Posts Tagged ‘Linux game’

New release: Telepath Tactics

After many years in development, the strategy RPG Telepath Tactics has now been released. Developed by Chicago-based indie Sinister Design*, Telepath Tactics is modeled after Fire Emblem (albeit with mod support, largely deterministic mechanics, and a wider variety of tactical systems). The main game consists of a single player campaign; the premise: It was deep […]

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New-ish release: Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria

Hey there, indie RPG fans! I’m still busy as all heck, but I’ve managed to slip away from post-release craziness for a moment to tell you about a game that released recently: Dragon Fantasy: Volumes of Westeria. You may recall Dragon Fantasy Book I, a jRPG by Muteki Corp. that released almost exactly two and […]

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New release: Worlds of Magic

Robert Łukaszewski writes in to tell me that fantasy turn-based tactics / 4X game Worlds of Magic has been released. Developed by Wasteland Interactive, WoM bills itself as “a true spiritual successor” to Master of Magic. As a Master of Magic clone, WoM follows a similar formula. You select several spheres of magic to specialize […]

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New release: Enemy

Tom Johnson writes in to announce the release of Enemy, a squad-based tactical RPG modeled in large part on X-COM and Jagged Alliance. The narrative is fairly minimal, set in a self-consciously video gamey world: Four evil kings (a cyclops, a slime, a vampire, and a rogue AI) are terrorizing the land and a squad […]

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New release: Elliot Quest

The past few months have been tough–I’ve had to pour enormous amounts of time and effort into game development, and that means that I’ve missed certain things that I really should have been on top of for IndieRPGs.com. Alas. One such a thing is the PC release of Elliot Quest! You may recall Elliot Quest, […]

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New release: Forward to the Sky

Wei Chen of Taiwanese developer Animugame writes in to inform me of the release of Forward to the Sky, the 3D Zelda-alike we last discussed here. The premise: Once upon a time, there was a great tower in the sky. People were mining crystal with delight during the prosperous days. Until that disaster happened…… Time […]

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New release: The Depths of Tolagal

Words reaches me that there’s a new graphical roguelike out. Developed by British indie developer Angry Toad Studios, this one’s called The Depths of Tolagal. The premise: You are searching for your missing apprentice within the deep, dark dungeons of Tolagal. Did he go there willingly, or was he kidnapped? You don’t really care, you […]

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New release: LISA: The Painful RPG

Happy new year, indie RPG fans! It has just come to my attention that LISA: The Painful RPG (first announced in December 2013) has been released. The premise: Lisa is a quirky side-scrolling RPG set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Beneath the charming and funny exterior is a world full of disgust and moral destruction. Players […]

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New release: Fight the Dragon

Word reaches me that there’s a new 3D isometric action RPG in town by the name of Fight the Dragon. Developed by Australian indie devs 3 Sprockets, Fight the Dragon has no single overarching narrative premise to speak of–or at least, none the developers care to provide. Rather, the game relies heavily on community-created content. […]

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New release: Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf

Celso Riva has written in to announce the release of Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf, a new jRPG from indie developer Winter Wolves set in the same universe as Loren the Amazon Princess (itself previously covered here). The premise: The twins’ tale starts on a day like many others, when one of the […]

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