Basilisk Games Announces the Release Date for Eschalon: Book II

Indianapolis, IN – April 27, 2010 – Basilisk Games, Inc. today announced the release date for Eschalon: Book II for Windows, Macintosh and Linux.

We are very excited to finally be able to announce the release dates to our second game, Eschalon: Book II, after more than two years of development” said Thomas Riegsecker, Lead Developer of the Eschalon series. “Eschalon: Book II is considerably bigger and better than the first game, and incorporates over 60 fan-suggested enhancements.

Eschalon: Book II is scheduled for release on May 12th, 2010 for Windows based computers. Basilisk Games will release the Macintosh and Linux versions of the game on May 26th, 2010. Eschalon: Book II will be available as a digital download on most major distribution services and directly from Basilisk Games website

About Eschalon: Book II
Eschalon: Book II is the sequel to 2007’s hit independent role-playing game, Eschalon: Book I. Continue your journey across massive outdoor environments and deep into twisted dungeons as you seek to uncover the mystery of your past and who is behind the menace that threatens all of Eschalon. No experience with the first game is needed to enjoy this second chapter in the Eschalon trilogy. More information on the game and links to the video trailer can be found online at:

About Basilisk Games
Founded in 2005, Basilisk Games is an independent game developer located in Indianapolis, Indiana. The company’s mission is to produce compelling old-school computer role-playing games for gamers who still remember what great computer RPGs used to be about: “Single-player. Turn-based. Stat heavy. Story driven.” Visit Basilisk Games online at:

Contact Info
For press inquires, contact us at: info [at] basiliskgames (dot) com

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  1. M1AU says:

    This is great news!
    Book I was exactly my affair, can’t wait to play the sequel!

  2. Hamish Wilson says:

    Hmm, looks like a slightly late Birthday gift for me. 😛

    Well done, Basilisk!