Posts Tagged ‘paid alpha’

Claustrophobia: The Downward Struggle announced, paid alpha released

Claustrophobia: The Downward Struggle is a graphical roguelike in development by The Indie Forge. (Neither the developer nor the game seem to have an official website–look to the end of the article for links.) I don’t think there’s a narrative premise, but there is a rather wordy feature list: Expansive Random Generation – Everything from […]

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Delver announced, open alpha

Delver has been in the pipeline for quite some time, but it hadn’t had a website, so I was hesitant to feature it. However, it now has one. In fact, not only does it have a website, it has also now been released as an open alpha. (What can I say–I’m late to the party […]

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MiniFlake demo released, taking pre-orders

Chris Legasse, he of the 1-bit roguelike MiniFlake, was good enough to notify us all that there is now a free playable demo of the game available on Desura. Also, there appears to be a proper trailer now: The demo is Windows-only; however, per the developer, the finished game will be released “on the Android, […]

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Tomes of Mephistopholes sees paid alpha release

Tomes of Mephistopheles, a first-person action RPG taking place across randomly generated dungeons and an equally-randomly-generated overworld, has reportedly entered a paid alpha stage. The devs sum it up as follows: “Following the alpha funding model, we offer gamers immediate access to the early alpha of Tomes of Mephistopheles, free updates and a free final […]

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