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Author Topic: Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption (from the designers of Quest for Glory)  (Read 190 times)
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« on: November 19, 2012, 08:39:13 AM »

Better late than never, I guess. There's a very interesting Kickstarter coming to an end in 35 hours. It's from the designers of the Quest for Glory games. For those who don't remember those games, they were a very unique combination of traditional point-and-click adventure games and RPGs, a combination that hasn't really been seen before or after. They're now working on Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption, a new game in a similar style. Its graphical approach will be slightly different in that it will look tile-based instead of the more traditional point-and-click look, but it will still be an adventure game with RPG elements at heart. Instead of puzzle solving, it's got problem solving with multiple solutions to each problem. The story and the NPCs will supposedly be pretty dynamic, reacting to how you play the game. We're not talking the Mass Effect-style of "choice" here, but a far more dynamic style.

The project needs $400k to succeed, and 35 hours from the end they're at 350k. Odds are they will make it, but it's going to be by a hair's breadth. If you want to support this kind of game (turn-based RPG where the focus is on the adventure instead of killing monsters, though you can do both), please consider backing Hero-U. I know I am. smile

Here's the link to the Hero-U Kickstarter campaign.
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