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Free demo of weaving ties knit together

It’s been getting very cold lately. Then it’s the perfect time to wrap yourself in a nice corner with a hot drink and a knitting spot with weaving ties. Developer Follow The Feathers released a free demo of comfortable aerial knits this week. You can sew the beginnings of the story together, or stick your work freely on an empty canvas.

Both Jay and I preferred weaving ties in the screenshots on Saturday Sunday. It’s also very nice to see both the pretty cloudy sheep and the Halloween quilting.

For most of the demos, you can poke the main adventure of Weaving Tides. In this adventure, you and the dragon (obviously your dad) will set off across the land and help you sew your neighbor’s farm together. Immediately realize the adventures of Dan video games, seeing troubles and traveling through dangerous knitting wilderness.

But like that girl from the journey, you’re dragging a long ribbon behind you. If you hold down the correct trigger, you can hide under the net-like webbing that makes up most of the environment. In this way, a neat twist begins in a fairly ordinary adventure – pulling closed gaps, weaving small puzzles and luring monsters into a position where you can entangle them with your thread.

Alternatively, you can go to the “playground” of the game and make a completely stress-free stitch. With these blank quilts, you can use the game’s ribbon weapons to create whatever you like. You can also capture an external image as a reference for sewing. I was terribly bad at this in a 5 minute experiment, but it’s like I can easily see that it enables some properly creative work.

If anyone can knit a scary Christmas sweater together, please let me know. “This is the season, it’s all.

A demo of Weaving Tides can be downloaded from Itch, but the full release will be released on Steam early next year.

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Sewing adventure Weaving Tides knits up a free demo

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