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Cutest Games To Play Hight: Part 2

Welcome back to Part 2 of Cutest Games To Play High. In our last part, we discussed a variety of games to suit any taste of gamer or stoner. We looked at the emotional and stunningly crafted epic Spiritfarer, the adorable and crime-filled Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion, and the gorgeous but challenging dungeon crawler Hades. I believe cute games are the best way to relieve stress and they are often underestimated due to their adorable nature. They can be just as challenging, involved, powerful and challenging as any other type of game. However, they are often amazing to watch and super calming, so playing them stoned can be a real treat. Without further ado, why not move on to our final list of adorable and amazing video games.

animal crossing

So this one is perhaps a little more well-known than most of the ones I threw at you in the last part. This game is probably one of the most famous switch games that everyone started playing during the pandemic. To be honest, there’s a good reason for that, it’s super relaxing. It’s my favorite game to turn off my brain while watching cartoons, and high is even better. If you’ve never played before, I’ll walk you through how it works. You start out as a little you who’s moved to an island run by a company of tanukis. Basically raccoons but they are adorable. You earn money in different ways as well as company points. With these you can build houses, increase your population, customize your island and buy tickets to fly to other islands. You can also buy new hairstyles, clothes, accessories and accessories for your house. Collecting items is another important part of the game and you can either build items with wood, iron ore etc. or find fossils for your museum, interesting insects to sell to visiting animals, new species of fish. I love that the game plays in real time, so you come back every day to see how your visitors and the islanders are doing. It also makes the game harder to swallow, giving you a little cerebral break without making you feel guilty. Definitely a top game for anyone who just wants to break away from reality and do small tasks for a while.

Over There: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles

Let’s get back to what’s a little more obscure and take a look at this lovely game. In Yonder, you play as a kind of Link-style character running around the beautiful paradise of Gemea. Unfortunately, all is not well in this beautiful place as the Murk is slowly taking over. One of the main reasons I included this game is for its looks. The soft but somehow vivid colors, the beautiful animation and graphics, the calming views, and the super cute animals. Everything will tickle your upper brain just right. It’s more open-world than some of the other games I’ve mentioned, so if you like exploring, this game is ideal. The main goal of the game is to use creatures called Sprites to fight the Murk and restore the beauty of nature. Of course, there are plenty of other things you can do, like buying and selling items, crafting with a variety of materials, creating a working farm, and making friends with wildlife. This game is lovely and sweet while still giving you enough intrigue to keep you focused and more than a few fun challenges. If you want something closer to an RPG, I would definitely suggest Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles.


If you really prefer your old school graphics and layout, Moonlighter is the game for you. Personally, I like anything that sends you between different realms and dimensions because you know you’re going to have a real variety of places to visit. Your character is Will, a shopkeeper who dreams of bigger things. He works in the village of Rynoka, located right next to an excavation site where a set of doors was discovered. It is these gates that will allow adventurers to go from dimension to dimension in search of treasure and glory. Initially, you can just manage your shop, hire staff, manage your gold, buy and sell items, beautiful brain-sweet things. Once you start adventuring, you will encounter a variety of enemies and challenges that you can fight and conquer. For the way the game looks, again that sort of partial Pokemon vibe, the combat is actually quite complex. You’ll need to work on timing, positioning, learning all about your enemies and surroundings, mastering your weapons, and all sorts of other things in order to become an adventurer and a hero. I also love the interactive crafting mechanics as well as finding artifacts and all sorts of weird treasures. You can also make friends and all sorts of other nice and relaxed things. I love the graphics, I love the number of different ways to play and the fact that it’s not the same style.


My last game for this 2 part article is called Hob. This is an utterly beautiful fantasy action-adventure game where you play as Hob, a creature tasked with unraveling the mysteries of a collapsing world. One thing I like about this game is that you have to figure out Hob’s story as you go, not everything is passed on to you through exposition. The planet you are on is in bad shape and to fix it you must solve a variety of puzzles to open up new areas and then watch the planet change in front of you. This game is also an incredibly designed and open world for you to explore at your leisure. You can befriend strange sprites and fight bizarre creatures, so there’s something for all types of players.

Written by Tasha Porritt

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