Raft

Update #5 - new building blocks, shark balancing and a brand new help center!

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Anonymous Helper Aug 15 @ 1:48am 
@Nibs: Either look in "Looking For Group" sub forum (https://steamcommunity.com/app/648800/discussions/3/) or ask around on Raft official discord server (https://discord.gg/raft) .
Nibs Aug 8 @ 8:03pm 
How do I find people to play with?
Magic Mushroom Aug 7 @ 2:43pm 
Add new fruits and a juicer or something for the fruit then make like juice for food, health, etc.
Motaboy Aug 7 @ 12:35pm 
Rudder pls
Darth Skull Aug 3 @ 12:54am 
Whats about the performance. Is it still laggy? A fluid gameplay is the most important thing!
teo-david-arg Jul 31 @ 2:43pm 
alguien habla español, agregarme
Feesh Jul 31 @ 12:16pm 
They need to add servers, so players can pvp, and trade.
[AxG]SALTY Jul 31 @ 8:16am 
I really love raft :) hoping to add some twist like lost island that has a zombie :D hoping to add some pets :) and larger than sharks :D
spookmans Jul 30 @ 7:41pm 
@Moosie, there is a discord group in which the devs talk about what they're working on. if you want to know or have input in what they're working on you can join it and give suggestions and what not. after this smaller consmetic update they are now working on a new and more difficult enemy as well as bigger islands and some end game stuff. I assure you they're doing their best but you gotta give it some time. theyre only human and its a small team.
Moosie Jul 30 @ 6:02pm 
@AussieKat, I know it's "early access", but my critique is honest. It's not a $20 game TODAY. In a year, maybe, but not TODAY.

I'm going to guess you don't realize Axelot Games, the publisher of this game, basically left their other game in "Early Access" (Scrap Mechanic) to develop this one....? The term "early access" is being really abused on steam as it seems 99% of Indie games never leave the moniker of 'early access'.

Again, my concern is based 100% on the stuff they are adding is cosmetics and not actual game substance. Only the new "bird" seems to do be that. The new islands are nothing but larger versions of what we already have, and new plants don't change gameplay. Where is the "Survival" aspect? Where is the danger? The shark was already a non-threat and just got easier. Where's the "end-game"? So far, this game is heading towards "fluff" items and looking like a minecraft sandbox. And that's unfortunate if true.