Absolutely! If you decide to click that buy button, I’ll PM you server details
Oh also before you buy, a warning. Dedicated server has been running at like 90%. The recent Mistlands update seems to have upped networking requirements a pinch. So there are occasional bits of lag or the sense you can’t interact with the world. Really rather annoying. Can usually be fixed by logging out of server and back in. Says something that we keep playing anyway, but be warned. Small team made the game, so it’s not a polished AAA game! I have a beefy server and a 300/300 mbps connection all wired, so the issues are about as minimized as they can be. But they still occur for some players from time to time. It is not an issue for playing local solo games.
EDIT: Ohhh! Saw something on Reddit that triggered my brain, realized I was missing something from WIndows Firewall, and was finally able to remove PlayFab cross play (only needed for non-Steam players) from our servers. I think that’ll fix the issues we’ve been seeing
I played among trees for a bit, it’s very calming and they updated to include a little fox friend! I like the music and gathering/crafting. The scenes are beautiful, and watching the light change is fun. There’s not much to it, though. I appreciated they have a safe mode without the bear for me, a baby
FWIW I solved that issue; had removed a hard drive and forgot to update the firewall rule for the server. Having corrected that, I removed crossplay/PlayFab, and now Valheim is running like a champ again! 8 adults and 3 teens playing on the server!
I’m looking for a new game for our 6.5 year old with only building, no fighting. He plays BotW, Minecraft, Pokemon Sword, and maybe occasionally some Valheim But he sometimes decides they’re all too scary and works himself up so he doesn’t sleep well.
Maybe we should start with Animal Crossing, but Bear and Breakfast looks sillier and I like it
I’ve only played a few hours of Bear and Breakfast—no fighting, but there are some spooky areas and tbh I didn’t find it easy to play (why I stopped). What about a cute adventure game like A Short Walk? You can build lil campsites and explore!