Akimi Village is the kind of game that children should be playing. It’s violence free and cute, yes, but it’s also engaging and challenging at the same time. Adults can enjoy it, younger kids will lap it up and, with the social interaction features this is a game you can lose a lot of time into.
|A builder’s work is never done|
It starts out relaxing enough. You wake up on an island that has succumbed to misery – its inhabitants, the Akimi, little more that ghostly shells of their former selves. You have no idea how you got there, but a raccoon-thing tells you you need to save the island. By building up a vibrant and active community, you can reclaim that land little chunks at a time, and eventually earn a trip back to the real world.
|It doesn’t take long for this empty patch of land to become absolutely packed with buildings an busy Akimi|