Sometimes a videogame tells you precisely what you should know, and Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion is an ideal instance of this. You are Turnip Boy, a wanton menace to backyard society, and also you’ve simply been evicted from your private home. Time to tear stuff up.
Actually, we’ll have to attend a short time earlier than the ripping up of stuff will get shifting: Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion doesn’t come out till subsequent yr. But the announcement trailer is out right this moment, and there’s a shiny new Steam page to pore over within the meantime.
Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion has a form of Link to the Past top-down presentation, however the setting is a much more prosaic backyard, the place you’ll discover and finally develop the instruments you should get again at Mayor Onion – probably by fully dismantling the whole tax system. There are swords made from roots, offended Pig Kings to struggle, and books filled with tax code to shred into ineffective ribbons. In the trailer beneath, you’ll be able to watch as Turnip Boy finds himself a watering can, after which grows a plant sword and a boombloom (a plant bomb!), which can be utilized to blow holes in partitions, Zelda type.
It’s lovable, rural, and in some way barely punk rock on the similar time. Have a glance.
Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion is being developed by Yukon Wainczak and printed by Graffiti Games. They say Turnip Boy shall be out “when it’s done”, and in response to the trailer that’s going to most likely be someday in 2021.
We simply hope it’ll be out earlier than the submitting deadline. In the meantime, tear via our checklist of the perfect indie video games on PC in 2020.