Siralim 3 is a mechanically deep, monster taming RPG. Summon and customize over 700 different creatures to fight for you as you battle your way through randomly generated dungeons. Find rare treasure and use it to craft new items, empower your creatures, learn new spells, and much more.
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November 30

[FREE EXPANSION] Siralim 3: "Enter the Ring" has been released!

I'm pleased to announce the release of our second content expansion patch: "Enter the Ring"! This expansion adds a new progression system to the arena, a new rotating "rules" system to make Tavern Brawls more interesting, a new creature race (10 creatures in total), 25 new spells, dozens of quality-of-life changes, and more!

A list of features, as well as additional patch notes, can be found below.


NEW FEATURE: Arena Progression System
Most players enjoy the unique style of gameplay that the Arena offers. Unfortunately, these players still don't like to participate in the Arena because there wasn't a major sense of progression outside of earning Arena Points with which to buy items. To solve this problem, I've introduced a new "Fame" system to the Arena. When you win an Arena battle, you'll earn some Fame (in addition to Arena Points, as usual). After you earn enough Fame, you'll gain a Fame Rank. Each Fame Rank you earn from 1 to 50 will unlock the right to purchase a new item from the Arena Shop. After Fame Rank 50, you'll be given a random surprise that can include all kinds of rare and exclusive treasure.

NEW FEATURE: Tavern Brawl Rules
Tavern Brawl Rules change the way you'll approach Tavern Brawls. Every Friday, a new rule will be initiated that affect these battles in some way. One week, everyone's creatures might reflect damage back to their attackers. The next week, everyone's creatures might be afflicted with Blight - and they'll be immune to all non-Blight damage! There are currently 14 possible Tavern Brawl rules in the game, and players will see a new one each week. In addition, we've made several major adjustments to Tavern Brawls in the patch that accompanies this expansion. Please see the patch notes below for details.

As you gain Fame Ranks in the Arena, you'll unlock the right to purchase a new type of creature called "Constructs". There are 10 of these creatures in total; 2 for each class in the game. These creatures' traits are unique because they interact with an all-new type of spell that we're also introducing in this patch: Artifact Spells.

NEW SPELL TYPE: Artifact Spells
As you gain Fame Ranks in the Arena, you'll unlock the right to purchase a new type of spells called "Artifact Spells". There are 25 in total. Artifact Spells work just like any other spell in the game, except they also interact with traits from the new "Construct" creature race. These spells are all modeled after a type of in-game artifact. Some of these spells include "Living Sword", "Living Gauntlet", and "Living Armor".

In addition, we've made a lot of major improvements to the game. This is the largest quality-of-life update the game has ever had, and we hope you'll enjoy it! Here are all the changes:

- ADD: New arena progression system: Fame!
- ADD: Tavern Rules. There's a new rule available every Friday, and they should make Tavern Brawls more interesting!
- ADD: 10 new creatures that belong to an all-new Construct race.
- ADD: 25 new spells.
- ADD: 10 new wardrobe costumes.
- ADD: 15 new achievements.
- ADD: 1 new accolade.
- ADD: You can now cast Alteration spells that last for up to 99 realms. You can remove an active Alteration spell for free. In addition, Alteration spells are now saved/loaded between game sessions.
- ADD: New guide to the library: "God Rewards". This book lists all the rewards you can unlock from each of the gods. It also indicates which of these rewards you've unlocked or have yet to unlock.
- ADD: You can now choose to hatch an egg and force the creature to have no Heredities.
- ADD: When your character approaches a tavern brawler, all the brawlers' win/loss ratios will now display on top of their sprites. This text is also color-coded to give you a quick idea about how difficult the player might be based on this ratio.
- ADD: New macro conditions "Core Count > X" and "Core Count < X".
- ADD: You can now select Tomes in your inventory and "Use them all".
- ADD: Knowledge Ranks are now displayed in the sacrifice interface.
- ADD: Card icons are now displayed in the "Creature Knowledge" interface if you own that creature's card.
- ADD: You can now "Squelch" cards and talismans to disable their effects. Similarly, you can "Unsquelch" them to re-enable their effects.
- ADD: Option to use as many Cloth Scraps as possible to upgrade your Cloth Abomination.
- ADD: Artifact trait descriptions are now displayed in the items menu. The context menu option to a view a trait's description has been removed since this addition made the option obsolete.
- ADD: An icon will now appear next to enemies in battle if you need to extract a core from them to complete a prophecy.
- ADD: Super secret wall shortcut to travel from the Blacksmith to the Enchanter.
- ADD: The first time your party is wiped out, a new tutorial popup will appear that explains to the player how to view the last battle history.
- ADD: Nemesis and Itherian affix names are now always displayed in the battle interface below the battle menu.
- ADD: Very small delay to the item use menu to prevent players from accidentally discarding items.
- CHANGE: The Tavern Brawl ban list no longer prevents you from battling with banned traits. Instead, these traits will simply be ignored. A warning will now be displayed in each brawler's dialog if you're using one or more banned traits.
- CHANGE: The Tavern Brawl ban list no longer updates each week. Instead, there is now a permanent ban list for certain traits. The previous iteration of the ban list wasn't working out for a number of reasons, so we'll see how this new version goes.
- CHANGE: Increased the number of tavern brawlers that spawn at a time from 4 to 8.
- CHANGE: Rank S knowledge perk has been changed. It now increases your chance to find that creature's Card and Singular variant.
- CHANGE: Enemies now have a chance to drop their Core, Spell Gems, Artifact, and random loot after battle regardless of your knowledge rank. In addition, the chances of these items dropping has been drastically increased compared to when they only dropped if you had Rank S knowledge.
- CHANGE: Reduced the number of Nether Crucible Guardians from 5 to 3. Guardians also spawn much closer to the player now.
- CHANGE: "Diamond Attunement" trait has been changed: Artifacts are never decayed, and Spell Gems are never sealed.
- CHANGE: You can now Extract from creatures in more types of battles, including Nemesis Creatures. This change is particularly interesting because it gives new players access to more creatures early on.
- CHANGE: Artifact and Spell Gem properties are no longer weighted toward lower-end values. This should make reforging a little less frustrating, and should give artifacts that are found in the wild a greater opportunity to be useful.
- CHANGE: Death Mage "Necromancy" perk no longer resurrects your creatures as random Death creatures. Instead, it simply resurrects the creature.
- CHANGE: When you re-roll Prophecies, any Prophecies that you've already completed will no longer be re-rolled.
- CHANGE: Decreased the number of kills required for Saia to gain stats by roughly 35%.
- CHANGE: Greatly increased the rate at which you'll encounter new creatures as your highest realm depth increases.
- CHANGE: Damage that is inflicted by creatures other than attacks and spells is now mitigated by a very small amount of the defending creature's Defense. Examples of damage affected by this change include the "Splash" buff and the "Piercing Dragon Claws" trait. Previously, this type of damage was not mitigated by anything at all which resulted in higher-than-intended damage. Note that this change does not affect damage that is NOT inflicted directly by creatures, such as Poison and Burn. Let me know what you think about this change - the goal isn't to make these effects useless, but to make them a little less ridiculous.
- CHANGE: All interfaces that allow you to rename something in the game (such as artifact branding or item set renaming) now allow you to type out the name.
- CHANGE: Decreased cost of Gate of the Gods from 696969 of each resource to 100000 of each resource.
- CHANGE: Rebalanced the number of achievement points granted by each achievement. The goals of this balance pass were to lower all the numbers to make them feel more approachable, and also to make early-game achievements more impactful.
- CHANGE: Bosses are no longer immune to the "Confused" and "Sleep" debuffs.
- CHANGE: After defeating a god in battle, that god's altar will appear.
- CHANGE: Maps of Farsight are now automatically consumed at the start of each realm and can no longer be used manually.
- CHANGE: Increased the base spawn rate of Nether Crucibles.
- CHANGE: Increased the chance to find the exact Nemesis affix required to complete the prophecy that requires you to hunt down a specific Nemesis Creature.
- CHANGE: Enemies will no longer respawn after you complete the Realm Quest in that realm.
- CHANGE: "Misery" Nemesis and Itherian affixes no longer prevent healing and resurrection; just buffs and stat gains.
- CHANGE: "Hex" Nemesis affix now increases the cost of your creatures' spells by 50%. "Hex" Itherian affix now increases the cost of your creatures' spells by 100%.
- CHANGE: Rebalanced boss levels, especially early-game bosses. Their levels were far higher than other creatures at that realm depth, and it forced players to grind to level up too early in the game.
- CHANGE: Slightly increased the chance to encounter Itherian Creatures.
- CHANGE: "Pandemonium Ultimatum" talisman's rank 100 power has been changed since the old one was nearly useless.
- CHANGE: When you breed your creatures, the level of the offspring is now equal to the highest level of the two parents. Previously, the offspring inherited 50% of each parents' experience points.
- CHANGE: Increased the minimum possible chance to find Spell Gems by 40%. You won't notice this increase if you're already pretty far into the game, but this should help out new players quite a bit.
- CHANGE: Decreased the frequency that you'll find class-based Shield and Lance artifacts. The drop rates of these artifacts should now be more in line with all the other types of artifacts.
- CHANGE: Doubled effectiveness of "Increased Chance to Find Itherian Creatures" property for Sigils.
- CHANGE: Made some adjustments to how fatigue damage is calculated. The goal of this change was to resolve "stalemate" battles more quickly.
- CHANGE: Creatures will now become "Primed" about 30% faster on average.
- CHANGE: Arena is now unlocked at "Honored" instead of "Revered" favor with Gonfurian.
- CHANGE: Maximum character limit in all names is now 20, up from 16.
- CHANGE: Enemies will no longer spawn with certain spells that they wouldn't be able to normally use anyway, such as Summon spells.
- CHANGE: Cost to re-roll Prophecies now increases by a flat 5000 Power per re-roll, rather than doubling each time.
- CHANGE: Nemesis Creatures and Itherian Realm bosses now have randomly generated names.
- CHANGE: The size of the arena crowd is now based on your fame rank.
- CHANGE: Lord Zantai card has a new, unique effect.
- CHANGE: Enemies now respawn more frequently if your Heart of Darkness is activated and you can instantly kill enemies.
- CHANGE: If a realm is too small to contain all the necessary objects, the game will continuously try to generate new realms until it creates one that works.
- CHANGE: If you have the realm quest that requires you to collect an enemy's corpse, the corpse can now also be found on enemies defeated by the Heart of Darkness.
- CHANGE: Macro condition that checks to see if a creature has NOT been extracted will now return "false" if the extraction chance is 0%.
- CHANGE: There were two "the Collector" titles, so one has been changed to "the Archivist".
- CHANGE: Removed option to discard cards since you can just squelch them now.
- CHANGE: Made several minor improvements to most of the wardrobe costumes added in the last patch.
- CHANGE: "Unbroken Mirror" talisman now has a maximum rank of 400.
- CHANGE: Improved formatting of achievement category interface.
- CHANGE: Scylla and Charybdis' and Judgment and Mercy's battle intro text have been changed to include their names.
- CHANGE: God boss battles now have different intro text.
- CHANGE: Moved the location of the "Guide: Macros" bookshelf to be located consistently with other guides.
- CHANGE: Removed enlarged artifact icons from the artifacts menu to make room for trait descriptions.
- FIX: Donating to Torun too many times reset the donation counter for this particular god. He's not sorry at all.
- FIX: Undead Army boss fight was summoning too many enemies in the story fight, and too few in the Nether Boss fight.
- FIX: Several keys were named incorrectly in the key rebinding interface.
- FIX: Item sets and stable teams could sometimes be overwritten with the wrong items/creatures.
- FIX: 'Deified (X) by [God]' achievements unlocked 1 level later than their descriptions claimed.
- FIX: You can no longer cancel out of the riddle dwarf's dialog using the back button.
- FIX: Invaders for certain Realm Quests will now continuously respawn until you complete the quest to ensure that you never run out of enemies to kill. All invaders will be erased after you complete the quest. This change will also make these quests a little faster to complete.
- FIX: There was an Itherian Artifact that was bugged and couldn't be obtained.
- FIX: Horde-style fights (including the final story battle) could sometimes skip summoning extra creatures.
- FIX: Torun didn't always offer the Gate of the Gods quest at the correct time.
- FIX: Itherian affix "Horde" didn't spawn creatures with Itherian boss stat bonuses in waves past the first one.
- FIX: New features such as the arena were unlocked at the wrong times, or never at all.
- FIX: Rune descriptions in the tavern tickets shop were wrong.
- FIX: "Artifacts Awakened" accolade could sometimes count twice per awakening.
- FIX: Tavern spells couldn't be awakened on artifacts.
- FIX: "Assassin's Specialty" trait didn't work.
- FIX: "Sacrifice to the Light" could be awakened on artifacts which was useless since it only works if the spell is cast by a gem.
- FIX: Some wardrobe costumes had strange visual issues, such as Zeus' crown falling off to the side of his head sometimes.
- FIX: Rare case where spell gems could be unequipped from your creatures after a tavern brawl.
- FIX: "Hate and Other Triumphs" had a misleading description. Also fixed a bug related to this trait that prevented enemies' buffs/debuffs from clearing on death.
- FIX: Talismans were supposed to unlock in god shops at Deified (5), but they unlocked at Deified (6) instead.
- FIX: Tavern Brawler win/loss records will now immediately update client-side after you win or lose against them.
- FIX: Fortune Teller achievements referred to Prophecies as "tasks", which is antiquated from Siralim 2.
- FIX: Potential freeze under very specific circumstances when randomizing a sigil's properties.
- FIX: Winning 4 or 5 arena battles in a row wasn't rewarding quite as many Arena Points as intended.
- FIX: Enemies weren't respawning.
- NOTE: New Tavern Brawl teams will not be uploaded to the server until the patch is approved and released by Apple for iOS. This should happen in less than a day from now.
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November 21

Siralim 3 Survey - Please take a few minutes to provide feedback!

If you've played Siralim 3, please take a few minutes to answer our new survey. We'll use the feedback from this survey to create a better game for you in future updates!
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About This Game

The King of Siralim, tainted by an unknown force, has brought war to the lands of Rodia, capturing all of the country's kingdoms and slaughtering their people in the process. Now, only one kingdom remains that can stand against this unlikely adversary: Nex. As the king (or queen) of Nex, it is your job to fight back against Siralim's tyranny and return peace to Rodia once more.

If you're in a hurry, we've written a short list of features Siralim 3 has to offer. You can read about each feature in more detail by scrolling down past this list.

  • Collect and breed over 700 different creatures to fight for you.
  • Explore randomly generated dungeons with 15 unique tilesets.
  • Craft artifacts and spell gems to equip your creatures for battle.
  • Infinite playability - there's not even a level cap. New features are introduced well-beyond the 100-hour mark. You'll never run out of things to do!
  • Rich end-game content, including Itherian Realms, super-bosses, arena battles, and much more!
  • Asynchronous player-versus-player battles. If you win, you'll earn exclusive items!
  • Content updates and patches are planned to add even more content to the game post-launch!
  • Take part in our community, contribute your suggestions, and let's create the ultimate monster taming game together!

Your primary goal in this game is to collect creatures to fight for you. There are over 700 in total, and each one has a unique trait that improves its abilities in battle.

You can acquire new creatures either by finding them in the wild, or by breeding two of your own creatures to make them lay an egg. For example, you can create a Gula Sin by breeding together a Wyvern Sonicscreecher and an Aaxer Apocalypse.

Keep your eyes open for ultra-rare "Singular" creatures, which are creatures that have a unique color scheme compared to their normal counterparts.

Each creature also has its own lore that you can read about in the library. In total, our creature lore contains more than 55,000 words. That's the size of a novel!

Take your creatures into randomly generated dungeons called "Realms". There, you'll fight against enemies that can be killed to increase your creatures' experience points, as well as drop resources and items that you can use to further improve your party.

There are 15 different tilesets for Realms, and each Realm offers exclusive creatures, quests, events, and much more.

Your creatures can equip items called Spell Gems, which allow them to cast the spells contained in these gems. You can enchant these Spell Gems to add new properties to them which change the way the spell works. For example, you can customize the type of damage the spell does, or cause the spell to activate an additional effect after a creature casts it.

There are over 300 Spell Gems to find in the game, and over 20 properties that you can add to each spell. The possibilities are endless!

Each of your creatures can also equip an Artifact. Artifacts are items that grant the equipped creature a wide array of bonuses. These bonuses range anywhere from a simple boost to their attacks, all the way to granting them new traits and spells.

Artifacts have randomly generated properties, but you can also utilize over 1000 different crafting materials to add, remove, or modify these properties. Different creatures work better with different properties, so you'll need to experiment to figure out what works best for your team!

There's an insane amount of rare items and accomplishments to collect. Here's a brief list... and believe it or not, this doesn't even begin to scratch the surface.

  • Cards - these rare items have a small chance to drop from enemies after you defeat them. They grant bonuses to you and your creatures just by having them in your inventory. It will take a long time to find all of the 700+ cards in the game!
  • Talismans - these work a lot like Cards in that they provide you with passive bonuses. However, by completing certain end-game content, you can upgrade your Talismans to improve the bonus and even unlock new powers!
  • Favor - There are 15 gods in the game, and you can increase your favor with each one. As you do so, you'll unlock new game features, creatures, items, and more!
  • Knowledge - the more you defeat a certain creature, the more knowledgeable you'll become about it, which unlocks new bonuses when you're fighting against that creature. Eventually, you'll be able to see a creature's health/mana bars in battle, view their lore in the library, deal additional damage to them, gain more experience points and resources by defeating them, and increase their chance to drop their Card.
  • Singular Creatures - each creature in the game has a "Singular" counterpart. Singular Creatures are extremely difficult to find and have a unique color palette.
  • Achievements - the game has hundreds of achievements for you to collect. When you earn an achievement, you'll gain some Achievement Points which improve the quality and quantity of loot you'll find during your travels.
  • Wardrobe and Titles - you can unlock new costumes for your character to wear (such as a chef's uniform), as well as titles that change your name (so you might go from being called "King James" to "James the Drunk"). Wardrobes and titles can be seen by other players when you participate in asynchronous player-versus-player battles.

Don't you hate when a good game comes to an end? We do too. That's why Siralim 3 never truly ends.

There's not even a level cap. You can continue leveling your character and creatures forever, all while still finding new challenges waiting for you just around the corner. We've crafted every game mechanic around players who want to someday accumulate hundreds, if not thousands of hours of playtime.

Completing the game's main story quests is just the beginning. After that, you'll unlock countless new systems to keep you entertained for hundreds of hours to come.

Here's a brief list of some of the game's end-game content, but again, there's so much more to this game than we can possibly write here.

  • Itherian Realms - these work like normal Realms (as we described earlier), except these have randomly generated properties that change the way the enemies or even the Realm itself behaves. You can acquire and upgrade Talismans in Itherian Realms in order to bolster your party. You can even find the elusive Itherian Creatures here, which are rare creatures that have unique traits you won't find anywhere else.
  • Tavern Brawls - fight against other players' creatures in asynchronous player-versus-player combat. You can earn exclusive Spell Gems, creatures, and other items if you win!
  • End-Game Quests - a never-ending supply of quests and missions for you to complete long after you experience the main storyline quests.
  • Super Bosses - we can't spoil what these are or how they work here, but rest assured that you'll face plenty of grueling challenges by fighting these bosses... and you'll be handsomely rewarded if you manage to win.
  • Arena - draft a team of creatures and see how many enemies you can take down before your party is wiped out.
  • More is on the way! We're committed to bringing content updates that include tons of awesome, end-game content after the game launches.

    Q: Do I need to play Siralim or Siralim 2 before playing Siralim 3? Are the stories related in any way?
    A: Siralim 3 is a completely standalone game, and for that reason, you should have no problems playing it without playing the other games first. While the stories in Siralim 2 and 3 are intertwined, they can still be enjoyed independently. In short, there's something for new and old players alike!

    Q: What's new from Siralim 2?
    A: We already listed most of the new features elsewhere on this page, but if you're looking for a more concise list, check out the FAQ on our website!

    Q: What platforms is Siralim 3 available on?
    A: It is currently available on Steam(PC/Mac/Linux), Android (Google Play), and iOS; and it will eventually make its way to Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. We do not have any ETAs on release dates for consoles, but we will make an announcement when we do.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • OS: Snow Leopard or higher
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu (64-bit ONLY)
    • Storage: 200 MB available space

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