Posts Tagged ‘Pyrodactyl Games’

New release: Unrest

Pyrodactyl Games has now released Unrest, a sort of wRPG-ish chat-em-up set in a fantastical variant of an ancient Indian city. The premise: Set in a fantasy interpretation of ancient India, Unrest is an adventure RPG focused on story and choices. Play as five ordinary people who are struggling to get by in the in […]

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Indie developer Pyrodactyl Games recently provided me with a pre-release build of Unrest, a wRPG based in a sort of mythological version of ancient India. I’ve been intrigued by the sound of this one for some time, so naturally, I gave it a first look. Here is what I found: My thoughts?

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Unrest announced

So! Here’s an interesting one. Unrest is an RPG being developed by Pyrodactyl Games (creators of the previously covered oddity The A.Typical RPG). Unrest takes place in ancient India during a period of (what else?) unrest. “Play as ordinary men and women struggling for safety, freedom, food for their children, and a chance at peace.” […]

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A.Typical RPG demo released, full release pushed back

Developer Arvind Yadav of Pyrodactyl Games writes in with news that the A.Typical RPG now has a public demo. In the meantime, the full game’s release has been pushed back to March 31st in order to give the developers some extra time to bug test. Here’s how the devs sum up A.Typical RPG: The A.Typical […]

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