Posts Tagged ‘Android Game’

New release: Oubliette

Next on our list of mobile indie RPGs is another first-person dungeon crawler, Oubliette. Created by GabySoft, Oubliette appears to be a remake of the 1983 original. The developer description of the game is rather confusing, in that it uses the terms “character” and “player” interchangeably (perhaps a relic from the days when a player […]

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New release: Deadly Dungeons

I spent some time this past week trawling various mobile app stores, looking for indie RPGs I hadn’t heard of. It turns out that there are a ton of them! I’ll be going down my list over the next week or two, posting about the games I found. First up, we have a first-person dungeon […]

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New release: Voyage to Farland

Patrick Casey of Peculiar Games writes in to let me know about a roguelike he created called Voyage to Farland. Casey describes Voyage as a “Mystery Dungeon” graphical roguelike inspired by Shiren the Wanderer. Technically, this was released all the way back in 2010, but hey–it’s new to me. VtF runs exclusively on Android phones […]

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New release: Choice of Zombies

Prolific developer Choice of Games has released a new entry in the Choice Of series, this one (…sigh…) zombie-themed. In Choice of Zombies, you play an ordinary person caught in a zombie apocalypse. Will you fight using brawn or brains? Will you keep your humanity intact or become a bloodthirsty zombie hunter? Can you stay […]

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New release: Hero Mages

Have you ever heard of Hero Mages before? I hadn’t. So as far as I’m concerned, this is a new release (even though it was apparently released, like, a year ago). Hero Mages is a top-down perspective, turn-based tactics game by D20 Studios. At first glance, it looks a little bit like one of the […]

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New release: Choice of Intrigues

I received an email a couple of weeks ago about a new “Choice Of” game release, Choice of Intrigues. It begins: Dear Craig, Have you ever wished to be the heroine of a romance novel? Think you could have run Anne Boleyn’s life better than she did? Want to walk a mile in Princess Kate’s […]

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New release: Legends of Yore

Legends of Yore is a simple point-and-click roguelike created in Java and playable in-browser, with links to download the game for iPhone and Android. Although LoY is a roguelike, it features a basic, functional GUI and auto-mapping. Additionally, like roughly half of all indie RPGs (and 90% of indie roguelikes) currently in development, LoY uses […]

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