Posts Tagged ‘browser game’

New release: Misfortune

Michael Omer of LoadinGames writes to me with word of a new browser-based, first-person RPG called Misfortune. The creators summarize the game thusly: Misfortune is a single player online RPG, in which you find yourself lost in a strange city. The story unfolds slowly through a series of short unique missions and strange events. Two […]

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New release: Lost Hero

Omorote Hideoshi writes to tell us of the release of Lost Hero, a free RPG that runs in-browser. The game appears to use HTML, as most actions are followed by a pause where images load onscreen. From what I can tell, this game is rigidly linear, at least to start. Additionally, all of the game’s […]

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Game review: Caravaneer

Title: Caravaneer Developer: Dmitry Zheltobriukhov Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux Price: Free Caravaneer has been around since 2007, when Dmitry Zheltobriukhov created it as an homage to the Fallout series. One part post-apocalyptic RPG and one part economic simulation, Caravaneer doesn’t quite fill Fallout’s shoes, but it does stand up quite well on its own two […]

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