Cult Of The Lamb, the successful Roguelike told by Steam Reviews

A creature is squeezed by a tentacle.

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cult of the lambthe roguelite adventure game my boxAri Notis himself called “giddy original” in your review, is developing the unshakeable faith of his followers. But I haven’t played the game yet, released on August 11, so as an unshaven California girl in the ’60s, I need someone to show me the light. What better place to find it than on Steam?

hm. The sun, its reflection in the waves of the sea and the battery-operated lights inside this Polly Pocket party bus from 2004 they are perhaps purer sources of metaphorical and physical light than Steam. They are also hands down better save sites than most gaming websites (said respectfully as someone with an active Reddit account).

But Polly Pocket can’t tell me everything I need to know about cult of the lamb, like the way the game’s dazzlingly colorful gameplay blends construction simulation elements, role-playing elements, and a randomly generated world for a story focused on becoming a popular and powerful lamb god. Polly Pocket has no brain.

cult of the lambexcitingly, it is attractive to both hell Y animal crossing fans. I like it hellthe game uses repetition to build and expand its universe, which is filled with curled-up, googly-eyed creatures like animal crossing. The titular lamb, possessed yet still cute, is like a TikTok content creator, except he might be incorrectly seen as more worthy of worship since he doesn’t have the thumbs to commit tax fraud. However, the lamb remains a selfish manipulator, and the game fiendishly prompts its players to question whether being a hollow shell with a flock is more fun than they’d like it to be.

Me my box co-workers gave cult of the lamb two cloven hooves, and on Steam, the majority of the 18,342 reviews, at the time of writing, are enthusiastic about the cause. So look around you sheep, this is what you’re meant for.

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

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A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

Many of the positive reviews are about poop, which is an important part of growing up for any cult member. healthy diet.

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

There are some non-believers. Mainly, players are frustrated with the bugs in the game (which the developers seems to be actively working).

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

Some faith just needs to be blind.

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

A Steam user reviews the game Cult of the Lamb.

Screenshot: Valve / Kotaku

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