Tales Of Aravorn: Seasons Of The Wolf announced

Seasons of the Wolf
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Winter Wolves Games, prolific creator of such titles as Planet Stronghold and Loren the Amazon Princess, has announced a new jRPG called Tales Of Aravorn: Seasons Of The Wolf.

The premise:

In this role-playing game, set in the same fantasy world as the award-winning Loren the Amazon princess, you’ll play as Shea or Althea, twins from the far-away village Ninim. In just the course of one year, you will experience many storylines and sidequests; situations and events where your own choices influence the very end of the game.

The twins’ tale starts on a day like many others, when one of the siblings finds a young wolf and decides to take it with him/her. Thus begins the long journey which will take the siblings from the ice-shrouded Ninim to the desert-wrapped city of Dingirra to the storm-shrouded port of Shacklesplit. Explore the-corruption riddled halls of Dingirra, and contest with the crimelords who claim it as their own domain. Sail the high seas, battle mighty pirates, and discover their hidden treasures!

The feature list:

  • Fantasy RPG set in the world of Aravorn, like Loren The Amazon Princess
  • Play as male (Shea) or female (Althea)
  • Four characters to romance: Krimm, Riley, Jariel or Chalassa
  • 8 unique party members each one with different skills
  • Advanced isometric tileset maps for a bigger world to explore

Riva Celso, the main guy behind Winter Wolves Games, has created a video showing off various aspects of the game:

Every Winter Wolves title I’ve seen is for Windows, Mac and Linux, and this one is no exception. Celso has estimated that Seasons of the Wolf will most likely be finished and released some time in the next 3-4 months (though it may take a few more months than that). While we wait, I think I’ll be giving the beta version a look to see what I can see! You can currently pick up the beta version for $24.99 direct from the official page.

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