Posts Tagged ‘iPhone game’

New release: Knights of Pen and Paper

Here’s another one for the “I thought I posted about this already, but apparently not” files. Knights of Pen and Paper is a mobile title by Brazilian developers Behold Studios that was released back in October 2012. Knights of Pen and Paper is designed to make you feel like you’re playing a pen-and-paper RPG. (In […]

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New release: Mighty Dungeons

A bit of browsing around the Android app store reveals the existence of Mighty Dungeons, a “fan-made dungeon crawler crossover between old-school boardgames like Heroquest, Warhammer Quests and good oldies like Diablo I and DungeonMaster.” Created by Laylio Games, Mighty Dungeons has been out since at least February, but hey–it’s new to me! I haven’t […]

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New release: Dark Quest

Oh dear. Pocket Tactics reports on the release of Dark Quest, a turn-based fantasy dungeon crawler for Android, iPhone and iPad by Brain Seal Ltd. The premise: An evil sorcerer has appeared in the lands, he has built a dungeon in the nearby village of faladir, where his minions use it as a base to […]

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New release: Battle Dungeon: Risen

Mobile fantasy strategy title Battle Dungeon: Risen (previously covered here) was released on Friday by developer Hunted Cow Studios. Battle Dungeon consists of 12 different scenarios, each with its own story, so there really isn’t any single overarching premise to discuss beyond “hire soldiers and fight bad guys.” It’s a 3D turn-based fantasy tactics game, […]

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New release: Life of a Wizard

Hosted Games, the not-Choice-of-Games-but-owned-by-the-same-people company that distributes user-made games created with the Choice of Games engine, has written in to let me know about a new release in that vein called Life of a Wizard. Created by Mike Walter, Life of a Wizard is an RPG / Choose Your Own Adventure hybrid with variable stats […]

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New release: Dungeon Plunder

It’s barely been a week since I first posted about Dungeon Plunder, and it’s already out for iOS! In case you missed it, Dungeon Plunder is an isometric roguelike with a procedurally generated overworld, procedurally generated underworld dungeons, and a world that gradually freezes over due to the effects of a powerful artifact under the […]

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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: Battleheart

In the course of my investigations into new(ish) indie RPGs I haven’t learned of yet, I’ve discovered Battleheart, a real-time squad-based RPG by Mika Mobile. This was released back in 2011, but hey: it’s new to me. In keeping with the recent trend, there’s not much of a plot to speak of–or if there is, […]

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Old release: Pocket RPG

A little bit of browsing through the Google Play store has brought to my attention an action RPG by the name of Pocket RPG. Created by Tasty Poison Games, Pocket RPG was first released for iPhone and iPad in 2011, then for Android devices in summer 2012. The premise: Enter a world overrun by hordes […]

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New release: Choice of Kung Fu

Last month, Choice of Games released another of its Choose-Your-Own-Adventure / RPG hybrids, this one martial arts themed. Written by novelist Alana Joli Abbott, Choice of Kung Fu takes place in a fantasy version of ancient China. The premise: Become the greatest fighter the world has ever known, harnessing the power of chi to manipulate […]

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