Potion Permit is a mashup of RPG and slice-of-life. While it’s a game with a ton of promise, its buggy launch state takes much of the shine off.
With trusty tools, a brewing cauldron, and a canine companion, players will need to diagnose the residents of Moonbury, gather ingredients, brew potions, and cure ailments in this open-ended sim RPG.
RPGamer has been given the opportunity to give away five physical copies of life sim RPG Potion Permit to readers in the conterminous United States. Entries are open until the end of Sunday.
PQube revealed that MassHive Media’s Potion Permit is launching in September. The open-ended life sim RPG will be available on PC and consoles.
MassHive Media and PQube Games announce new action-RPG chemist simulator. Potion Permit is slated for release on PC and consoles in 2021.