Posts Tagged ‘cRPG’

Win A Copy Of Sacred Gold For GNU/Linux!

Posted: 10th September 2012 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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worldofgnome together with LGP are making a contest in which you can win a free copy of Sacred Gold redeemable via Desura ! All you have to do is : Share the ORIGINAL article on Google plus, Facebook, or Twitter Leave a comment on the ORIGINAL article saying what you like or you don’t like […]

Kitaru Funded, Last Chance To Pledge !

Posted: 30th May 2012 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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Kitaru is a classical RPG game that being developed with Unity (which now after Wastelands2 doesn’t sound bad for the GNU/Linux users). The developers promise a GNU/Linux version, but that might be after the game is released. Also there will be a Windows, MacOS, Android and iOS versions of the game. The story of the […]

ZombieForward On Indiegogo !

Posted: 10th April 2012 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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Besides Kickstarter there is also another platform for raising funds for the development of indie project…it’s Indiegogo ! A Russian team called FakeDrake (which I’m hope isn’t fake 😉 ) wants to develop a Zombie survival RPG game called ZombieForward built using a costume game engine which supports GNU/Linux. The game is a sandbox-style survival […]

Avadon: The Black is an old school crpg game created by the legendary Spiderweb Software which created many other old school crpg’s. Avadon was recently featured on The Humble Indie Bundle. For everyone who might missed this great offer there is the chance to buy the GNU/Linux version from Gameolith. I’ve spoken a bit with […]

The Future Of The Broken Hourglass

Posted: 26th September 2011 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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Three years ago I’ve posted about a cRPG titled The Broken Hourglass. Unfortunately the game wasn’t developed as fast and professional as one could hope for, and it seems more like a hobby than a real effort to finish the game, so the development was abandoned. But there is yet a hope for the game […]

The Real Texas Coming Soon To GNU/Linux !

Posted: 1st September 2011 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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Kitty Lambda will soon release their action RPG The Real Texas which is be available for GNU/Linux. About While holidaying in England, an ordinary rancher from Texas is trapped in an abandoned castle. There he finds a portal to a town called Strange, whose residents are somehow all stuck in a purgatory dimension of Texas. […]

The A.Typical RPG Released

Posted: 20th July 2011 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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The GNU/Linux binary was released at 9th of April but no GNU/Linux gaming website reported about it, so I think it could count as “news” 😉 The A.Typical RPG is a quirky game that seeks to put you in the role of a college student having the weirdest week of his life as he shapes […]

Starfarer Alpha Released!

Posted: 5th May 2011 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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Starfarer is a single-player sandbox style space role-playing game with strategic elements developed by Fractal Softworks The alpha includes 6 combat missions of varying difficulty and a tutorial. The tutorial explains combat & piloting basics, but does not touch on the “warroom” (which is the tactical interface you use to to give orders to your […]

Krum – Hack-N-Slash cRPG Under Development !

Posted: 27th September 2010 by Maxim Bardin in Uncategorized
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Krum is an open source hack-n-slash cRPG that is being developed with Blender by one man named haidme from Bulgaria. The game would be combat oriented 3rd person, gore heavy cRPG in which you will be in complete control of your moves and slice enemies to pieces. You will have many weapons to choose from […]

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 […]