Archive for the ‘indie RPG news’ Category

Back to Back: Indie RPGs to fund

Welcome back to Back to Back, loyal reader! The time has come once more to survey the field and take note of indie RPG crowdfunding campaigns that litter it, clamoring for the life-giving essence of the almighty Wallet. Since we looked last time, a number of campaigns have passed into the beyond. Battle Chef Brigade, […]

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IndieRPGs.com Checks Out Sproggiwood

Megan Fox of Rocketcat Games has evidently been doing PR duty for Sproggiwood developers Freehold Games these past couple of weeks. She sent me a build of Sproggiwood to check out a few days ago, and in true IndieRPGs.com fashion, I did so with my headset on and FRAPS a-running. The result: So! What did […]

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Forward to the Sky announced

Wei Chen writes in to announce Forward to the Sky, a 3D Zelda-alike in development by Taiwanese indie devs Magichnology. The premise: Reveal the story of the sky tower. Forward to the Sky is a third person action adventure game in the sky tower ruin. You are going to collect all the crystal pieces to […]

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New release: Sproggiwood

Megan Fox writes in to announce the release of Sproggiwood, a graphical roguelike from three-person Indiana indie studio Freehold Games. The premise: Bring civilization to Sproggiwood, a story-driven, turn-based roguelike set in a humorous world inspired by Finnish mythology. One moment, you’re a simple farmer tending your grove — the next, you’re lured through a […]

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New release: Princess and Knight

This is a good time for mobile strategy RPGs, folks. Word reaches me that we have yet another out, this one called Princess and Knight. The brainchild of Korean indie developer TeamSoftIcecream, Princess and Knight is an iOS sRPG that (as far as i can tell) seems to put you on the side of the […]

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New release: Pixel Fantasy

Word reaches me that there’s a new mobile RPG in town with a Match 3-style combat system and the Oryx fantasy sprite set. Created by Columbian developer Carlos Andrés (a.k.a. BlogsCol), this game goes by the name of Pixel Fantasy. The premise: Pixel Fantasy, is a puzzle RPG in which you have to prove that […]

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New release: Ambition of the Slimes

Word has it that there’s an odd new mobile strategy RPG in town. From developer Masaya Takahashi (a.k.a. Altairworks) comes a game known only as Ambition of the Slimes. The premise: The world was about to be ruined. A brutal family called the “human” appeared and almost obtained the world. They burnt the forest and […]

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Back to Back: Indie RPGs to fund

I’ve managed to go a whole two weeks since our last Back to Back, and that means I have actual news on projects that have ended! Since our last overview, Band Saga, Ironcast, Star Traders 2, and Warlocks all hit their funding goals. Celestial Tear and Hipster Town Tactics ended without hitting their funding goals; […]

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New release: Legend of Grimrock 2

Word reaches me that Finnish indie developer Almost Human, Ltd. has released the sequel to their critically acclaimed real-time, first-person, party-based dungeon crawler Legend of Grimrock. The title? Legend of Grimrock 2! (Duh.) The premise: A group of four prisoners have shipwrecked on the secluded Isle of Nex. The island is filled with ancient crumbled […]

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Sora A Tale of a Hero announced

Mike Vaughan of Nissyoku Games writes in to announce Sora A Tale of a Hero, a 3D jRPG modeled after Final Fantasy 7. The premise: The back drop story revolves around a young teenage girl named Sora who idolizes her hero Serg (name not final), who is now the village chief of Violethaven which Sora […]

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