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RoeK - physics based, sword-fighting platformer

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A piece has escaped the eternal game!
Roek is a sword-fighting platformer with an intuitive, physics based, 1:1 mouse and keyboard control scheme.
Slice and smash your way through surreal fantasy environments inspired by early 2000's PC action games and baroque perspective illustrations.

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It's interesting this type of melee combat gameplay, never saw much success past 'Rune Classic' and 'Die by the Sword'
Though what catched my eye really was the late 90's/early 2000's surreal graphics - they remind me of this:



 
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About time someone made another DBTS clone. Introversion's Determinance had potential but sadly they gave up on it.
 

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