Start a new life in the enchanting town of Portia! Restore your Pa's neglected workshop to its former glory by fulfilling commissions, growing crops, raising animals, and befriending the quirky inhabitants of this charming post-apocalyptic land!
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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“With a game of the scope of My Time at Portia, we need to ensure we get all the different mechanics balanced correctly, creating an amazing new experience for players. That’s why it’s so important for us to get player feedback whilst on this journey of Early Access, helping us create something truly special.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“We anticipate that the game will go through approximately 9 months of Early Access. This will allow us time to incorporate feedback from the player base and evolve our vision.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“The full version of the game will feature all the updates and features amassed throughout Early Access. By the time we launch out of Early Access all sandbox elements will be fully implemented, with all story and endgame content added.
To be added:
• New Areas
• New Commissions and Side Quests
• New Story Content
• More Mini-games
• Keep, Raise and Ride Animals”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“My Time at Portia is in a polished state where you can instantly play up to 25 hours of content, with lots to craft, a huge amount of story, commissions to fulfill, and areas to explore. Plus, lots of your fellow Portians have been added for you to meet, greet and even romance. The game is jam-packed full on content for you to lose yourself in sandbox simulation, but we will keep adding more!”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“We are planning on increasing the price when we leave Early Access. Those that join us early will have a lower cost to pay, and the ability to craft what the game becomes!”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“Together with Team17, our publisher, we’ll be in the forums reading all the feedback from the My Time at Portia community. We’ll be updating the game regularly with new features, balances and tweaks based upon what we’re hearing from you.”
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November 19

Autumn Festival Update – Live Now! (changelist included)



Hey Portians!

The Autumn Festival update (‘Update 10’) is here!

First of all, we’d like to let you know that this update doesn’t contain any new story missions. Why? Well, the main story is reaching its climax and we want a little bit more time to add some polish to it.

This update focuses on the Autumn Festival, as well as new spouse, bed and house features, as well as various optimisations and bug fixes.



We’ve been receiving feedback from some players that they were experiencing a less than optimal frame rate when playing the game, even though they had the recommend graphics card. We’ve been gathering this feedback from the forums, reviews and on social media so that we can address this issue faster. We are pleased to share that we have improved frame rate performance by roughly 20% across the board! Whilst we’re pleased with the improvements, we are aware things might not be perfect yet, so if you still have a low frame rate, please let us know in the Report a Problem forum.

Below is the changelist for the Autumn Festival update. Feel free to check what else is new here or go explore and discover the new content in-game for yourself!

Changelist
Added:
  • Django will help players with food recipes.
  • Players can now upgrade the factory and add more machines and remote assembly consoles.
  • Added automatic assembly capability for products made in the factory.
  • Players can move their beds freely. And the animation of players going bed and getting up has changed.
  • Added roller brush and floor brush that can change the colour of the wallpaper and floor.
  • Added cooking guide.
  • Added badge exchange place for Autumn Festival.
  • Added fishing spots in swamp and Starlight Island
  • Added sound effects to the drum, piano, bubble machine, and fireplace.
  • Added environmental sound effects for windmills and many other things.
  • Added a new hazardous dungeon.
  • Players can invite NPCs to ride with them.
  • Added a special effect when picking up a badge and when the badge has been shot down in the mission of 'Try to find the items'
  • Added voice recordings.
  • Added a new holiday - Autumn Festival
  • Players can take photo with QQ, Pinky, Scraps and Papa Bear.
  • Players can take photos with NPCs in Winter Solstice.
  • Players can have more interactions with Pinky and Scraps.
  • Added a special animation for player's spouse when making way for the player.
  • Once all missions relating to Mint are complete, Mint will go to work.
  • Players can ask their spouse to follow them once they are married.
  • Optimized the house models for Albert, Merlin, Isaac, Dr. Xu, and Higgins. Added a room for Mint in Gale's house.
  • Added new furniture items that players can interact with with their spouses.
  • Added the scene that players sleeping with their spouses.
  • Players can place items on tables and in cabinets.
  • Added a new abandoned ruin in the swamp area.
  • A holiday/activity reminder will show on the bottom left of the screen
Adjusted:
  • Players can teleport out of the dungeon any time before they meet the boss.
  • Optimized how the grass looks in game.
  • Changed NPCs greeting words after getting married.
  • Decreased the favour points players can get from lighting up the Kingming's lantern.
  • Optimized the animation of NPC rollover.
  • Adjusted the appearance order of all diagrams. Players will get the lower level diagrams first.
  • Changed the appearance of the rifle into the toy rifle.
  • Changed the loading screen pictures.
Bug Fixes:
  • Fixed the time counting error when crafting items.
  • Fixed the bug causing the blanket to disappear when chatting on the grass.
  • Fixed the bug preventing Mint from appearing when chatting on the grass with him.
  • Fixed the bug that when interacting with NPC in the horse racing competition, NPC might teleport from no where.
  • Fixed the display error when saving the game after the Martial Arts Tournament UI appears.
  • Fixed the bug that in the second day of the Martial Arts Tournament, the participants might change if you load the second day's file.
  • Fixed the bug that when marrying Lucy, the cutscene will show two Lucys.
  • Fixed several bugs in the mission related to Emily.
  • Adjusted the model of Tody, so that the model will keep consistant with the art.
  • Fixed the bug that NPCs will fight each other after the Martial Arts Tournament.
  • Fixed some script errors.
  • Fixed the bug that some NPCs will get stuck in some of the houses.
  • Fixed the bug preventing harbour orders from being submitted.
  • Fixed the bug that the player's horse might appear on the stage during the Martial Arts Tournament.
  • Fixed the bug that a new cooking set might appear on the second floor of the house.
  • Fixed the bug that when Ginger says she wants to change the wallpaper, the screen will freeze.
  • Optimized the way to upgrade and move the house in A&G Constructio
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November 16

New content sneak peek - Autumn Festival update



Hey Portians,

Spoiler alert! We’re showing off some new content that’s coming in the Autumn Festival update.

Last week, we shared with you some information about the new holiday – the Autumn Festival. This week, we’ll be looking at the new interactions you’ll be able to engage in with NPCs and world items, as well as some new customization options for your home!


New spouse interactions and shared furniture!

When you first arrive in Portia, you’ll find a humble, single bed along with your level 1 house. You’ve probably noticed that while you upgrade your house, your single bed still stays the same size, not reflecting the wider improvements to your home. Even when you become wealthy in Portia, or got married, you still haven’t been able to upgrade your bed. On top of that, you weren’t able to view your Portian resting after a hard days work!

Well, things are changing in this update! First of all, we’re adding a queen size bed! After all, we felt a bit guilty keeping you in that small bed when you’ve been fighting, farming and adventuring all day. But wait, there’s more! You can even claim the side of the bed you want! (Which as we all know, is integral to the sleeping experience!)



The new bed is more than just a model though, we’ve added new animations to make sleeping more meaningful to the player. For example, if you have a male spouse, you’ll see yourself get into bed and snuggle up to your spouse’s arms.



When the morning comes and you wake up, you’ll find that you’re no longer automatically stood in front of your bed. Instead, you’ll see yourself snoozing with your spouse (or with plenty of bed space if you’re single). When you’re ready to wake up, you can simply press the get up button. Just remember, you won’t become Portia’s #1 builder by staying in bed all day, so you’ll automatically wake up after a set period of time.



To compliment the addition of the queen size bed, there’ll also be other furniture that both yourself and your spouse will be able to interact with. Examples include the double lounge chair, rocking chair, and the mini-carousel!

We’ve added these as we agreed with the feedback we’d seen from the community that you’d like to be able to interact with your spouse more, allowing you to act more like a couple, rather than your spouse being a helper around the house/workshop.

We hope the furniture that you can interact with will make the Portian experience more genuine for you. If this new type of furniture is well received, we’ll add more of this type of furniture in the future – so let us know what you think!



New decoration options!

To further empower our players to customize their home, this update will give you the ability to place food, toys and other small items on top of tables and draws. What will you have on display?



New wallpapers and flooring options!

Are you wanting to give your home an Autumn makeover? If your answer is yes, then we’ve got some good news for you! In the Autumn Festival update we’re adding two new tools – the floor rush and the roller brush. These new additions will allow you to change the colours of both the wallpaper and flooring/patterns as you desire!

It almost feels like you’re moving into a new home!



That wraps up today’s update! We hope you like what we’ve revealed, feel free to let us know what you think in the comments below, over on the Steam forums or via the My Time At Portia Twitter account!
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DEMO INSTRUCTIONS

*PLEASE NOTE* Game saves from the My Time at Portia Demo ARE NOT COMPATIBLE with the full version of the game.

Please start a New Game and remove any previous saves.

About This Game

Start a new life in the enchanting town of Portia! Restore your Pa's neglected workshop to its former glory by fulfilling commissions, growing crops, raising animals, and befriending the quirky inhabitants of this charming post-apocalyptic land!

Armed with your Pa's old handbook and workbench, you must gather, mine and craft your way to being crowned the number one workshop in Portia. Help the locals rebuild the town and uncover the secrets locked deep away beneath it. Be prepared though…it won't be easy!

The town of Portia is full of friendly new faces for you to meet. Make friends, complete requests, exchange gifts, go on dates and let romance blossom!

Inspired by the magic of Studio Ghibli, My Time at Portia whisks you away to a world of wonder that you won't forget. How will you spend your time at Portia?

Key Features:


BUILD YOUR WORKSHOP: Build your Pa's derelict workshop into the best in Portia! Gather resources and craft your way into the hearts of the local community, as you work through daily commissions and villager requests.



RUN YOUR OWN FARM: Grow and nurture your own crops, raise animals and convert the empty woodland surrounding your workshop into a quaint little farm! My Time at Portia offers an innovative approach to farming, allowing you to take advantage of planter boxes and semi-automatic irrigation systems. You can even take your horse or llama out for a ride around the town!




GET CREATIVE: Make your house a home! Apply your personal touch with an exciting range of craftable furniture, decorations and workshop upgrades. Not only will it look great, but each piece will add stat boosts to your character!




JOIN THE COMMUNITY: Become a part of Portia's extraordinary community! Filled with a vibrant cast of unforgettable faces all with energetic personalities, daily routines and exciting stories to share. They go to work, have dinner in restaurants, exercise and interact with each other in lots of interesting ways - make sure you take the time to get to know them all! Who knows, maybe romance could be in the air?



EXPLORE AND BATTLE: Delve deep into the ancient ruins and dungeons of Portia. Grab your pickaxe and Relic Scanner and mine for resources and treasures from the past. Make sure that you equip a weapon, there’s hordes of fearsome monsters and deadly bosses that stand between you and that precious loot!




SKILL UP: Level up your character with a variety of skills to aid you in your adventures. Decide on whether to boost your crafting, combat or social skills depending on your play style.




AND THERE’S MORE: My Time at Portia has something for everyone! Find and explore new lands, take part in regular in-game festivals and many other activities it’s up to you how you spend your time. Why not hone your culinary skills and cook up some tasty food? Take on one of the many mini-games? Or perhaps just kick back and spend the afternoon fishing? The choice is yours!





Whilst the game is in Early Access, we’ll be adding tons more content with regular updates, with:

New story missions
New locations
New items
New Features
New buildings
New mini games and pub games!
New seasonal events!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 7+ / 8.1 / 10 64 bit
    • Processor: Intel i3 Processor
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI 5770, Nvidia GeForce GTX 460
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 10 64 bit
    • Processor: Intel i7 Processor
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX960+
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 10 GB available space

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