Posts Tagged ‘well it’s new to me’

New release: The Drop

I know what you’re thinking. “They finally did it: someone went out there and made a dubsteb RPG.” Great guess! But nope. “The Drop” refers not to the musical term, but rather to a new roguelike created by TildeOne Games. Well, okay, maybe not exactly new: the Drop was released in mid-August, though it did […]

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New release: Tales of Illyria

Matt Schneck of the unfortunately named indie studio “Little Killerz” writes in to tell me that Tales of Illyria was released for Android devices in mid-June. The plot premise is akin to something that I’d expect in a spy thriller, albeit in a medieval fantasy setting: the Emperor of your country has had you framed […]

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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: Skyborn

While we’re on the subject of games that I should’ve posted about last year, Dancing Dragon (previously Deadly Sin Studios) came out with a really nice-looking jRPG called Skyborn last spring. (If “Deadly Sin Studios” sounds familiar, it might be because the developer is the same fellow behind the Deadly Sin series, one Phillip Hamilton–you […]

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New release: The Book of Legends

A bit of digging around has revealed to me the existence of The Book of Legends, released by the ever-prolific Aldorlea Games sometime last summer. I could have sworn I’d posted about this one already, but some searching around this site reveals that I have not, so here I am making up for lost time. […]

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New release: Srututu: Forgotten Foe

Robert Gąsiorowski of Desert Fox Software writes in to announce the release of Srututu: Forgotten Foe, an odd sort of board game / RPG mix. (It actually came out on November 28, 2012, but I only just heard about it, so New Release it is!) Here is how the developer describes it: Srututu-Forgotten Foe is […]

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New release: Realms of Fortune

Clayton Lilly of Gamaray Ltd. writes in to tell me about Realms of Fortune, an Elder Scrolls-style open world action RPG released back in 2011. Not technically a new release, then, but it’s new to me! The premise: Realms of Fortune is a first person open world RPG set in an era similar to our own […]

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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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New release: Deepfall Dungeon

Deepfall Dungeon is a free, 3D first person dungeon crawler that was apparently released back in November (but hey–it’s new to me). Created by LOD Games, Deepfall Dungeon doesn’t waste time pretending to have a plot: You have entered the dreaded Deepfall Dungeon and must find the exit! Along the way, you will fight monsters, […]

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