Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling, the excellent paper-style RPG that we called a “must-have” for fans of classic Paper Mario, has received an update to version 1.1.1 nearly a year after release. The patch’s main improvements include the Portuguese translation and a glitch fix or two, but it also made two small quality of life improvements: dig indicators for long paths, and maps along the walls of the Rubber Prison. The developers briefly outlined the content of the update in a tweet from the game’s official Twitter account. You can see it below.
Although 1.1.1 is mostly focused on the Portuguese Translation and fixing the Hideout Glitch, there's two new small things: Dig indicators for long paths, and maps in Rubber Prison! pic.twitter.com/SyFYNxfL1z
— Bug Fables 1.1 out now! (@PaperBugDev) May 28, 2021
It’s great to see the developers still making minor updates and improvements to Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling a year after its initial release on Switch. The game has enjoyed a lot of success, and rightfully so. It has pleased fans, especially players longing for a return of classic Paper Mario. The developers have parlayed the game’s warm reception into a physical version. We’ve even called the game one of the best spiritual successors on the Switch.
Have you played Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling? Did it satiate your craving for more games like Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door? Will you be jumping in to see the improvements in version 1.1.1 for yourself? Let us know in the comments below.