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1、<p>The First Tree is an adventure game set in the Alaskan wilderness, and it’s just been released on iOS and Android devices after an earlier release on PC and consoles.</p><p>Created by indie developer David Wehle, The First Tree centres on two stories that run parallel to each other: the first about a fox attempting to reunite with her lost family, and the second about a son reconnecting with his father in the wilds. You control the fox as she embarks on her journey that interweaves with the story of the father and son.</p><p>It’s not a long game. The First Tree may take up about two hours of your time. It’s a title best suited for gamers who enjoy peaceful, poignant adventure games like Firewatch, Journey or Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture. Wehle even says this isn’t a “fox simulator”. It isn’t about overcoming the harshness of the wilds through deep survival mechanics and gruesome combat with other predators. Instead, it’s an intimate, emotional story with unforgettable narrative beats and a powerful ending.</p>
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