Forager

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Forager is the popular crafting, exploration and base building game that can best be defined as “the idle game that you want to actively keep playing”.

A quirky mix between old school 2D Zelda experiences and modern Minecraft or Terraria-like crafting games that places players into a small piece of land with just a pickaxe and a desire for expansion and exploration.

Players can buy procedurally generated lands to uncover secrets, solve puzzles, find dungeons, treasure and forgotten relics and to expand their sprawling bases. Nearly impossible to put down, there is always something to manage or work towards!

REVIEW

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Forager Review

Forager starts out incredibly strong. A huge map that is currently hidden. You get a Zelda like feeling that there is a huge adventure ahead. What initially appears to be an exciting game with lots of mysteries to uncover, actually turns out to be an endless loot grind with very little to stimulate your creative needs and sense of adventure. Forager was 5 hours of fun and 5 hours of a steady decline into “is this what I have been working toward?”. The low price tag makes this game well worth the money. It is just a shame there isn't more meat to sink your teeth into.
7/10

GUIDES

Below you will find a collection of game guides for Forager. You can see the full collection of guides using the link below. If you have some useful knowledge you would like to share with others, feel free to submit a game guide and we will publish it here for you.

Cinderbloom

Cinderbloom

You might find the odd Cinderbloom hidden away in the desert temple but this isn’t enough to keep you going. It sure won't be enough…
Fiberglass

Fiberglass

Another of the advanced components that might catch you by surprise when you are more familiar with dealing with Minecraft style elements. Fiberglass is one…
Nightbloom

Nightbloom

Nightbloom is the evil cousin of lavender. It grows in the exact same way but in a different location. You will come across this as…
Lavender

Lavender

The best friend of bees and a lovely smell, the uses for it in Forager differ slightly from the real world, but then again, how…
Circuit Board

Circuit Board

Your first encounter with this as a crafting requirement will likely be a bit of a weird one if you have not constructed the more…
Plastic

Plastic

Plastic is probably going to be the first item in Forager that leaves you a little stumped. How is plastic made in the real world?…

FAQ

Stuck and need some help? Check out some of the questions the community have asked relating to this game. If none of these answer your problem or you want to get some tips when it comes to a particular level, feel free to submit a question of your own.

[Forager] - How do you restore your health? I am down to a single heart and i do not know how to heal myself. Food doesnt seem to do anything. View Answer
[Forager] - What is the best skill to spend a spirit orb on. It is hard to decide which is best since all of the options are really good and useful. View Answer
[Forager] - Is there a way to take items from your inventory an store them in chests or some other thing that doesnt mean i have to throw the items away? View Answer
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Forager Game Guide

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Forager is a delightful adventure game where you must gather resources from the world in order to craft items, construct buildings and take on enemies. It feels like a good blend between Minecraft and The Legend of Zelda. Throughout the...
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Forager Items and Resources

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Harvesting items and resources is the core mechanic of Forager. Much like Minecraft, you must use tools to gather resources from the surrounding areas. A lot of the items in the game are fairly obvious and function as you might...
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Forager Buildings Guide

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There are many different buildings that you can construct in Forager under the main four main categories. If you are playing Forager for the first time, you will likely have many questions as to what the many different buildings do....