Posts Tagged ‘well it’s new to me’

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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New release: Bit Dungeon

KintoGames recently released Bit Dungeon, a Zelda-style top-down dungeon crawler, on iPad–and that’s as good an excuse to write about it as any. (The original game was actually released back in September, but hey–it’s new to me.) The premise: You and your wife were captured by demons… You wake up trapped in a cell, grab […]

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New release: Spellshard: The Black Crown or Horgoth

Hello there indie RPG fans! My name is Jordan/jackal27 and I’ll be helping Craig out with indieRPGS.com while he’s handling his Kickstarter this month! Craig has been gone for a few days now and if you’re anything like me, you’re already slobbering for a new indie RPG to sink your teeth into. Well, have I […]

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New release: His Dark Majesty

File this one under “new to me”: His Dark Majesty is an aggressively lo-fi turn-based fantasy strategy game “that takes the core elements of Advance Wars and The Battle for Wesnoth.” Developed by a small team, HDM was released back in 2010 for–wait for it–the Atari 800. No, really. (There’s a Windows version too, thankfully.) […]

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