Indie Pleas: Indie game crowd funding roundup for May 17, 2013
Reobirth: Magic's Awakening is a fast-paced 2D action RPG currently being developed for PC (with possible Mac and Linux ports through the stretch goals!). Drawing inspiration from some of the most memorable and classic ARPG's (Secret of Mana, Castlevania, Super Metroid), Reobirth combines world exploration, elemental magic, and intense battling into an exciting and challenging adventure that spans the lands!
Ray’s the Dead is a game about Ray, a reluctantly resurrected zombie who, along with his swarm of zombie underlings, raises hell through unassuming suburban America during the last hurrah of the 1980’s. Along the way you’ll discover who Ray really is, how he ended up dead, and most curiously, what is this giant light bulb contraption sticking out of his head! You’ll make fantastically freaky new friends as you build a diverse zombie army while you guide Ray through an adventure unlike any you’ve experienced before! This is a zombie game with real brraaains and heart.
On their mission to stop the impending attack of the Sarahul army the players discover Noshrac's vast desert world. Faced with wild creatures and Sarahul warriors, they will stand their ground in heated battles. These fights are not to be underestimated! Your magic has to be used creatively in order to succeed. Your abilities, though, can be used as more than just weapons in a fight. As you discover the long-forgotten temples that are protected by clever mechanisms, you'll have to rely on your powers as well to successfully proceed.
In essence, TinyKeep is a 3D realtime Action RPG, focusing on exploration and combat. The premise is simple: Your character is a prisoner, a seasoned fighter jailed many years ago and left to perish in the deepest, darkest cells of the keep. The nights pass by and all hope seems lost, you realise that the end is drawing near. But on one fateful day, you wake up and find yourself mysteriously free of your shackles, and in front of you lies a broken, unlocked door. There is only one thing left to do, you must now escape TinyKeep!
When Detective Paul Becker is called to one of the bloodiest gang massacres in Louisiana state history, only two survivors remain from a brutal conflict between two rival cults. As Becker begins his interrogations of the suspects, their combined recollections will uncover the truth about the ‘Eternals’. Shadow of the Eternals is a psychological horror game made by the creators of Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Reqiuem, a spiritual successor to the cult classic. Featuring an ensemble cast of heroes and villains, Shadow of the Eternals will span over 2500 years of history throughout Egypt, England, Hungary, and the United States. Players will question the perception of reality as they try to balance the mechanics of combat, magick, and sanity events to progress through the adventure.
CatLand allows you to adopt a virtual pet on your smartphone and take care of it via the places you visit in the real world. Players begin by choosing a breed (ginger, black, white, or a special breed just for Kickstarter backers), selecting its gender, and naming it. Just like a real pet, the virtual kitty needs a daily dose of food, fun and friends, and the main challenge is to meet its needs by exploring a variety of venues
The story is set in a universe where the moon has been shattered by a cataclysmic event. Shards have fallen to the world causing minor chaos and it's your job to go find them, because you know, why not? Collecting those pesky moon pieces doesn't just move the story forward. Every one you collect can be brought back to the lunar temple to be refined into a moon stone. These stones let you alter and power your special ability as well as apply bonuses to your character. Want to freeze enemies with a tap while getting a health boost? There's a stone for that.
In JellyJiggle it‘s all about moving delicious looking jelly blocks with a cute and wobbly cube named ”Jay“ thru various environments into specific goals. Sounds like a no-brainer? Well, it‘s not! After the first easy to solve levels, the player gets confronted with tasks that will make his brain work overtime. The key to success in JellyJiggle is actually good logical and spatial thinking as well as the right tactics.
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