are you ready to move?
Players play as the wind guiding the Pupils, a tribe that must reach the center of the world. They will have to manage their resources, their buildings, and their lives. Help the Pupils grow wiser through agriculture, crafting, scientific and mystical research before the world is submerged. Be careful though, it is necessary to manage the tribe perfectly and make sure they’re not starving or surprised by the waters.
- Explore, analyze and search places of interest for long lost treasures on a procedurally generated journey
- Harvest, build, stock and leave your halt before the wave engulfs your tribe
- Tune your play session with game modifiers such as game duration, halt size, resources generation and more
- Experience a peaceful adventure as there are no enemies in As Far As The Eye
- Relive a new adventure each time thanks to the game’s Roguelike tribe system