Push trees onto goblins, use a stunned troll as cover while you kill its friends, set spiders on fire and watch them burn down a forest, and laugh at lots of silly jokes!
Tag: turn-based combat
Ancient Romans may have given us the calendar, indoor plumbing, concrete, highways, and socks, but according to Aggressors: Ancient Rome, it’s their contributions to 4X gaming that will go down in history.
2 words: Grandpa Eyvind
Paper Dungeons Crawler melds a new runic system into the roguelike genre, and it also offers a couple more unique systems to the mix. Let’s take a dive into Cyndaria and see what we can unearth.
Back in 2012, when Subset Games launched FTL, it was one of those moments that took the indie scene by storm, it was a market hit that inspired many more games. Hopefully, with Into the Breach, history will repeat itself.
It’s very hard to not think about the first two Fallout games when you first see ATOM. Truth be told, the developers have stated multiple times that this game is heavily inspired by classic RPGs such as, Wasteland, Deus Ex, […]
A game that does AAAAALLLLLLLL THE THINGS! A gloriously inconsistent all-you-can-eat buffet of RPG, dungeon crawling, quests, crafting, fishing(!), cartoonery, turn-based combat and probably other stuff I haven’t even discovered yet. Not to mention three different types of fancy graphics.
A newly ported Falcom RPG has appeared on Steam. Is it sharpened to a razor edge, or just dull?
Galaxy of Pen & Paper is the latest “meta-RPG” from Behold Studios, taking the series into the future!
For The King is a game that blends multiple elements from various genres into a nice little formula that makes you crave for just one more turn. It features turn-based combat and movement and it puts you in charge of […]