| Savannah Simulator|
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In Savannah Simulator, you simulate the lives of animals native to the African savannahs. In doing so, this means you must hunt or forage for food and resources, form a pack of animals of the same species, claim territories, and avoid dangers. Playing as a carnivore will focus more around stealth and hunting, and playing as a herbivore will focus more on avoiding predators and finding food. Both animal types can encounter poachers, which can shoot at them from afar.
All animals are divided into different sizes:
- Big: Are able to reach higher areas, such as treetops, and are more durable, but are easily detected by poachers and cannot fit into smaller areas.
- Regular: Balanced between Big and Small sizes.
- Small: Can fit through smaller areas, such as burrows, and aren't as easily detected by poachers, but are more frail.
And have different stats:
- Strength: Determines how well an animal can take down prey or fend off predators.
- Speed: Determines how fast an animal can run.
- Stamina: Determines how much energy an animal can use up before needing to rest or eat.
- Adam states that his inspiration for the game came from a game with a similar concept known as Shelter 2, in which the player controls a mother lynx defending her cubs.