Developer Perfect Garbage has revealed a game on their Twitter that is similar to Stardew Valley, but the key point is that the gameplay includes not only casual farming simulation, but also murder mystery elements.
The project titled Grave Seasons features casual farming and slice-of-life gameplays, where players can farm and fish while interacting with villagers to improve their relationships with them.
At first glance, it seems like a typical farming simulator game, right? However, as the game progresses, players will discover that the NPCs that they have added to their friend list will have an X mark on their profile, which means that they are dead.
In order to find the real culprit, players must conduct investigations, although the specific details about the deduction gameplay have not been announced yet. It's worth noting that at the beginning of each game, the system will randomly select one person to be the serial killer.
Currently, the information released about Grave Seasons is still in the early concept stage, without any announcement regarding when the game will be released or which platforms it will be available on. Those interested will have to wait for further updates from the developers.