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New release: Legends of Eisenwald

Word has it that Legends of Eisenwald, a strategy RPG in the same general oeuvre as the King’s Bounty series, has now been released into the world. Developed by Belarusian indie studio Aterdux Entertainment, Legends of Eisenwald has you recruit soldiers, collect gold, garrison castles, and go on adventures that involve frequent, small-scale, turn-based fights […]

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New release: Ruin

I have received word of a new jRPG released on June 1 called Ruin. Created by MOCBJ Software in OHRRPGCE, Ruin is apparently based on a 2008 title called The Omega. The premise: An earthquake of cataclysmic proportions annihilates the world and ushers in what many address as “the end of times”. But is it […]

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Back to Back: Indie RPGS to fund

Today is the day we boot up the old “Back to Back” program here at IndieRPGs.com and see what it spits out! Here we go: Status: updating records on recently completed crowdfunding projects. Succeeded: Umbra. Failed: Planet Centauri, Spinal Blast, Venture Forth. Status: observing ongoing crowdfunding projects. Click to continue…

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Alnory announced

Harry Mulder writes in to announce Alnory, an RPG being developed by Dutch developers Team Avavi. The premise: Welcome to Alnory, a broken land ready to be scavenged by your band of heroes! Take on quests for gold and jewelry in this turn-based strategy RPG — growing your group as you see fit, and making […]

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Fallen A2P Protocol enters paid beta

Martin Cao writes in to announce Fallen A2P Protocol. Not to be confused with the recently-covered graphical roguelike Fallen, Fallen A2P Protocol is a post-apocalyptic strategy RPG inspired by X-COM and Jagged Alliance 2 in which you lead a caravan on a quest for revenge. The premise: In a World saved and destroyed by a […]

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Back to Back: Indie RPGS to fund

Greetings, indie RPG devotees! The hour has come for us to squeeze in, trawl the uncharted seas of up-and-coming RPGs in need of moneys. What became of last month’s menagerie? Of these: Melancholy Republic, Monsters’ Den: Godfall, Songbringer, and Unraveled fly triumphantly in the breeze, while Adventure Craft, Aloran, Amaranthine Story Chapter I, Mongrel, and […]

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Fallen announced

Constantine Ramenskii writes in to announce Fallen, an opem-ended graphical roguelike that he’s been developing. Fallen takes place in a post-apocalyptic setting with steampunk elements. The premise: Humans had to escape to huge underground Catacoms after the Catastrophe. The Catastrophe turned peaceful and predictable mana winds (unseen flows of magic) in to horrible hurricanes. Living […]

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New release: The Enchanted Cave 2

Dustin Auxier writes in to announce the PC release of The Enchanted Cave 2, a graphical roguelike he’s developed in collaboration with ex-Rare composer Grant Kirkhope. It first released for Android and iOS back in April, and it’s just now popped up for Windows and Mac as well. The premise: A mysterious cave with seemingly […]

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New release: Heroes of Legionwood: Age of Darkness

Dayle Grixti of Dark Gaia Studios writes in to announce the release of Heroes of Legionwood, a jRPG with wRPG elements (or as he describes it, “like someone took the best parts of Final Fantasy and merged them into Baldur’s Gate“). The narrative premise: It has been 100 years since the world ended. Human civilization […]

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New release: Serpent in the Staglands

Word reaches me that Whalenought Studios–the indie studio behind action RPG Isle of Bxnes (covered here)–has just released its newest game, a wRPG by the name of Serpent in the Staglands. The premise: Featuring a chosen party of five, you role-play Necholai, a minor god of a celestial body who descends to the Staglands for […]

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