Remember all those games in which you start in a village and you have to prove your worth by clearing the local crypt of undead skeletons? What if you woke up as one of those skeletons instead of the wannabe hero?
User reviews: Mixed (40 reviews)
Release Date: Nov 18, 2014
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“...a charming, if bloodthirsty, romp.”

About This Game

Tired of playing the part of a wannabe hero in games? Bored of helping villagers get rid of the local undead? Why not play as one of those undead for a change?

KEL Reaper of Entropy gives you the chance to control (or at least try to) Kel the Skeleton and choose whether to terrorize or please the villagers. Or both for that matter. The game features unconventional gameplay, heinous methods of gaining victory and a non-existent variety of ways to customize your character. Plus an overdose of twisted humour as a bonus.


* A beautiful 3D fantasy world with delicious poisonous berries to pick up
* A stubborn, crooked protagonist to deal with
* Multiple ways to obliterate your enemies (poison, intrigues, stupid accidents, you name it)
* Unexpected twists and turns to your actions
* An ancient relic (Game Manual) to learn from
* An interview with one of the most beloved characters in the history of games

In KEL Reaper of Entropy you witness how Kel the Skeleton, the fabled RPG character, rises once more from the dead near a peaceful village in the woods. Together with him you set out to explore said woods and the village, picking up whatever you find useful along the way. Once you meet the villagers, the fun can truly begin! You'll have numerous ways of messing things up, from manipulating villagers to kill each other to using Kel's special skill of cursing to damage their brain.
Or, of course, you could play nice and please everyone in the village, though Kel might object to that.

There are all sorts of unexpected little secrets to discover, 15 amusing achievements to complete and enough twisted humor to go round.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP SP2 or better
    • Processor: 2.0+ GHz processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: SM3-compatible video card, 256 MB VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 650 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
10 of 14 people (71%) found this review helpful
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 8
Well I purchased this game a while back when it was still very rough to play. It has gotten better since then. They now have a menu that lets you know how much they dislike you and some other stuff. The game offers more tips now so at least you understand what is happening. When I first played this their were little to no tips. So thats good. The game also has an inventory so thats another plus. However I still am not fond of the game.

Its insta kills is annoying and not needed at all. I talked to a villager and all was well. No problems at all. I offer to trade for gossip and he kicks me to death. Fun? Not really. Now true I was in true form a skeleton but then why did he bother to talk to me at all? The game is super small only having one village and some NPC to talk to.

The price is cheap enough however I just dont find any enjoyment in the gameplay. Its not a very witty game. Its just a standard somewhat tired adventure game. I do like the graphics its the gameplay that bugs me. Being insta killed for nothing is Irratating. The game reminds me of a game where your supposed to figure out what the developer had in mind. So if you dont get what he had in mind? Insta killed. Fun? I will let you be the judge on that.

If your dying for adventure then I would say stay far far far away from this game. If you have some money that is burning a hole in your pocket and feel the need to waste it then by all means buy this game and try to enjoy it.

Also I see that "I kicked a bunch of kids and was insta-killed with accompanying black screen and a few lines of text" is still in the game. Nice. That never gets old. Graphics great. Gameplay bad.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: July 20
Pre-Release Review
If this was a school project, it would be a bad school project.
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115 of 144 people (80%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 25, 2014
Early Access Review
UPDATE: The Developers have had Steam delete most of the negative threads that The Masquerader participated in, including the one that this links to. Then, the other Developer wants to come here and say that this review contains "misleading information". I really tried hard to support these guys, even AFTER the debacle. But the dishonesty and lack of integrity is just TOO much. Have some integrity, Developers. Your reputation only suffers when you behave like this.


I cannot recommend this game to anyone. "Early Access" is that in name only. read the forums for yourselves, the Developer has already stated that the game is complete and any feedback would simply be put to use for a potential sequel. What you see here is a completed game that is only in EA to detect potential bugs. Wile an interesting concept and one that seems could have used the Early Access to it's advantage, the state that it is in will leave you very disappointed.

Speaking of disappointed, let's talk about the developer for just a brief moment. In fact, I will simply ask you to go check the forums for yourself. Particularily the thread regarding obtaining the Steam Keys. The developer is not only rude but the developer also refuses to interact with anyone BUT the trolls! No effort was made to discuss valid issues with early supporters that had raised some concerns regarding the game, it's "finished" state, etc. Not publicly or privately. It got so bad at one point, the developer decided to try to only give keys to the people who would stroke their ego. Again, you can see this for yourself in the forums. This behavior is beyond despicable. The developer goes on a rant about how people who bought the game are not customers to them (mind you, these are the very people that bought the game early AND voted to get it Greenlit!) , and compared said customers to terrorists. No joke. Several people had to reach out to the fine staff over at Groupees in order to get the keys that were paid for months BEFORE the Steam release. Anyhow, do yourself a favor and read the forums prior to purchasing. If you decide these developers are the type you'd like to support, that is your decision.

Lastly, in case you think I am just trashing a developer for the sake of trashing a developer, I urge you to check out every other interaction I have ever had on Steam. I have NEVER left a negative review. My only interactions in the forum prior to this have all been not only positive, but extremely helpful to most (mainly, fixing broken games!). I have no desire to be negative in any way, however, this is one game/develppment team I STRONGLY urge all of my fellow gamers to avoid.
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37 of 49 people (76%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 31, 2014
Early Access Review
Setting aside the fact that its early access and cheap, it's a shell of a game punctuated here and there with some decent ideas heavily diluted by what I would term "brainfarts". The game is devoid of general polish, narrative, character or even good honest raw charm.


- Boxy/VERY small gameworld. I've seen larger tutorial levels in many games
- Generic butcher/baker/candlestickmaker characters. There are a mere 10 NPCs in the entire game
- Light on game assets, music looped over and over, no speech, light on gameworld and environment SFX/atmosphere etc
- Repetitive gameplay generally involving fetching items over and over and over to gain favour with characters and procure other items which then allow you to gain favour with other characters over the space of what is a 4 screen gameworld
- There's an abruptness to some of the game mechanics and transitions. Dieing for the first time was one of those what just happened moments as I kicked a bunch of kids and was insta-killed with accompanying black screen and a few lines of text
- Ropey animation and effects here and there, transformation from skeleton to human is the obvious one but I also experienced glitching with the main character becoming transparent at one point
- The "humour" and dialogue generally, please refer to UNepic for an example of well done humour/dialogue. Cringeworthy would be my appraisal of KEL
- Limited narrative & story


- none

I can't recommend this product. Indie games are a dime a dozen nowadays, good indie games, the ones which people will actually remember don't cost much more than this. There are many F2P games which are significantly better (Ascend HoK springs to mind). To put this into context I bought Don't Starve for a mere £1 more than this game costs on Steam (in a sale admittedly but I digress), Legend of Grimrock has repeatedly been on sale cheaper than this, likewise UNepic an Early Access game which has just came out of that process - the list is endless, certainly in my steam library.

To summarize this is a short, painfully repetitive game with 10 NPCs, an environment that can be traversed in less than 2 minutes and "arrow to the knee" belly laughs.
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58 of 95 people (61%) found this review helpful
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 25, 2014
Early Access Review
I feel bad for everyone who paid 4 bucks for this "game".

Also the developers tried to scam their costumers;
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