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An isometric, party-based, real-time with pause RPG in a world infested by greed and envy. Coming to PC, Mac & Linux on GOG and Steam.
An isometric, party-based, real-time with pause RPG in a world infested by greed and envy. Coming to PC, Mac & Linux on GOG and Steam.
An isometric, party-based, real-time with pause RPG in a world infested by greed and envy. Coming to PC, Mac & Linux on GOG and Steam.
3,467 backers pledged €108,837 to help bring this project to life.

Halfway there, undead are coming

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Black Geyser: Couriers of Darkness launched its campaign 5 days ago and more than 50% of its goal has already been reached. This is awesome. We are extremely grateful for your support!

Also, many thanks to Feargus Urquhart from Obsidian for his great suggestions before our Kickstarter launch.

We are halfway there...
We are halfway there...

We have received an incredible number of questions--thank you! Our team is working hard to answer all of them. Those of you who asked us about greed and Plant Item mechanics, we ask your patience. We will soon start processing your messages as well.

Since we got several questions about undead 'mechanics' as well, the next update will be a special one, directly from our writer. It will present Animated Undead and Restless Undead, explaining the differences and their impact on gameplay.

 
Kirk Downer, tolkienfan1, and 30 more people like this update.

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    1. Manu Eclipsiste on

      Feargus The Man! It's nice you were able to get some advice from such a great figure in CRPGs...
      Looking forward to read more about the Undead now!

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      JonSnowIsAlive on

      This is really going somewhere, keep up the good work!!!

    3. Steve Ryhn on

      This is looking absolutely awesome! I love that one of the Backer rewards was designing the horde of one of the Undead!

      Your graphics engine looks amazing - I can't wait to get my hooks into this and play both sides all the way through. Glad you're making what looks to be another great RPG!