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Mysterious Castle, Tactics combat in a Roguelike world

eclectocrat

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Hi,
Many years ago I made an iOS tactics roguelike game called Mysterious Castle, I got some great feedback and some probably deserved hate here :). Fun times.

I recently dusted it off, updated it and released it free to play on the web. It's fully tactical gameplay with 4 party members in a procedurally generated open-world maze, with dungeons.

You can try it out at www.mysterious-castle.com

I'd definitely appreciate any feedback you'd like to share.
 

Don Peste

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Hi,
Many years ago I made an iOS tactics roguelike game called Mysterious Castle, I got some great feedback and some probably deserved hate here :). Fun times.

I recently dusted it off, updated it and released it free to play on the web. It's fully tactical gameplay with 4 party members in a procedurally generated open-world maze, with dungeons.

You can try it out at www.mysterious-castle.com

I'd definitely appreciate any feedback you'd like to share.
You're back!! :hug:

Yeah, an Android port would be great. Also, why isn't there a downloadable version that can be played offline?
 

eclectocrat

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You're back!! :hug:
Hehe, this place is eternal. Thanks :) :shittydog:
Yeah, an Android port would be great. Also, why isn't there a downloadable version that can be played offline?
Android when?
I have wanted to port to Android for a decade but never find the time. So, sometime... maybe never, I don't know ;)

You can download the game by using the little download button in Chrome's address bar, then it actually saves your game and runs like a normal offline app. I probably won't make native versions unless I decide to release on Steam.
 
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Cologno

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Less people use ios than Android, so you went with that. 'Kay. I'm just sayin', you're lazy. No time, pft. No drive. Mainline some meth and get to work.
 

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