Posts Tagged ‘freeware’

New release: Ananias

Word reaches me that there’s a new mobile roguelike on the scene entitled Ananias. Developed by Slashware (a.k.a. Slashie, indie developer and creator of approximately one dozen roguelikes), this one is a traditional roguelike of the graphical variety, and is already up to version 1.56. The developer describes Ananias as a straightforward roguelike with an […]

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New release: Chesslike

Word reaches me that there’s a new game out by the name of Chesslike. Developed by Moore Interactive, Chesslike doesn’t qualify as an RPG–it’s a fantasy strategy game, and even then only just barely. The gist is that you progress through a series of dungeons, and both your forces and those of the dungeon inhabitants […]

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New release: Ramble Planet

Marek Naum writes in to tell me about Ramble Planet, a strange sci-fi RPG developed by A. Hagen using the OHRRPGCE game creation engine. (It released almost a year ago, but that’s recent enough that I’ll just count it as a new release.) The premise: Your spaceship has crashed on Badmark, a frontier planet and […]

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New release: Secret of QWERTY

Hey folks! With the year ending, we’re in a slow news period for indie RPGs, but there are still things happening. Gryphon writes in to tell me about the release of Secret of QWERTY, a jRPG in which battles require you to correctly type out a sequence of words under time pressure in order to […]

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New release: Pixel Fantasy

Word reaches me that there’s a new mobile RPG in town with a Match 3-style combat system and the Oryx fantasy sprite set. Created by Columbian developer Carlos Andrés (a.k.a. BlogsCol), this game goes by the name of Pixel Fantasy. The premise: Pixel Fantasy, is a puzzle RPG in which you have to prove that […]

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New release: Deja Vu Chronicles

Billed as “an epic adventure in reverse,” Deja Vu Chronicles is a short jRPG (approximately one hour in length), created in RPG Maker by a small team under the name “NebelSoft.” The narrative premise: The four adventurous heroines Miruka, Hanako, Edelweiss and Aquamarin came a long way. They fought their way up to lv 99 […]

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New release: The Wizard

As was foretold by the great sage Yourstruly, turn-based dungeon crawler The Wizard has now been released by developer Hypnotic Owl! The premise: You are the most handsome wizard of the academy. Except your face just got stolen. Can you make it through monster-filled mazes to catch the mysterious thief? Learn arcane gestures to cast […]

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New release: Eternal Lux

Martín del Río (a.k.a. Káwa Project) writes in to tell me about Eternal Lux, a new strategy RPG he’s created for Android. (If the name “Káwa Project” sounds familiar, that would probably be because of Aidinia RPG, covered here last year.) Eternal Lux has simple 16-color graphics and a MIDI soundtrack meant to evoke the […]

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New release: Famaze

If you’ve been reading this site for a long time, you may remember me mentioning Oryx and his highly popular roguelike sprite sets back in 2011. After years of enabling roguelikes from other developers, it looks like Oryx has finally stepped up to the plate with a roguelike of his own! The game in question […]

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New release: Epic Warrior: Sword of Light

Shayne Vandersloot writes in to tell me about a new jRPG for Android by the name of Epic Warrior: Sword of Light. Created by Perfect Reality Apps, Epic Warrior is essentially a Dragon Warrior clone. The premise: Epic Warrior: The Sword of Light is a tale of a young warrior that sets out to find the […]

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