Posts Tagged ‘Windows game’

New release: Dungeons of Dredmor

Word has it that Gaslamp Games‘s comedic roguelike Dungeons of Dredmor has just hit Steam at a $5 price point. You can nab it here. NOTE: As of the time of this writing, Steam is discounting the game 10%, so it’s actually $4.49 a copy. DOUBLE NOTE: According to Gaslamps’s Twitter, DoD is presently the […]

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New release: Legends of Yore

Legends of Yore is a simple point-and-click roguelike created in Java and playable in-browser, with links to download the game for iPhone and Android. Although LoY is a roguelike, it features a basic, functional GUI and auto-mapping. Additionally, like roughly half of all indie RPGs (and 90% of indie roguelikes) currently in development, LoY uses […]

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New release: Inaria

Viridian Games has announced the release of Inaria, a very old school, turn-based, tile-based RPG “but with modern interface conveniences that make it easier to play, giving the best of both worlds.” You can pick up the game for a mere $4.99. Check out the trailer below to see if it’s your style.  

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Project Zomboid tech demo released

It turns out that Dead State isn’t the only Fallout-style zombie RPG in development right now. Developer The Indie Stone recently released a tech demo of Project Zomboid, a real-time isometric survival RPG taking place in an infected city. According to the developer, Project Zomboid will feature a massive city environment with open-ended, sandbox gameplay; […]

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Game review: Monster’s Den: Book of Dread

Title: Monster’s Den: Book of Dread Developer: Monstrum Games (Daniel Stradwick) Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux Price: Free Guest Review by Tof Eklund Monster’s Den and its sequel Monster’s Den: Book of Dread are pure hack-and-slash. As Book of Dread is half-sequel, half updated version (it includes the original dungeon in Monster’s Den in it), this […]

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Game review: Eschalon Book II

Title: Eschalon Book II Developer: Basilisk Games Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux Price: $24.95 Eschalon Book II is the second game in the Eschalon series by Basilisk Games. Eschalon is an isometric, nonlinear wRPG reminiscent of Fallout and Baldur’s Gate. It does almost everything well, but there are a few areas where the game fails to […]

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Game review: Deadly Sin 2: Shining Faith

Title: Deadly Sin 2: Shining Faith Developer: Deadly Sin Studios Platforms: Windows Price: $19.95 Deadly Sin 2: Shining Faith is a jRPG developed by Deadly Sin Studios in RPG Maker. The author was plainly influenced by Final Fantasy 6, evident in some of the character names, much of the overall plot structure of the game, […]

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Game review: Dubloon

Title: Dubloon Developer: Banov Platforms: Windows Price: Free Dubloon is a jRPG developed by Banov that sports a pirate theme, tile-based movement, and visible, wandering enemy encounters. Featuring an odd mix of inspired design decisions and sloppy implementation, Dubloon is the first RPG I can recall having played where the system I played it on […]

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Game review: Ainevoltas 2

Title: Ainevoltas 2 Developer: Silvernova Platforms: Windows Price: Free Developed by Silvernova, Ainevoltas 2 has been described as a platformer-RPG. In reality, it plays more like a platformer with stats and floaty damage numbers than a proper RPG. Imagine Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, but minus the puzzles, loot, cool abilities, tight controls, and most […]

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Game review: Din’s Curse

Title: Din’s Curse Developer: Soldak Entertainment (Steven Peeler) Platforms: Windows, Mac Price: $24.99 If Diablo and Diner Dash had offspring, I imagine it would turn out something like this. Din’s Curse is a 3D isometric action RPG by Soldak Entertainment (which is to say, it’s by Steven Peeler and a small group of contract workers). […]

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