Source: Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulator | Official Steam Page

Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulator is a game you use tools and plants to create potions. Players have a wide range of herbs, mushrooms, berries, fruits and minerals to try. Those that enjoy farming simulators may also enjoy the feature of growing your own ingredients.

One of the key features of this game promotes is the use of tools. Most games will use tools on the player’s behalf, however Potion Craft is different. Instead, the player will have to grind their ingredients themselves using the tools available. The fineness of ingredients matters – so it’s all dependent on the player.

As for the potion making itself, it’s a mixture of trial and error. With a variety of bases and ingredients, who knows what will come out of the cauldron. All sorts of effects such as ingredients, water, the grind and the temperature of coals will change the end result.

Players aren’t left completely helpless however. There is an alchemy map available to players to help them on the path of alchemy – or they can just throw everything in and hope for the best.

Source: Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulator | Official Steam Page

The way to get ingredients and tools is money, and money is earned through selling potions. The morals is entirely up to the player – like selling fake healing potions that are actually poison. However, players will have to remember that their actions will sometimes have consequences. Gain influence, money, and power through what you do. Or have the entire town turn against you.

Other Features Include:

  • Unique visuals inspired by medieval manuscripts and medical books.
  • Hyper satisfying physical interactions with ingredients and equipment.
  • Sandbox style gameplay where you have many different avenues available, and it’s up to you to figure out the best way to complete each task.
  • Sell your potions to the townsfolk while roleplaying as a noble artisan, a greedy weasel, an occult dark master, or whomever else you may wish to be!

Potion Craft will be available on Steam this year, with a demo already available. Check out the official website and watch the trailer here: