If you’re curious about which new games have a lot of gameplay time on Steam, you probably won’t be surprised to hear games like Final Fantasy, Tribes of Midgard, Chernoblyte, and The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles he did very well in July.
But you may be surprised to learn that in the free games department, one of Steam’s biggest hits of July it was a platform game in which you are an alpaca that collects chickens on your back and you can play from start to finish in less than five minutes.
This is short! But is it sweet? Frankly, yes. In Alpaca Stacka, you are the titular alpaca, which goes to a party thrown by a hen. But a local squirrel, totally enraged because he had not been invited to the corral, has set free all the creatures in the hen. Mama Hen, bewildered and unable to do anything to locate her missing children, puts her alpaca friend Paz in the case, so she runs around the island looking for the escaped chicks.
Your search will help you with a list of clues as to where the chicks might be or what they might be doing, as well as the fact that the island is quite small, as well as the fact that the chicks don't hide much. I mean, one is sitting in a puddle of mud right next to the feather from which he escaped. The clue was that he likes to play in the mud. The other clue was that it's literally in plain sight.
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So it’s not much, really, but it’s beautiful and showy, and apparently a lot of people played it in July, which made me want to play it too, which I did and it took four minutes. But I think four minutes was well spent.
If you find and collect all the chicks, they will sit on the back of the alpaca in a large swaying pile, and a large swaying pile of chicks is a satisfying thing, even if only for a couple of minutes. You can also take them home one by one, but trust me, go back-stack.