Posts Tagged ‘demo release’

Saga Heroes pre-alpha demo released

Saga Heroes (previously covered here) now has a demo out for Windows and OUYA, and playable in-browser on other platforms (those being Mac and Linux). You can try out the demo here.

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New release: Undefeated

It has just come to my attention that ever-prolific jRPG developer Aldorlea Games has released a new title by the name of Undefeated. The premise: Can you stop the Wastelands from spreading and overtaking the world? Play as Marcus, Bastien and Fela, three army conscripts with little liking for what is supposed to be their […]

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Lisa the Painful RPG announced

After a brief correspondence with developer Austin Jorgenson (a.k.a. Dingaling Games), I’m ready to write a bit more about Lisa the Painful RPG, the surreal jRPG I discovered while researching our last Back to Back. The premise: Lisa is set in a post apocalyptic wasteland where women are nowhere to be found. It’s a world […]

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Heroes of a Broken Land hits beta

Hey folks! You have probably noticed that I took a little vacation from posting on the site leading up to and after PAX; I’m now looking to get back into the swing of things. To start us off, Andrew Ellem of Winged Pixel has written in to tell us that Heroes of a Broken Land […]

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Spooky Quest announced, demo available

So! Spooky Quest. This is an old school Zelda-alike being developed by Fervir. Featuring appropriately spooky music and combat mechanics reminiscent of Gameboy-era Zelda titles, Spooky Quest features a dungeon-crawling mode and an arena mode. In dungeon crawling mode, dungeon crawling is emphasized where you’ll work your way through a dark dungeon where you’ll uncover […]

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Last Dream announced

Last Dream is a jRPG that has been in development by White Giant RPG Studios since April 2011. The premise: The storyline commences with a modest protagonist, lost in an unfamiliar world… As you struggle to find a way back home, you uncover an increasingly malevolent and time-twisted plot to devour the ancient creatures of Terra. You […]

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The Dungeoning demo released

Side-scrolling action roguelike-like The Dungeoning (previously covered here) has gotten an alpha demo, according to developer Physmo. The demo runs on both Windows and Mac OSX; you can grab it here.    

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Reobirth pre-alpha demo released

Jon Dibble, the developer behind up-and-coming 2D side-scrolling aRPG Reobirth (previously covered here), writes in to announce the release of a short demo for the game. Reobirth remains early in development, and so the demo is necessarily rather limited. Dibble states that the demo is essentially a survival minigame: Armed with your blade and bow […]

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Heroine Dusk demo released

The last time I wrote about Clint Bellanger, it was to talk about his open-source aRPG engine F.L.A.R.E. (which is now up to version 0.18 and looking pretty good). Today, however, we’re going to talk about another Bellanger project by the name of Heroine Dusk. Heroine Dusk is a first-person, turn-based, step-based RPG in the […]

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Grimoire: Heralds of the Winged Exemplar demo released

Grimoire: Heralds of the Winged Exemplar is an indie first-person dungeon crawler. It is also a punchline–according to its author, Cleveland Mark Blakemore, Grimoire has been in development for more than 17 years. Widely regarded as vaporware, Grimoire suddenly burst onto IndieGoGo in October 2012 with a $250,000 goal and a pitch video that I […]

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