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Top 10 games similar to Palworld


Top 10 games similar to Palworld

The adventure game Palworld is breaking records, with sales exceeding 5 million copies in its first three days. A key feature of the project is the ability to tame pals, whimsical creatures that slightly resemble Pokemon. They are used both in battles and in everyday life. And if you have already completed Palworld, we suggest you pay attention to other games about funny animals. We have collected the best of them in this article.

Pokemon series

Palworld was originally intended to be similar to the Pokemon series, only for PC and Xbox. Let us remind you that “pocket monsters” are only available on Nintendo consoles. The exceptions are mobile phone spin-offs in the vein of Pokemon Go. The first parts of this series were released on the portable Game Boy back in the mid-90s. But we recommend checking out more recent projects, such as Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, in which the usual Pokemon catching takes place in a completely open world.

Super Animal Royale

This game is a classic top-down battle royale with cartoon graphics. The main characters here are various cute little animals. Among them are pandas, cats, dogs, raccoons and foxes. To fight each other, they use firearms, as well as unusual vehicles, for example, wheels with hamsters inside.


An underrated masterpiece from Hideki Kamiya, author of Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry, and Bayonetta. We control the Japanese Sun Goddess, who has taken the form of a white wolf. She uses magic to fight enemies, and all spells need to be drawn on the screen using a joystick, Wii-mote, or touch screen, depending on the platform.

Crash Bandicoot series

In the 90s, Crash was the main symbol of the first PlayStation. Today, games about bandicoot are released on all current platforms, including PC, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. They are colorful 3D platformers with puzzle elements. We recommend the first three parts, which were republished in the collection N. Sane Trilogy, as well as the relatively new Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time.


The main character of this indie game is a girl named Stella. Its task is to deliver the souls of the dead to the afterlife. They look like little animals, and you have to take care of them throughout the journey. The main character is accompanied everywhere by a fluffy cat named Narcissus. Keep in mind that despite the cartoonish graphics, Spiritfarer is intended for an adult audience.


A game about a cute cat who is trying to survive in a world inhabited by robots. In terms of genre, Stray belongs to the adventure games - we wander around the city and solve numerous puzzles along the way. If you are partial to tailed fluffies, don’t pass by.

FIST: Forged In Shadow Torch

FIST is dedicated to the confrontation between anthropomorphic animals and aggressive robots. We play as a rabbit in an exoskeleton. He risks his life to save his friends from prison. The gameplay of Forged In Shadow Torch is reminiscent of platformers with Metroidvania elements in the spirit of Hollow Knight and the Ori duology.


A visual novel starring a plump cat. Our furry boy wants to cure his neighbor with the help of other cats who should come to her house. However, many of them do not want to leave their homes. To convince the tailed ones, you will have to carry out their instructions.

Blacksad: Under the Skin

Noir quest, which is based on the graphic novel of the same name. Instead of people, there are anthropomorphic animals, and their appearance matches their characters. The police here resemble dogs or foxes, and the bandits resemble various reptiles, such as crocodiles. The game may appeal not only to fans of the original comic but also to those who miss quality quests.

The Wilds

And if you want to play a complex survival game about animals, we recommend paying attention to The WILDS. In it you have to get food, look for a safe place to sleep and try not to die from the teeth and claws of aggressive predators.


What games about animals do you remember? Share your opinion in the comments!