Last July, publisher Black Tower and developer Code Heretic released Against The Moon, a tactical rogue-like deck-building game with a lunar twist. The backstory is that humanity moved into a large base on the Moon, but communications soon went dark. You and your rescue squad are about to find out why….turns out the Moon’s full of chthonic monsters. Who was the inspector that missed this?
The Immersion Update also adds a photo mode. The third update later this month will add support for Spanish, Latin American Spanish, French, German, Simplified Chinese, Russian, and Galician languages, among other things.
Last month, Shockwork Games and No Gravity Games finally released their turn-based tactical stealth title Alder’s Blood — on Nintendo Switch. The game was originally announced for PC and Switch, but the former version took a little longer to make. The wait is over now….it is available on Steam and GOG as of today.
Headup and Devespresso Games are about to publish their turn-based fantasy epic Vambrace: Cold Soul on PC.
The hit roguelike RPG Caves of Qud is now available on multiple PC platforms. Formerly a Steam exclusive, you can now find it on GOG.com and Itch.io as of today.
Interactive Stone, a small team of indie developers from Romania, has announced their first project is nearly done: a first-person survival horror game titled Gray Dawn. The chiller centers around Markus Abraham, a Catholic priest accused of murdering one of his altar boys. Abraham is innocent, but lacks a way to prove it — unless he can find where the boy disappeared to. The last time they saw each other, Abe was attempting to exorcise a demon from the boy…but something went wrong.
GOG.com is currently having a one-day summer sale event, DRM-free games will be discounted in flash sales all day, along with free game giveaways that can be seen along with the flash sales.
Stockholm-based indie developer Might and Delight announced new details about Shelter 2, the sequel to Might and Delight’s 2013 badger survival game Shelter.
If you haven’t heard of or just haven’t gotten around to checking it out, you better haul your bum over to Good Old Games as their 2013 Summer Sale has but two and a half days remaining. They have a wide selection of indie games and slightly-older triple-A titles that you might have missed on-sale, many running for 50-75% off. And on an awesome side-note, you’ll be supporting a great, no-DRM game source. Thank you, GOG.
For console gamers in love with Polish developer CD Projekt RED’s The Witcher II: Assassins of Kings, be prepared for something of a let down.