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Ever felt that roguelikes were something you really ought to be into, but that they just weren’t accessible enough? Well, here’s your chance to catch up with the three-decade-old dungeon crawl subgenre.
Developer Phroot takes elements from Minecraft and Fallout and combines it to bring you one of the quirkiest shooters we’ve seen in a while.
Some ambitious modders have decided to recreate the world of Pokémon in Minecraft. The mod has only been in development for a couple months so there aren’t many features currently implemented but it is certainly an exciting prospect. Pokémon in an open world? I’ll have some of that!
I’m sure this is the Pokémon game many fans have been waiting for. Admittedly, the mod currently lacks battles, an integral part of the Pokémon universe, but this will undoubtedly come in time. For now, check the video and head to the Minecraft forums to check on progress and download the current version.
They act sooner than we had anticipated… despite all the doubt, a team of dedicated modders has pulled through and remade the first chapter of Baldur’s Gate 2 in the Dragon Age engine!
Someone must have dropped a mirror over at Indie Stone headquarters at one point or another…
The first person dungeon crawl RPG genre has long been considered a relic of the past, but four-man Finnish indie developer, Almost Human, intends to revive the genre with their modernized Legend of Grimrock, due out the end of this year.
Rise of Immortals, Petroglyph Games’ latest game, is the latest in a long string of Massive Online Battle Arena (MOBA) games. At first glance, the game comes across as a competent addition to the genre, but how exactly does it measure up to the competition?
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