Posts Tagged ‘game announcements’

Forgotten Forces announced

Tassilo Rau of German indie studio Bumblebee Games writes in the announce Forgotten Forces, a first-person dungeon delver they’re developing. The premise: Drive deep into the mysterious caverns discovered below, search for ancient artifacts, translate foreign inscriptions and solve tricky riddles to reach it’s depth and discover an ancient mystery. Here’s a teaser trailer–as you […]

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Exiled Kingdoms announced

David Ballestrino writes in to announced Exiled Kingdoms, an isometric action RPG he’s developing for PC and mobile platforms. The premise: A hundred years ago, it is said that the Empire fell, destroyed by mysterious forces from another world. Only a small part of humanity could flee to the Imperial colony of Varannar, where they […]

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Trudy’s Mechanicals announced

Laura Marshall of Canadian indie studio Incubator Games writes in to announce a new sRPG in development. Called Trudy’s Mechanicals, the game takes place in a gritty steampunk setting filled with steam-powered mechanical creations and Slavic influences. The developers have not done much to provide us with a narrative premise–this is all we’ve got for […]

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Crashlands announced

Greetings, indie RPG fans! I’m a bit behind, but slowly clawing my way through the eternal backlog. Today’s post comes courtesy of Sam Coster from Butterscotch Shenanigans (creators of Quadropus Rampage, previously covered here), who has written in to announce Crashlands, an action RPG with crafting, base-building, creature-taming, and big procedurally generated biomes to explore. […]

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Alnory announced

Harry Mulder writes in to announce Alnory, an RPG being developed by Dutch developers Team Avavi. The premise: Welcome to Alnory, a broken land ready to be scavenged by your band of heroes! Take on quests for gold and jewelry in this turn-based strategy RPG — growing your group as you see fit, and making […]

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Fallen A2P Protocol enters paid beta

Martin Cao writes in to announce Fallen A2P Protocol. Not to be confused with the recently-covered graphical roguelike Fallen, Fallen A2P Protocol is a post-apocalyptic strategy RPG inspired by X-COM and Jagged Alliance 2 in which you lead a caravan on a quest for revenge. The premise: In a World saved and destroyed by a […]

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Fallen announced

Constantine Ramenskii writes in to announce Fallen, an open-ended graphical roguelike that he’s been developing. Fallen takes place in a post-apocalyptic setting with steampunk elements. The premise: Humans had to escape to huge underground Catacoms after the Catastrophe. The Catastrophe turned peaceful and predictable mana winds (unseen flows of magic) in to horrible hurricanes. Living […]

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Songbringer announced

Nathaniel Weiss has sent word (or should I say, brought song?) of a new procedural Zelda-alike he and the rest of Wizard Fu Games are developing. In case you haven’t guessed, that would be Songbringer. You may recall me mentioning Songbringer in our last Back to Back; the game got funded to the tune of […]

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OneSamurai: Dusk announced

Andrew Sutton of British indie studio Flaming Eye Games writes in to announce OneSamurai: Dusk, an RPG he’s developing set in feudal Japan. Sutton describes the game as a “tactical RPG,” but you can recruit no more than 3 companions over the course of the game, which pretty clearly indicates that this game does not […]

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Rain of Reflections announced

It appears that there’s a new sci-fi RPG in development by the name of Rain of Reflections. Swedish indies Lionbite describe Rain of Reflections as a “cyberpunk noir” RPG that seeks to avoid filler and grinding, with a story told through multiple perspectives. The premise: Rain of Reflections tells its noiresque story through three protagonists, […]

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