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Shelter's adorable spin-off Paws is out now

Paws, a standalone follow-up to Might and Delight's Shelter 2, is now available on PC. In contrast with its predecessor, which focused on an adult lynx looking after her cubs, this one puts players in the shoes (paws?) of a young lynx ...

 
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Review: Shelter 2

Underneath the vision of all but the most observant of people lay the secret lives of the animal kingdom. From the meekest field mouse to the mighty lion, each is born into a world of hardship and violence, where merely surviving is the ult...

 
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Shelter 2's latest trailer will thaw the coldest of hearts

I was reminded of Might and Delight's upcoming abstract adventure game Shelter 2 the other evening as I was winding my way up into the snowy, North Carolina highlands at dusk. As I made the last few icy turns approaching my desti...

 
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Shelter 2 dips its adorable little lynx toes into March

Despite the typical Portland bleakness, I'm all warm and fuzzy after rewatching this Cuteness in Shelter 2 video Steven posted the other week. Those lynx cubs had better not die young. We've been saying February for months now, but the game...

 
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Give me Shelter (and all its cute animals, too)

Shelter 2 is putting you higher up on its gorgeous food chain. The first game had you playing as a badger and it seems like no one wants to be a badger. So for the sequel you are a lynx, just trying to raise your family--something we ...

 
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I'm happy a game like Shelter 2 can exist

Badgers were cute in Shelter, but I prefer the lynxes of Shelter 2 -- still adorable and higher up on the food chain. This is a survival game in which you begin as a pregnant lynx, a first for the medium, I'm sure. You'll make a den, prote...

 
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The Lynx cubs in Shelter 2 are so cute!

Shelter 2 is starring a Lynx family, and today the developers have shared how much more personal the creatures will be this time around. "We wanted to continue to build features around the concept of family, besides just protecting your cub...

 
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Shelter 2 is a 'spiritual sequel' starring a new species

I liked Shelter as an out-there concept, but as a game, it just couldn't hold my attention. Might and Delight is ditching badgers for its "spiritual sequel," which instead revolves around a lynx mother attempting to raise her family, and t...

 

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