Posts Tagged ‘first-person dungeon crawler’

New release: Heroes of a Broken Land

Andrew Ellem reports that the much anticipated first-person dungeon delver / fantasy strategy hybrid Heroes of a Broken Land (previously covered here) has been released. The premise: The World has been Broken and only the surviving Wizards can restore it.  Frozen in crystal form, they cannot act alone.  The Wizards must recruit the Heroes of […]

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New release: Paper Sorcerer

After last year’s glut of first-person dungeon crawlers, things have quieted down substantially. Luckily, we now have Paper Sorcerer to get the ball rolling again! Created by Ultra Runaway Games after a successful Kickstarter last July, developer Jesse Gallagher describes Paper Sorcerer as “a single player turn based RPG focused on strategy, party-building, and environmental […]

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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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New release: Realms of Fortune

Clayton Lilly of Gamaray Ltd. writes in to tell me about Realms of Fortune, an Elder Scrolls-style open world action RPG released back in 2011. Not technically a new release, then, but it’s new to me! The premise: Realms of Fortune is a first person open world RPG set in an era similar to our own […]

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New release: QuestLord

Developer Lava Level has just released QuestLord, an iOS FPDC that reminds me quite a lot of Might and Magic 4-5, albeit with real-time combat and a single character in lieu of a party. Here’s the premise: In QuestLord you assume the role of a lone hero out to save the Shattered Realm from certain […]

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New release: Deepfall Dungeon

Deepfall Dungeon is a free, 3D first person dungeon crawler that was apparently released back in November (but hey–it’s new to me). Created by LOD Games, Deepfall Dungeon doesn’t waste time pretending to have a plot: You have entered the dreaded Deepfall Dungeon and must find the exit! Along the way, you will fight monsters, […]

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Moonshades announced

Last year was just chock full of announcements for new first-person dungeon crawlers, but it’s been a couple of months since the last one. Let’s consult our friend, the Magic 8 Ball. Tell me, oh 8 Ball! Is the glut finally over? Yeah, that’s what I thought. Here to turn the spigot back on is Moonshades, […]

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New release: Swords and Sorcery – Underworld Gold

OlderBytes has released Swords and Sorcery – Underworld Gold, a first-person turn-based dungeon-crawler reminiscent of older Might and Magic games. If there is a plot, the game’s page doesn’t mention it. The developer describes the game as follows: Swords and Sorcery – Underworld Gold is a kickback to the 80s dungeon crawler, featuring old school […]

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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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