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No Place Like Home Free Download Unfitgirl Welp, it finally happened — humanity has completely trashed Earth past the point of no return for our continued habitability. Well done, us! Did we really think the Earth was going to be the one to suffer? Of course not — it’ll turn no matter which species live on its surface; it was OURSELVES we needed to save, and now it’s too late for that. At least in this game’s universe, we’re able to abscond away to Mars, which is somehow more habitable than Earth at this point (yeah idk either, if/when it gets this bad in real life… guess we’ll just die). Ellen Newland has a ticket for the red planet, but before she leaves this once pale blue dot, she had hoped to bid her grandfather farewell; unfortunately, he’s nowhere to be found, which didn’t sit right with the aspiring cosmic refugee. Although it would be in her best interest to leave for redder pastures, something in her heart beckons her to stay… So begins No Place Like Home, a “Post Apo Farming Simulator” developed by Chicken Launcher and published by Realms Distribution. Available on PC, No Place Like Home asks players to clean, recycle, farm, befriend, craft, explore, and party on their post-apocalyptic homestead, but in like a cute and wholesome way. And with 2 different endings waiting at the end of a series of intricate questlines meant to bring life back to the cradle of humanity, it’d be a safe bet that fans of farm sims would enjoy this upbeat take on an often grim topic — will it pay out? As mentioned earlier, No Place Like Home opens up on Ellen searching for her grandfather back on his farm on Earth. Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES

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Naturally, he’s nowhere to be found; in his stead are literal mountains of trash. Unable to really do much without clearing the area and setting up shop, Ellen cleans the place up with her trusty vacuum/weapon, sucking up garbage, collecting resources, beating mechanical baddies, and building up her base. It’s dangerous to go alone, however; by her side are farm animals — both talking and the more silent variety — and the occasional NPC on hand to give her quests. By completing the quests her Earthling companions dish out, Ellen inches ever closer to not only her grandfather, but a cleaner, greener Earth. Maybe we’re not past the point of no return after all? I’m going to cut to the chase — No Place Like Home feels like a mobile game that was ported to PC, or in the very least still an Early Access title. I know firsthand how difficult launches can be (which is why I often like to review titles a week or so after release to wait for a good hotfix or two), but No Place Like Home doesn’t have little issues like some lorem ipsum here or weird spacing there. Instead, it has bigger issues to address that really boil down to a lack of balancing and polish that we might expect to come from a beta title but would hope to put behind us in a full release. There are a couple reasons why I say this: to begin with, the controls are all sorts of clunky, and some odd choices were made for seemingly unintuitive reasons. For example, when running around and trying to suck up garbage, sometimes you’ll need to turn Ellen to face you.

Land of confusion

If you remove your finger from the “s” button, she’ll snap back automatically to have her back facing you, as if you immediately pressed the “w” key afterwards. This might not seem like the biggest deal, but when trying to place buildings, gather resources, or vacuum garbage two steps behind you it’s a massive pain in the ass. I was only a few seconds in when I realized this was occurring, and after fighting with it for a few minutes I just gave up. I resigned myself to the fact that “it was just gonna be like this” and tried to keep a positive outlook, but when movement is a point of frustration in a third-person farming/exploration game, you know you’re gonna be in for a rough ride. And you know, I was right — it didn’t just end with movement. No Place Like Home, for all its hemming and hawing about how the Earth has been totally trashed by humans, only takes like 3 IRL days to clean up. No really — that’s how long you’ll need to beat the game. This entire experience is fairly streamlined because there aren’t any romance options or even any truly memorable NPCs, which, when it comes to farming simulators, is like leaving a hole in the middle of a wall of a house you just built. The quests they dish out aren’t all that dissimilar from each other, either, and when you couple that with the weird time gates on recipes and crafting plus the shallow combat mechanics and kind of app-game menu UI, No Place Like Home really gives off mobile game vibes to the point where I thought this was a PC port of a freemium title. The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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Despite all the frustrations I had with No Place Like Home, it does have some redeeming qualities. First, there are some really lovely landscapes, although what you do in them lacks variety from biome to biome. Had the camera controls been a little easier to maneuver, I could see myself enjoying the bucolic pastures after a hard day’s work of clearing trash piles, but alas, it was not meant to be for me. Second, the game flow of cleaning up garbage piles will appeal to players who take great satisfaction in cleaning games like PowerWash Simulator. I could see time ticking away in the top right corner of the screen as I plowed through trash heaps, but I couldn’t resist trying to clear each and every one. “Just one last area, let me clean up one last area…” I’d tell myself as the sun sank into the horizon, the purple and blue skies yielding their twinkling lights. Maybe someone on Mars might look down on Earth and wonder if there was anything to be done for their former home, not knowing that Ellen was literally breezing through trash like the apocalypse was nbd. Actually, that’s… kinda what I wanted to touch on before closing — No Place Like Home’s approach to the apocalypse, while interesting, felt very at odds with it’s severe backdrop. While I think all doom and gloom does considerable harm in the fight against climate change, erring so far on the other side with talking chickens and cow disco parties may not actually drive home the seriousness of the situation we really find ourselves in.

World in Technicolor

I want to stress that I don’t take this rather subjective opinion into account while scoring (because it is rather subjective), but in light of the most recent news suggesting we only have a few short years to really turn this ship around before the worst climate case scenarios, being able to singlehandedly purify a city’s worth of garbage in 3 days with shallow quests and sassy chickens… wasn’t it. Then again, the ability to actually be able to DO something about climate change was nice. Like I said, subjective — but worth mentioning for those who care about that sort of thing. No Place Like Home will draw you in with its adorable illustrations and novel premise; for fans of wholesome games, cleaning simulators, and base-building, the allure might actually work like a charm. For everyone else who’s had their eye on this post-apocalyptic farm sim, you may want to give it some time before it’s truly ready for release after a little more polish. I’m confident that, in a few months time, No Place Like Home will be cleaned up and in a much better state to receive players. Until then, keep this on your Wishlist and keep fighting the good fight against climate change to ensure Ellen’s present is as far removed from our future as possible. There are literal mounds of garbage everywhere. Playing as Ellen Newland, your job is to break them down and recycle their parts for use on your farm. You begin No Place Like Home with tools that can suck up junk, drill apart tough mounds of muck, beat robotic enemies to death, and water your plants. The Elder Scrolls III Morrowind

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It’s like a weaponised Henry Hoover paired with Super Mario Sunshine’s FLUDD water pack, and it’ll be Ellen’s closest ally in her quest to find her granddad and restore the local village to its former glory. Doing so requires breaking apart piles of garbage and then neatly hoovering it up. The mechanics are simple but make for a satisfying gameplay loop: break down junk, hoover it up, recycle. There’s a relaxing bliss in the act of tidying up across the game’s varied biomes, aided by its superb sound effects. Sucking up hundreds of rubbish scraps sounds like a veteran croupier springing through endless cards. Within the areas you’re tasked with restoring, there are other things to do besides hoovering. The land is sparsely populated by characters who remained on Earth rather than going to Mars, and they all want your help. The quests they offer, which include replacing water filters, fixing up homesteads and repairing fox dens, are straightforward. But completing them actively improves the world you’re walking around in. One early NPC tasks you with destroying the radiation-warped trees dotted around the map and planting acorns in their stead. This kind of quest doesn’t provide the same instant gratification that hoovering up trash does but the result – verdant oak trees where once there were none – scratches that itch of accomplishment that all good farming games hope to get right.

Cleaning Up Your Act

The post-apocalyptic genre has been wrung for all it’s worth. But developer Chicken Launcher has applied a healthy dose of absurdist comedy – a Napoleonic pig, well-dressed chickens, and a cast of colourful animal characters – to No Place Like Home in an effort to lighten the mood, and the palette. Rather than, say, the dingy aesthetic of the Fallout games, No Place Like Home features blue skies and lush green fields, even if they’re buried beneath tons of detritus. But rest assured: there isn’t a spot of dreary brown or boring beige in the game that you can’t completely eradicate. Occasionally you’ll uncover acid-spitting, spider-like robots. In a game where the bulk of your time is spent quietly cleaning up civilization’s refuse and admiring your handiwork, going toe-to-toe with angry mech-spiders sticks out like a sore thumb. Every time I polish off a heap of refuse to reveal a hidden foe, I sigh: it took me long enough as it is to find relaxation in No Place Like Home’s repetition, and having to fight for my life pulls me right back out of it.No Place Like Home is also riddled with spelling errors and mistakes, which makes it difficult to engage with the game’s dialogue. Alongside some other small issues, it’s harder to love No Place Like Home than it should be. Quirky, lovely games such as this one can prove the perfect chaser to this year’s more challenging titles. But, like the game’s universe, there’s still a bit left to clean up before this title can truly shine. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

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Here at the farm is where we meet our very first NPC: Cornelius, a talking chicken. He starts off the questline of the story, which is basically to try and find out what happened to Ellen’s grandpa, and every new person you meet tells you a little more information. However, one of the first things that caught my eye as I met them was that they were hidden away in mountains of rubbish. That, paired with the fact that they stand there night and day, breaks the immersion of the game, as it constantly reminded me that they are just NPCs. Speaking of the night and day cycle, this game doesn’t demand you sleep at any point, unlike other farming sims where you pass out after a few hours. I expected this to happen, so when the minutes went on and I continued just sifting through the mountains of rubbish without any warning of needing sleep, I was caught aback. Especially because I had been recently complaining to my wife that in Graveyard Keeper it’s sometimes a bit stressful that the NPCs are only available during certain times of the week, so I had to be careful. The sudden freedom of not having sleep hanging over my head was interesting, so I decided to just never sleep unless necessary (like having low health or when I wanted something to finish quickly). Once I did sleep though, I found out that the sleeping action itself is a bit… lacking.

You go to the bed, click on it, and a screen pops up suddenly that says you slept with a button that says “wake up”. As soon as you click it, the screen disappears just as abruptly as it arrived. This is when the Early Access feel started creeping in. I understand this game is an indie title, but it felt like everything was made in a bit of a rush. The sleeping action just offers that awkward screen, there are glitches everywhere (including one that teleported me from one area to another one and got me stuck and unable to move), every time I chose a dialogue option I would have to talk to them again just to choose another one, typos and misspellings, no sound or animation when you click a button and it opens a door… Those are just some of the things I encountered. None of them are game-breaking, but they do make it difficult to enjoy the experience at times; especially when I had one bug with the targeting of a door that caused me to get stuck for two hours as I tried to interact with it, couldn’t, and thought it wasn’t available yet. I then proceeded to wander around until I accidentally got to highlight it in one of my desperate attempts to find a way through. After that, I learned to check things from every angle and found two other entry points that I had missed because I had to interact with them at strange angles.

Add-ons (DLC):No Place Like Home

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
Processor: 3.2 GHz Dual Core Processor
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GTX 750 / Radeon HD 7770
Storage: 5 GB available space

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8/8.1 / Windows 10-11 (32/64bit versions)
Processor: Intel Core i5-8250U @ 3.0 GHz or AMD Ryzen 5 3500U @ 3.2 GHz
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1080 or AMD RX 6700-XT (6 GB VRAM with Shader Model 6.0 or higher)
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 80 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
Additional Notes: Windows-compatible keyboard and mouse required, optional Microsoft XBOX360 controller or compatible


  1. Open the Start menu (Windows ‘flag’ button) in the bottom left corner of the screen.
  2. At the bottom of the Start menu, type Folder Options into the Search box, then press the Enter key.
  3. Click on the View tab at the top of the Folder Options window and check the option to Show hidden files and folders (in Windows 11, this option is called Show hidden files, folders, and drives).
  4. Click Apply then OK.
  5. Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
  6. In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
  7. In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
  8. Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
  9. Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
  10. Once complete, try opening the game again


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    Inside of yuzu click File -> Open yuzu folder. This will open the yuzu configuration folder inside of explorer.
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  4. For settings open yuzu up Emulation -> Configure -> Graphics, Select OpenGL and set it to Vulkan or OpenGL. (Vulkan seems to be a bit bad atm) Then go to Controls and press Single Player and set it to custom
  5. Then Press Configure and set Player 1 to Pro Controller if you have a controller/keyboard and to Joycons if Joycons. Press Configure and press the exact buttons on your controller After you’re done press Okay and continue to the next step.
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