Woodland Survival Game On My Own Reaches Halfway Mark


Live deliberately in a simpler time and place. Discover the teachings of the peaceful woods around you. Enjoy retro art and an awesome soundtrack. This is what you’ll experience in On My Own, a woodland survival adventure title from Close Studios and Beach Interactive. You can currently experience the Early Access version of this game on Steam – and it’s the perfect time to try it out. In celebration of the game’s 50% completion mark, On My Own is only $2.99 on Steam. To learn more about crafting, biomes, and the game’s interface, visit the Official On My Own Wiki on Gamepedia.



“Do not go where the path my head, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson


Escape the hustle and bustle of the world around you with On My Own. Lose yourself in this 2D, randomly generated adventure full of Transcendentalist quotes and wild, wonderful flora. The game is a refreshing mix of age-old survival tactics combined with the calm of nature. Front only the essential facts of life and learn from the woods around you. Current game features include:

  • Randomly Generated World – You’ll never experience the same environment twice
  • Explore & Survive – Hunt, trap, and gather supplies to maintain your stats and survive
  • Work Smarter – Craft helpful items that will aid you in your tasks
  • Beautiful World – This charming and colorful world includes delightful animations and soothing music


To view the tranquil world of On My Own, view this preview trailer below.



On My Own is available to PC, Mac, and Linux users on Steam right now. The sale will last throughout this weekend, so be sure to take advantage of this steep discount as soon as possible. You can also check out the game on the Google Play and Apple App Store. For regular game updates, follow both the game and Beach Interactive on Facebook. To learn more about this title or to contribute your own game knowledge, head over to the Official On My Own Wiki on Gamepedia.



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