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The past year in indie RPGs

Hello, friends! It has now been a year since IndieRPGs.com went on hiatus. Part of me regrets having gone on hiatus, but I cannot deny that it has proved very fruitful for me as a developer. All of that reclaimed time has been put to good use, producing a successful Kickstarter for my strategy board […]

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Age of Fear 3: The Legend announced

You may recall a fantasy strategy series known as Age of Fear–I reviewed the original way back in 2012, and covered its sequel when it released the year after. Well, Antonio Santo now writes in to announce that Leszek Sliwko has been developing a new entry in the series, entitled Age of Fear 3: The […]

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New release: Galaxy of Pen and Paper

Remember the old indie hit Knights of Pen and Paper from way back in 2012? Brazilian indie studio Behold Studios (more recently known for the not-technically-Power-Rangers tactics game Chroma Squad) has now released a follow-up title by the name Galaxy of Pen and Paper! As the title suggests, GoPaP appears to be a sci-fi riff […]

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Tangledeep released to playable beta

Word reaches me that Tangledeep, a new roguelike from one-man studio Impact Gameworks, has now hit public release (though of course, in the normal roguelike tradition, development will nonetheless continue for some time). Here’s the premise: For hundreds of years, people have lived in the safety of underground settlements and villages – where the only […]

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New release: Nocked! True Tales of Robin Hood

You may recall me covering Nocked! True Tales of Robin Hood back in May; developer Andrew Schneider has now written in to announce its release. Nocked, for those of you who forgot, is a text-based RPG for iOS running on Disbound (a mobile implementation of the Twine engine): You are Robin of Locksley. Hounded from your […]

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Burden of Command announced

Now here’s something I haven’t seen before: a World War 2-themed fantasy strategy title. Currently being developed by Green Tree Games LLC, Burden of Command puts you in the shoes of–you guessed it–a World War 2 commander. Or rather, to be more precise, a Captain: You’re the Captain of a company of the fabled Cottonbalers, leading […]

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New release: Pixel Shopkeeper

Yoshi of Pixel Prototype writes in to announce the release of Pixel Shopkeeper, a shop simulator / RPG / puzzle game hybrid. The premise: In Pixel Shopkeeper you graduate as a starry-eyed brand-new Playable Character with a massive student debt that you need to pay off – by opening your own shop and selling your […]

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New release: Dungeons of Legend: Underwell

Mike Jimsworth of Dungeon Brick Studios writes in to announce the release of his new first-person dungeon delver for Android, Dungeons of Legend: Underwell. The premise: You play as a lone wanderer. Captured, robbed and cast into the Underwell Abyss, you are left for dead. But in the depth of the abyss is a dungeon […]

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Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark announced

Pierre Leclerc of 6 Eyes Studio writes in to announce Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark, a tactical RPG currently in development. Regrettably, Fell Seal is not actually about an adorable aquatic mammal gone bad. Rather: A long time ago, the world came to be threatened by a calamitous beast, but it was vanquished by a powerful […]

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Himeko Sutori new gameplay video

Hello IndieRPGs.com readers! I’ve been rather occupied this past month or so, meaning that there’s a wee bit of a news backlog that I need to attend to. Let’s start with something light, a video from Nathaniel Ayer showing off his progress on the absurdly ambitious sRPG Himeko Sutori (previously covered here). Among other things, […]

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