Spiritfarer for PC
PC - Windows


Aug 18, 2020
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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


Spiritfarer is a cozy management game about dying. As ferrymaster to the deceased, build a boat to explore the world, care for your spirit friends, and guide them across mystical seas to finally release them into the afterlife. What will you leave behind?

Gamer Reviews

5506 Reviews
0 review
Sep 3, 2020
Amazing game. Really good art, nice way to tell a story, making you feel attached to characters in a way I hadn't seen before. It's really relaxing and has a lot of interesting mechanics to feel always entertained, keeping you hooked. There is a lot of stuff to collect, like fish or minerals to build houses or more, a lot of fish to fish, a limited but still nice wardrobe system and a lot more stuff. Only thing I'd say it's bad is probably the controls: it can be played with only the left hand, as you don't have to use the mouse, which I found weird, and the same butten has three funtionalities, so it gets annoying when one triggers and not the other. But it is a pretty minor thing. Recommended.


Dec 13, 2020

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

19 Reviews
Joe JubaAug 18, 2020
Even though you can technically keep sailing around after the credits, that feels unnecessary. The journey is complete, and I was satisfied by that sense of closure. Despite occasional rough waters in the pacing and characters, Spiritfarer is a voyage I will remember fondly.
Eric Van AllenAug 18, 2020
Spiritfarer is a cozy game about helping spirits move on. Its wide scope of systems and resources can sometimes get in its own way, but when working in harmony it unveils a touching narrative, all the while adorned by gorgeous art. Best enjoyed in small pieces, Spiritfarer is a warm and inviting world to get lost in, with the occasional emotional gut punch for good measure.
Heather JohnsonSep 01, 2020
For smooth sailing, be sure to choose the Switch version of Spiritfarer over anything with achievements enabled. Regardless of the conduit, you should absolutely play this cozy management sim about dying — just be sure to keep the tissues nearby.

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