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Swords ‘n Magic and Stuff patched in new region, crafting, and farming in the Farm ‘n Forge update

Swords ‘n Magic: Enhanced Edition is an MMORPG developed by Game-Labs and released on Steam in 2017. This is a big patch for the game, which is currently in Beta and was released on Steam for Windows in March. With this patch, they added: A new region with three large cities and many smaller towns and villages. A new crafting system based around a building that can be placed in the world. A new farming system that lets you grow crops with a seed. The ability to run dungeons and quests in a group. A new world map with special events in different countries Various bug fixes

As you may know if you’ve been following the news at all, Swords ‘n Magic and Stuff has been patched in a brand new region that has been updated with a ton of new content. This update has added a whole bunch of new things to do, and some new features that make your life easier.


The game is named Swords ‘n Magic and Stuff, but due to the Farm ‘n Forge update, you can now add Farming ‘n Smithing, Cooking ‘n Tailoring, and Cooking ‘n Tailoring to the mix.

This latest update, which was released on July 22nd, enables players to board a boat and go to the Farmlands zone, which is double the size of the Azura Island where the game begins. There’s plenty of farming to be had, as the update’s title and the new zone’s name suggest, as well as other crafts vocations including woodworking, tailoring, blacksmithing, and cooking. New horses, over 500 new items, the first section of the Windless Woods zone, new costumes to acquire, new monsters to fight, and the promise of “tons more” are all on the way.

Swords ‘n Magic and Stuff is a multiplayer RPG that first made its Steam early access debut in September 2020. For those who are unfamiliar with the game, it is a multiplayer RPG that first made its Steam early access debut in September 2020. The game initially caught our attention in March, promising a bright, blocky, adorable adventure world with a focus on co-op gameplay. The game surpassed its original Kickstarter goal almost quickly, raising over $79,000 in the process, and has since released a slew of updates, events, and tweaks.


Greg Baskerville
Greg Baskerville
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