Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion takes you on a hilarious adventure of talking veggies, nuclear-powered bosses, and ripping up thoughtful letters and drawings – all in pursuit of getting back your greenhouse.
Of course, in the age-old battle of a lone Turnip coming up against the tyrant Mayor Onion, there isn’t any time for niceties: there’s just you and the puzzles in your way.
With its adjustable difficulty, many players will be able to meet all of the fruits, veggies, and acorns, rip up everything, and defeat the final boss in around four hours. Luckily, the funny, cutesy game is getting extended.
First up, a Turnip Boy patch
Despite only getting released on the Nintendo Switch and PC on 22 April 2021, developers Snoozy Kazoo have already revealed their plans to expand the Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion journey, as detailed in a post on Steam.
Coming first will be a patch for the game. In the v1.0.1 patch, the developers will be fixing the bugs and softlocks relayed through community feedback.
As well as the fixes to common issues, they also detailed that some extra features will be coming in, as will some additional polish to enhance the gameplay. We didn’t experience any bugs or issues in our full playthrough of the indie game, but it’s great to see a team so eager to improve an already very entertaining game.
In the launch version of Turnip Boy, you get the main story of evading taxes at all costs, a Speedrun Timer, three difficulty levels under the ‘Player Strength’ option, and ‘God Mode.’ So, it’ll be interesting to see what these extra features include.
Turnip Boy to get a big free expansion
Get ready for the fight against veggie capitalism to continue when the Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion v1.1.0 content update arrives!
Snoozy Kazoo say that the patch is the priority and that the content update is “still heavily in development,” but that it should be available within the next few months.
Without any additional cost, the large content update plans to add a new replayable dungeon to the game. The dungeon will operate less like a traditional dungeon and more like a rogue-lite, with the expansion being linked to a separate story and a bunch of unique items.
As for a preview of the v1.1.0 content update, the team has shared the soundtrack for the upcoming rogue-lite dungeon runs, which you can listen to below.
The adorable art, upbeat soundtrack, odd challenging puzzle to catch you off guard, and that tediously smiley bobbing head of the sociopath protagonist already make Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion a delightfully amusing experience. Adding a free update with a new replayable game mode will only make it even better.
While the free content update is still a few months away, with nothing for it fully finalised as of 28 April, when more can be shared, the development team shall do so via Twitter.