Posts Tagged ‘free stuff’

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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Open Beta: Rogue’s Tale

Epixx.org‘s aptly named roguelike RPG, Rogue’s Tale, has entered open beta after being in development since 2009. This the second phase of the game’s open beta, which will end sometime in January 2013. Even though the game is in beta, it is playable from beginning to end and is in the very final stages of development. […]

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The Real Texas updated, soundtrack released

Calvin French writes in to let me know that The Real Texas has been patched with a variety of bug fixes and interface improvements, as well as a new side quest. He further states that the game is now available at a discount on GOG.com, Desura and GamersGate. He’s also released the game’s soundtrack for free, […]

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Dungeons of Dredmor gets free, nameless expansion pack

There’s a fair bit of news about Dungeons of Dredmor this week: a new patch, a sale on the game, and perhaps most importantly, a free expansion that you have to name yourself. I quote: In celebration of its Steam Workshop support and mod support, Gaslamp Games has teamed up with bold Dwarven Fanlords from […]

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Age of Decadence demo released

The Age of Decadence, a wRPG long in-the-making by Iron Tower Studio, has an updated demo as of a few days ago. I won’t list all of the changes they made, but you can rest assured that there are a lot of them. Age of Decadence has had a combat demo out for quite some […]

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Cohorts of Kargonar enters open beta

You may recall Cohorts of Kargonar, a game announced only one month ago after four long years in development. As of right now, you can officially go ahead and start playing it for the low low price of absolutelynothing. (Which is to say, it’s free.) Cohorts of Kargonar is a browser-based MMORPG, so all you’ll […]

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April Fools’ Giveaway Contest

Jay Barnson, the indie developer working on the RPG Frayed Knights, is having a giveaway tomorrow on indie titles from his games store. (He mostly sells indie RPGs, so this is a good opportunity for people looking to expand their knowledge of the oeuvre.)

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