Underrail is an old school turn-based isometric indie role playing game that focuses on exploration and combat. The game is set in a distant future, when the life on the Earth’s surface has long since been made impossible and the remnants of humanity now dwell in the Underrail, a vast system of metro station-states that, it seems, are...
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Release Date: Sep 23, 2013

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October 28

Dev Log #35: Portraits and Music

Hey guys. I've put the game mechanics aside for now and we're all focused on churning out content for the following update.

In this update we will be rounding up almost entire game world outside of Church of Tchort and Deep Caverns. Player will be able to learn more about the Protectorate and Free Drones and the conflict between them. Optionally, player can decide to throw in their lot with either the freedom loving partisans or the imperialistic lawbringers. There's also another secret faction offerring more opportunity for those observant enough.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dG_vK7-svWs

In other news, I finally took the time to fill some long outstanding holes in the presentation department.

Firstly, I hired an artist to do the portraits. There's lots of them to be drawn so don't expect them all to be finished in the next update. In the screenshot above you can see the portraits are lit in the same manner as the characters on the map. I find that this adds to the atmosphere, but this can be disabled in the options for those who disagree. Players can also make their own custom portraits and the game will offer them on character creation if they have been placed in the appropriate folder and are of appropriate format.

Secondly, it was time to expand the musical repertoire. With only four tracks covering the numerous and diverse locations of Underrail, the music tended to get quite repetitive. As with the portraits, don't expect us to be able to cover the entire game with new music immediately. The sample above is the music for the Foundry. Enjoy.

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Finally, here's the obligatory list of minor stuff:

  • Nice things
    • Enemies will now threaten and taunt you in combat. Currently all have the same collection of phrases, but we plan to customize these in the future for different characters/factions/locations. We'll be looking for feedback on these - do the taunts occur too frequently/rarely, is there some particular taunt that is repeated too often, etc. Of course, for those who don't like this sort of stuff, it can be disabled in the options.
  • Fixes
    • Electrobolts will no longer jump to passive objects that are completely immune to them (e.g. destructible rocks)
    • You can no longer load individual bullets during combat as stated by the tooltip
    • Removed various leathers that were way too high quality for their type from certain stores
    • Burst fire will no longer trigger hostilities against secondary targets caught in the burst cone unless they actually take damage
    • Arena commentator will no longer order everyone in Core City to kill you if you happen to aim your burst in his general direction
  • Tweaks
    • Crawlers buffed and their AI has been slightly tweaked

Let me know what you thought of the new stuff, guys. Cheers.

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September 29

Dev Log #34: With Fire and Brimstone

Hey guys, we took a couple weeks off in August/September to recharge our batteries, but we're back now and we're kicking it into high gear. While we're also working on new areas and quests (we'll get to that in some future dev log), I'm taking this time to finally implement last of the game mechanics (not quite done yet). In this case that would be fire and gas.





You will now be able to create fire bombs (such as Molotov cocktail) that set character, creatures and the ground on fire as well. The burning ground is very dangerous as it deals both flat and -percentage of max health- damage so you cannot ignore it even on high levels. The amount of damage dealt depends on the intensity of the flames (which depends on the power of the fire bomb, but can also stack if you throw multiple bombs).

You'll now also be able to craft gas grenades. The only type of gas grenade at the moment is "Toxic Gas Grenade" which deals flat bio damage. The damage dealt depends on the density of the gas (it's more dense at the source). While toxic gas doesn't deal damage quickly, the grenade does last for a long time and also bio resistance is currently not present on standard combat armors and if introduced later it will not be in generous amounts. Specialized equipment to deal with this and more powerful bio-hazzards will be added in the future. Also, players will encounter permanent sources of toxic gas in certain places (such as the one on the screenshot).

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In other news, I've taken the time to do some UI improvements. This is probably the definitive list of the UI changes as I have tons of other stuff to get done before we release the game so I hope I answered most of your complaints/suggestions:

  • Added larger font options for everything (object labels, tooltips, quest notes, pop-up dialogs, combat log, etc)
  • Moves the combat log window slightly so it won't interrupt scrolling anymore
  • Added an option to auto-end turn when the player is out of MP and AP
  • Added more hotkeys (swap weapons, toggle shield, etc; might add more if necessary) and added keybinding options
  • Inspected containers that are empty are now marked as such
  • Increased the font in Combat Stats Overview window
  • Available component for a given blueprint will now be highlighted in the same manner as when trading
  • Double clicking (or ctrl clicking) a component will automatically transfer it to the crafting screen if appropriate blueprint is open
  • Clicking a crafting slot will automatically fill it with the first available component if empty, or clear it if full
  • ESC/ENTER and other intuitive hotkeys (such as Y/N) will now work inside confirmation boxes
  • While holding SHIFT player will not be able to issue move command as to prevent people from accidentally moving when they meant to shoot; keep in mind though that you'll still be able to issue a melee attack command that might require movement even when SHIFT is held

That's all for now dudes. Cheers.

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About This Game

Underrail is an old school turn-based isometric indie role playing game that focuses on exploration and combat.

The game is set in a distant future, when the life on the Earth’s surface has long since been made impossible and the remnants of humanity now dwell in the Underrail, a vast system of metro station-states that, it seems, are the last bastions of a fading race.

The player takes control of one of the denizens of such a station-state whose life is about to become all that much more interesting and dangerous, as our protagonist is caught midst the conflicting factions of the Underrail as the violently struggle to survive in the harsh underground environment.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP3
    • Processor: 1.6GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GPU that supports shader model 2.0
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
10.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 21
Early Access Review
I have been searching for a original Fallout type game for so long, and when I say FO game I mean: isometric+RPG+openworld+REAL turn-based-combat(not that pause command BS with the space bar). Problem is, you can never really get all those elements together in a new game anymore. You might get 3 out of 4 if your lucky. Sure theres a few games that kinda play that way but really don't pull it together like the first 2 Fallout's did.


So after buying the game and putting in 10 hours of solid gameplay I think I've reached a point where I've had enough for now. But before all the fanboys get their panties in a twist just understand that I totally get that this guy put a hell of a lot of work into this game and it shows so I'm not here to sh~t on the product. Yes it is a unfinished title, but I highly doubt anything of my own concerns will be addresed at this stage. It is what it is now, and my constructive criticism is exactly that. Of course this review isn't for the fanboys. Its a honest opinion for people like me who want a game with similar mechanics and X-factor similarly to the original fallout experience.

(deep breath)........OK, here we go


There are two main critical issues with the game.

The game becomes exponentially difficult very fast. This would be ok if you had multiple ways of getting around baddies but this simply isn't the case. I reached level 5 and put a lot of points into guns as well as perks that enhance gunplay. Didn't have much impact as everything killed you and had like a million more action points than you. To make things worse, aim accuracy would drop from 90+ to 19% at point blank range at any given time for no reason. The only time FO did this was when you had moved into a darker spot, and you would have to lure a critter closer to a light source for better shots. I checked all possible reasons why this might happen and could find nothing wrong with my guy or weapons.

I love that Guns and ammo are hard to get and that they have a "quality/condition" stat that goes down making your stuff less effective as you play. This requires buying mechanical fix kits to keep that stuff going, but in order to buy a "kit" you need the right amount of coin. Chances are your not going to have that much coin so you need to barter with some of your inventory items. Thing is you can't just trade with what you got. Each vendor has a list of certain items that they will ONLY take. If you don't have said items then you need the right amount of coin to compensate. I really liked this system at first. It made you think about what you needed to collect in order to get what you wanted from any given dude. Then you could trade said item to a different dude with a different list of items he/she needs and so on. Seemed like a cool workable system. Problem is.....well, there are actually many problems here, but ultimately it leads to the second major issue with the game....Inventory/items.

If you can't buy what you want and you can't barter for it then you have to make the item yourself using the many crafting skills. Of course you will also need to put stat points into each of those skills. As always this is fine and dandy for those who enjoy crafting but I personally prefer to FIND stuff rather than have to make it. This game does not give you the choice. As the game progresses you have less barter potential. Vendors don't need what you have and if they DO chances are very likely that they don't have what YOU want. Even if you try to embrace the crafting aspect(which you will) it becomes so overwhelmingly monotonous and boring that you may want to punch your computer right in the face. Virtually all items in the game are built around a recycling pyramid structure wherby each item needs various parts to be made. You get those parts by breaking down other parts or killing things. On the other hand If you don't have one of the many types of kits to fix one of the many types of items then you can break it down into scrap. Its a workable system yes, but there are SO MANY items that require so many differen't components I just can't keep track. At a certain point you will require beer. LOTS of beer.

The limitation, implementation, and tedium of the inventory panel makes the whole mess even worse. Each item and component takes up one miniature square of space in the inventory and is efing tiny to look at on screen. Like MICROSCOPIC!
Now if that was the intended desire ok. There is a crapload of "stuff" you will need to hoard so fine, we need the real estate. Just let me be able to separate and move my stuff around so I can keep track of it. WHAT!!! no no no no no, are you SERIOUS? Your telling me I can't move my items around and keep them there like every single other game in existence??? Dude, what were you thinking?

This is what you get folks: a sort button, and category tabs(which you will HAVE to use). The sort button is totally usless, everything is super tiny, and you have to stare a hole into your screen just to see whats what. If you try to move an item to say the bottom of the panel it will auto snap back up with the rest. This is completely unacceptible given the sheer amount of stuff and the way you have to play the game.

I could go on about some of the minor things but its probably redundant at this point.


My verdict here is buy the game if you love crafting, have the patience of a Turtle, have the eye's of an Owl, and have the memory of a Elephant.

For everybody else, well.....even if all the issues were fixed and changed this still wouldn't be the Fallout type experience you wanted. That said, it still would be a great game. If the inventory was better then the game would atleist be tolerable play wise. Unfortunately I cannot recommend the game as is.
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10 of 14 people (71%) found this review helpful
7.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 9
Early Access Review
While I do think this game has decent potential, it seems nowhere near a finished product. Because this game is early access, my "not recommended" evaluation is tentative. I will watch how this game develops and hopefully I will be able to revise my recommendation.

The Good:
- Post-apocalyptic subterranean environment
- You get to loot stuff!
- Quite challenging right from the start
- Solid turn-based combat
- The graphics are pretty nice to look at

The Bad:
- Somewhat clunky controls for dialogue and combat
- Difficult to click on some environmental objects and enemies
- No key binding configuration
- Screen panning with the mouse has issues on a dual monitor setup
- UI elements are tiny pixel graphics
- Tons of text to read, all in very small pixel font

The Unfortunate:
- From what I've experienced so far, NPCs seem lifeless and uninteresting. For "important" NPCs you get a decent amount of dialogue options, but the characters themselves have all the personality of a block of tofu.
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10 of 15 people (67%) found this review helpful
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 1
Early Access Review
I will add to this review as I play it.

Initial thoughts of the game:
The basic concept of the game feels pretty "open worldish". That is a great thing. I feel like I could play this game for hours at a time. I enjoy isometric games like this or Project Zomboid. The price was right, so hey... Why not!?

2.0 hours in the game:
At the main menu, I look through the options. The game first started in a window, so I have to change that to a full screen experience. Hmm, that’s kind of a bummer. You are unable to edit the keyboard shortcuts or key bindings. However, it does say "no key binding configuration yet". Yet? This game has been released for over a year! You can't get something as simple as that in the game yet?! So, I created my character, and I must admit, I like the depth of the character creation. It is not too much, but it is not too light. It is just right. Before you start playing you create a character and place skill points into the areas where you think you want your character to progress. It took me about 10 minutes to read the options and figure out where I want my character to excel, and what abilities I can sacrifice. Once that is complete the game can start.

What the heck does any of that text say?! I have to squint at all of the text in order to read it. My game resolution is 1920x1080 and yet the text is still somewhat small to read. Wow, there is A LOT of text to read in this game. If you have played the newer Shadowrun game, you know what I am talking about. I almost fell asleep at my desk while reading all of this banter between characters. You have to go through any dialog in the game using your number keys. You are not able to use the number pad which is somewhat disappointing. Some people find it more convenient to use the number pad rather than the number keys above the letters on their keyboards.

Finally, I can play! I am standing in what I presume is my “room”. What now? What do I do now? Well, it can be difficult to see behind the walls when you are walking around. They don’t “disappear” so to speak so you can see your character. Can’t even use “WSAD” to move. Have to move around the game like its DOTA by mouse clicks. You can use the arrow keys to move your view to see what is around your character. Everything looks somewhat small as well. No zoom feature either. Yes, I know, I can change my resolution size and that may help, but why can’t I zoom in on my character? That is very frustrating.

After I annoyingly go through the first sets of “quests” I am finally off to power some generators. Yes, my character is a level 1 but damn! Even the beginning enemies are tough! I find the targeting system to be clunky as well. I hover my mouse over an enemy to shoot it (I see the “shoot” related icon), then I click my mouse and all of a sudden I see my walking path and my character starts walking toward the enemy! I lose the action points for that round and usually get killed anyway. Perhaps, it would be better to make the hit boxes a bit larger so I don’t continually walk toward the enemy instead of shooting the enemy like I had planned to do.

Conclusion thus far:
Not a bad game! I can safely say that I will spend a lot of time playing it due to its gameplay and content. The only gripes I have are minor tweaks such as text size and controls, zoom feature, cutting out the wall graphics when my character is behind a wall (so I can see my character or what loot may hide behind that wall), and still after a year there are no key bindings. Stay tuned for more!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 26
Early Access Review
Fans of isometric, turn-based, RPGs should seriously consider picking up Underral.

Underrail stays true to the format, while maintaining a unique flavor. Not content with riding the coattails of famous iso RPGs such as Fallout, Underrail creates a unique vibe and world that does not run on nostalgia alone. With more content and tweaks to gameplay always coming, the game is set to only get better. And what content that is already implemented is excellent.

With its combination of psychic powers, cyberpunk, and post apocolyptic-chic, Underrail occupies an place at the crossroads of Shadowrun, Metro 2033, and Fallout.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
56.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 27
Early Access Review
Let me just start by saying that this game is amazing, and you just have to grit through the initial learning curve. It is WORTH IT. I initially bought the game and played for like an hour and quit. The game was super hard, and I was just like WTF!!! However, I was bored and looked at my steam library of games and saw this game again. I gave it a shot one more time, but looked at some guides first for how to survive the inital part of the game. If you can get past the first few missions and not make any critical build mistakes, you can create just about any type of char you want and survive. I'm currently playing on normal, which is like hard mode for this game. I recommend googling how to play first for noobs, before playing. However, once the game gets going this game is amazing. I can't believe it's only Alpha... I am playing through and i'm 39 hours in and I dont think I'm even halfway done with CURRENT content... Just buy this game...
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
48.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 5
Early Access Review
If you like Fallout or any other old-style rpg - you have to play this one
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2 of 6 people (33%) found this review helpful
43.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 17
Early Access Review
the best game of strategy and rpg i love UNDERRAIL
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0 of 2 people (0%) found this review helpful
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 25
Early Access Review
i adore this game,best 6 pound i ever spent on steam, reminds me so much of the day i first played fallout 2

the graphics are simple(almost amiga era) but they are crisp and pleasant to look at

the interface works great and is easy to learn with no irritating clunkiness that games like wasteland 2 suffer from

you can tell that its a labour of love by the dev and im really looking forward to seeing how much more content is added
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0 of 2 people (0%) found this review helpful
43.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 10
Early Access Review
Love this game.

I really hope they post some more updates soon, but to date they have been consistent and worth waiting for.

I keep an eye on this games development constantly, waiting for that next sweet update to play some more.
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3 of 12 people (25%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 30
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45.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 27
Early Access Review
If you love Fallout - this game is for you. It's brilliant in so many ways - I can describe the positive sides of it for hours and hours - but suffice to say - just look at the general review rating :D it's "very positive" - and quite deservedly so, even considering the game is in alpha stage atm. When it's out I'll buy it again just to say thanks to the devs - haven't seen anything so good for I dunno, like 15 years...
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48 of 53 people (91%) found this review helpful
179.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 11
Early Access Review
It feels strange to reccomend a game that isn't even finished yet, but from what i've seen so far this game is definately worth the cost.

Set in a dark, sci-fi setting this isometric RPG heralds back to the times of the original Fallout and X-Com UFO games. It has a detailed and lovingly thought out game environment, crafting and combat system and most of all a great story backed up by memorable characters.

You have quite a bit of freedom in this game too - the introduction of the "oddity" leveling system is unique and tries (quite successfully) to allow the player to choose a "non-combat" approach to the game.

However, from playing through the available content thus far I have to say that the oddities are normally guarded by some enemy or even on their bodies. This kind of defeats the object of attempting to bypass combat as a means to level as you will normally have to fight to get the oddities in the first place. But the great thing about this game is that it gives you the choice whether to use that system or a more traditional, XP based system.

When creating a character, the developer has made it possible and plausible to pick certain playstyles, adding to the replayability and allowing you to play the game in a number of interesting and challenging ways. The game is difficult but then I think this kind of game should be challenging.

Freedom definately is the plus of this game, you can pretty much do whatever you want, even if that means doing something suicidal - the point is the game lets you. I think this is a very important feature for any RPG. Also there is no "morality" system - the game niether rewards, nor punishes your actions, although some people may not take kindly to your actions - this is all fine and believeable.

As it stands - i reccomend this game. Try to think of this as a positive preview rather than a review. I may very well write a separate or updated version once the game is actually finished (whenever that might be).

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18 of 20 people (90%) found this review helpful
101.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 11
Early Access Review
After wasteland 2 I was slightly underwhelm with the gameplay aspects, but after feeling dissapointed I saw this recomendation. Looked into it at first I was sketchy because it was an early access game, but 9 dollars was a bargaining price. I found this game like a real spritual successor of the original isometric fallouts and so many skill choices and traits that can be overwhelming but with rewarding effects later on. Whats also intresting is this game pervents players from making easy cash selling the same item once too many times, and I also love the number ways you can find to replay this game. I really hope the full game to be just as good or better.
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15 of 17 people (88%) found this review helpful
109.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 25
Early Access Review
I'm 110 hours in and just hit where there is no more content on main campaign. WOW!. I don't often write in these responses, but this game is amazing. if you like Fallout 1 or 2 or any other isometric rpg, this is a MUST HAVE! For $9.99 the value it outstanding. I can't wait to see what the finished product is. This could be one of those games that define good gaming.
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
33.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 24
Early Access Review
If you like Fallout 1 and 2 - buy this game.

It is the real thing, the Fallout legacy you've been waiting for.

The ayatollah of metropolitan rock and rolla.

Very interesting rich and complex gameplay. It feels like old Fallout, but with tons of new immersive features and mechanics on top, as well as unique and engaging setting and storyline. The versatility is superb - each situation, each encounter can be played in several different ways. The stats, the skills, the perks the equipment you choose all have a big impact, your choice is meaningful, you will feel its weight.

I recommend to play on normal difficulty with oddities xp (you don't get xp for killing stuff, only for completing quests and examining odd stuff you find while exploring vast underground labyrinth of Underrail). Be prepared though to get your butt kicked, as Underrail can be hard and unforgiving. Just turn on your tactical thinking and try different options - you will be surprised how well it works, and when you pull it off - its the best rewarding experience you can get from playing an rpg.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
36.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 29
Early Access Review
UnderRail is intriguing, have interesting game mechanics, some kind of walkthrough varieties based on skill choices and dialogues - which are good for replayability, it's also turn based and have some other nice features as crafting to dig and develope.
It's a very promising game - I played & enjoyed alpha some time ago and looking for any updates and progress, to discover and complete the game story. I want to admit that game is quite challenging in some ways and that's good.
I also don't see any pathos and loud words around the title so it's still a little bit undiscovered and that's good - developer gonna be more focused on game, instead of populism which is more popular as far as we live. I respect that and wishing Stygian Software all the best.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
134.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 5
Early Access Review
This is the first review I've ever written on Steam. I'm only doing it because this game's developer deserves heaps of praise for what they are currently accomplishing and I don't want them to stop until the game is complete. Please work at as steady a pace as you can and finish this game!

I've played through this about as far as I can go based on the current build but every moment of experiencing the atmosphere, dialogue, story, etc. was extremely compelling. The other reviews have said everything I would, so I'll stop here.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
23.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 21
Early Access Review
I have had this game for a while now, and thoroughly love it. It has some issues, but then it's Alpha so this is to be expected. The fact that this is Alpha is an exciting one because it means there is hopefully more of this awesome game to come. Don't hesitate, just buy it.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: July 23
Early Access Review
I've been following/playing this since it was on Desura about 18 months ago. The graphics are clean and simple. The game definitely is shooting for the depth and strategy of turn-based RPGs of old that we all know and love (Fallout 1 & 2 namely).

I think this guy has done a remarkable job of doing just that, all while weaving in a better crafting system to boot. There was a solid 3-10 hours of gameplay when I first purchased and did a playthough in early 2013, likely much more now. Stygian software has been cosistently adding features, areas of the map, etc over the last 18 months since I've been following it. I'm waiting for the game to complete before diving in again but it's tempting to start another character.

If that sounds like something that would be worth chipping $10 towards then do it, you are letting Stygian complete a work of love that I'm sure will put them on the map.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
10.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 11
Early Access Review
After almost seven hours nonstop playing this game I want to write a short promotion review for the game. It’s simply one of the best games I’ve ever played. I don’t know well to write in a few sentences what is so cool about this game but I try. The game is full of content and also has an intelligent design in gameplay and UI. The pixel art in the game is done so well and is highly detailed. The characters are diverse and the monsters fit perfectly in the environment of the game. It’s easy to learn how to play, but because of hundreds of different combinations of armory, weapons and tools it’s hard to master.
I don’t want to write a very big review because I want a lot of people read this and BUY this game! So I start telling you just why to buy it:

- You can compare the game easily to the better RPG games like Baldur’s Gate and Fallout.
- The graphics are beautiful and you can see they had spent thousands of hours to make this.
- The UI is clean and helpful.
- I didn’t find any bugs, errors or crashes and it’s just an early access game.
- It’s full of content.
- Very smart and easy to use inventory and trade system.
- Combat is turn based but fast paced and exciting.
- It’s RPG, rogue like and really fun to play.
- It’s not finished so it can only become better!
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