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On My Own
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Games - Adventure||2.2||November 20, 2017||3.66|
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Version 2.2 released on November 20, 2017
Updated In App Purchase tools.
The complete version of On My Own is now available in this update!
This update includes (but is not limited to):
- New biome: The Mountain
- New animal: Porcupine
- New items: Bundle Bow, Bear Jacket, and secret items
- Seasonal interface with summer, fall, winter, spring
- Game achievements
- New sound effects and music
- Bug fixes, and visual updates
Version 2.1 released on March 22, 2016
Version 2.0 released on March 05, 2016
Version 1.9 released on October 04, 2015
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On My Own balances the beauty and tranquility of being outdoors, with the harsh reality of struggling to survive in nature.
Each biome provides unique opportunities and challenges for the player to overcome. Stay alive by finding food, crafting useful items, and adapting to the changing seasons.
Live deliberately, front only the essential facts of life and see if you can learn what the woods have to teach you in On My Own.
- Craft unique items that will aid in survival
- Trap and hunt wild game to survive
- Explore 4 different biome levels
- Throwback visual style with modern game effects
- Inspiring original soundtrack
More information at: www.onmyowngame.com
On My Own Ranking History | Games - Adventure
On My Own daily app ranking in Games - Adventure category for the last 30 days.
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