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Spiritfarer is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that dares to explore themes and relationships rarely contemplated in video games. Acclaimed developer Thunder Lotus masterfully plops the player into the shoes (and floppy hat) of Stella, a plucky, newly ordained ferrymaster for the deceased. In short, you’re a “spiritfarer” — but it’s much less an occupation and much more, a journey. On the surface, it’s a cozy management game, where familiar mechanics like farming and crafting certainly play a role — and customizing your ship adds a dash of fun. But digging a little deeper, at its core, Spiritfarer is a magical and emotional opus, chock full of wonderful characters with whom deep bonds are formed. Sadly (but also, quite profoundly), these relationships are fleeting, as the inevitability remains: the passengers are dying, and you’re escorting them to the afterlife. We can say, with absolute certainty, that you will cry while playing Spiritfarer — probably multiple times — because saying goodbye to pals is always hard. Yet, as vast as the world is, traversing hundreds of miles of ocean and islands, the real marvel here is the internalized heart. We guarantee that every memory of your time spent with this well-dressed, gregarious and incredibly charming cast of creatures will be indelibly imprinted upon your soul.
Exploring the Collector’s Edition:
We couldn’t recommend Spiritfarer more enthusiastically, and as such, we’ve crafted a collector’s edition befitting of its carefully crafted nuances. In true iam8bit fashion, we’ve created an ultra custom and premium Collector’s Edition experience, starting with the packaging itself. It’s a lovely box in which to house all of the cool contents, sure, but also — it doubles as a stunning and functional display piece. Simply turn on the included 1:1 replica Everlight and — viola — the lantern illuminates, inspiring the diecut constellations to magically glow. It’s 360-degree design makes it oh so appropriate as a tabletop centerpiece - or perhaps floating overhead, dangling from a ceiling hook.
Additionally, we’ve included several incredible items that speak to the emotional cadence of the game. One of our favorites is a Postcard and Stamp set, lovingly detailed with fan favorite locations from the game. While most of the postcards are meant to be displayed, one rather unique card is meant to be personalized by you and actually mailed off — but we’ll let you discover why.
Rounding out the deluxe package are a set of recipe cards; digital soundtrack and 96-page digital art book; and, no doubt — a physical version of Spiritfarer, featuring exclusive, reversible cover art by renowned artist Aidan Yetman-Michaelson. We highly recommend this Collector’s Edition of Spiritfarer if you’re looking to discover and/or deepen your relationship with one of the most stunningly gorgeous and intimately poignant games ever made.