Rogue Islands is a fast-paced, first-person shooter with magic & monsters set in a procedural fantasy wilderness. Explore forests, deserts, caves and mountains. Gain in power as you eradicate a demonic horde and inch closer to the Lords of Torment.
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Release Date: May 12, 2017

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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“We are looking for assistance in two primary areas: gameplay balance and content direction.

We want a player base that will help us balance the gameplay and provide feedback on our current direction.

There are so many elements in Rogue Islands that need to work together; enemies, loot drop rates, loot spawn rates, treasure spawning, enemies hit points, enemy speeds, enemy damage, spell damage, player speed, progression and on and on.

It has become very difficult for us to determine what fits, what is working and what needs balancing. We think we have a game that is decently balanced, and very fun. But we won't know until we get the game into the hands of a decent number of players.

We play the game all day every day which makes it very hard for us to see the experience with fresh eyes. We have an extremely rapid pace of development which makes it easy for us to incorporate player feedback and tune the gameplay.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“We're planning no longer than 3 months but essentially however long it takes for us to be reasonable assured that the game will be well received by the broader gaming community.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“Throughout the Early Access phase we will be adding new content and balancing.

We will be concentrating on three primary pillars for the duration of the Early Access:
  • gameplay balance (loot, attacks, spells, enemies, movement etc)
  • additional enemies and natural hazards
  • bosses (2 of the 4 finished)

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“The current build is very playable, with a steady framerate and all main features completed.

You can view our entire roadmap on our website:
http://rogueislands.com/?page_id=2

All of the environments are finished, the spell attacks are in place (with upgrades). There are enough enemies to keep things interesting and 2 of the 4 planned boss fights are in the game.

The roadmap includes the details of exactly what state all of the features are in, as well as some indication of where we would like to take Rogue Islands post-launch in the form of "Stretch Goals".”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“The build is in great shape at this point and all future updates will be free.

We want players who are willing to supply us with helpful feedback; people who want this type of game, know how they want it to play, and enjoy the development process and seeing their feedback turned into tangible improvements.

We may raise the price slightly after Early Access.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We will be doing weekly (if not daily) updates on our development blog and store page. We have a team member dedicated to engaging with the Steam community, collecting feedback, finding the patterns in the feedback and communicating it to the developers.

We will highlight the community members who provided very constructive and useful feedback by calling them out in our release notes as well as in the final game's credits.

We will push updates to Steam rapidly; either daily or weekly. To allow for tight iteration with the community.”
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July 20

v.93 Critical Fixes

Guys,

We are pushing out a major update to Rogue Islands based on your feedback.


A reported bug where food was not always generated has been fixed - guys please let us know if you are happy with the new balance. This stops the critical health issues occurring in game when food cannot be found. Every island now has a minimum level of food generation.

We have fixed a difficulty issue where the bad guys had unlimited line of sight - they are now fixed and will no longer kill you from the other side of your island!

We have rebalanced bad guys speed and accuracy - they are no longer always a crack shot!

various rendering optimisations to improve performance


Please keep contacting us with your suggestions and reports. The whole dev team would like to thank you so much for enjoying this amazing game and being part of the future of Rogue Islands! We very much appreciate you being on this journey with us!

Jane - Keystone dev team
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July 12

Keystone Games

We are delighted to announce that we have entered in to a long term partnership with publisher and developer Keystone Games.

What does this mean for you? more content! more game! more Rogue Islands!

The internal Keystone development team will be working with us to add much more content and updates to the game, with their team of award winning AAA developers.

It is an exciting time so join with us on the trip of a lifetime to Rogue Islands!
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About This Game



Rogue Islands is a fast-paced action shooter set in a procedural fantasy world. You control a nimble druid that can levitate and cast powerful magic spells. The action is fast and smooth, and the enemies are numerous and relentless.



Each island is a unique and complex 3d sculpture brimming with monsters, temples, forests, mountains, caves and bosses. Massive cliffs rise from the depths. Insane, twisted passages wind their way through valleys and under mountains. And no two islands are ever the same!



The islands are infested with a demonic horde. Spinefish lurk in the watery depths, skeletons march across the hillsides, vile shaman screech and fly overhead, vicious Hell-bats spit fireballs that erupt and ignite the canopy. Nowhere is safe, especially after dark when Ghastly apparitions descend from the stars and hunt you down.

If you're good enough to survive the horde, you'll make it to the five summoning circles where you can summon one of the five Lords of Torment; the game's bosses.



Use Spark Shot to mine blocks from the earth, or get up close and unleash a massive electric Zap; instantly reducing small foes to a smoking heap. If things get out of control, summon a Swarm of wasps to take the heat or protect yourself with a sentient Bolt that defends you against sneak attacks.

Later in the game, you can find the Charred Switch; an ancient and powerful wand that harnesses elemental fire.



The islands are rich with sparkling gems and powerful minerals. Learn which terrain strata houses the materials you need to power your spells. Imbue Diamonds, Rubies and Emeralds with the spirit of your fallen foes. Then use them to unlock and upgrade your spells.

And keep a look-out for food. A hungry wizard cannot regenerate his health!



With each play-through, you will accumulate the necessary experience to survive and defeat The Lords of Torment. No two islands are identical, but with each playthrough you will learn how to exploit each biome and survive.

If you persist, you will eventually make it to The Gasping Burrows and face down the game’s final boss, The Prime Torment…

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad Core, i3 @ 2.0GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon 6000 series or GeForce 500 series
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 10
    • Processor: Quad Core, i5 @ 3.2GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon 7000 series or GeForce 600 series
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
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