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Laughing machines pixelart Action/RPG “UnDungeon” has become a huge success on Kickstarter

I (Robin Ek, TGG) just heard the great news that Laughing machines pixelart Action/RPG “UnDungeon” (for Windows, MAC and Linux, the game will also be released to PS4, Xbox One and Switch at a later time) has done really well on Kickstarter. In the matter of fact, the game did so well on Kickstarter that Laughing machines almost collected twice as much… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!

UnDungeon – Indie Pixelart Action/RPG Reaches Second Stretch Goal

UnDungeon – Indie Pixelart Action/RPG Reaches Second Stretch Goal, Inching Slowly Towards Their Console Release Tier Here’s some exciting news for you indie gamers out there. UnDungeon, the indie pixel action/RPG is 100% backed on its Kickstarter, and now begins the trek to reach stretch goals! Thanks to a plethora of generous backers, UnDungeon just smashed out the second tier of their stretch goals. We’ll explain all of the new content that will be coming to the game in a moment, but if you haven’t taken a look at UnDungeon, you can check out the trailer below!


UnDungeon Takes A Jackhammer To Late 90s Role-Playing Games

Take the alien aesthetic of Independence Day and set it to Massive Attack’s Mezzanine and you’ll have something in the neighborhood of a roguelike RPG being developed by a small German studio called UnDungeon. Advertisement Currently undergoing a Kickstarter campaign that recently hit its threshold to get funded, Laughing Machine’s freshman project seems easy enough to quantify. With permadeath and beautiful pixel graphics with a color palette somewhere between Miami Vice and Mad Max, UnDungeon feels safely within the spectrum of a number of other recent nostalgia filled indie releases. But for as much as the game appears to be chasing Hyper Light Drifter on its surface, the influences and underlying creative vision owe more to computer RPGs of the late 90s like Planescape: Torment and the first Fallout. Viktor Khliupko, one of the game’s designers, told me it was the long and somewhat archaic dialogue from these games, as well as their felxible role-playing system, that he wanted UnDungeon to emulate. “The ability to complete the game several times with a new character, quest, key events, and ending are much more important than endless READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Action RPG UnDungeon Launches on Kickstarter; Looking to Release on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Vita

Today, German-based developer Laughing Machines and publisher Square Enix Collective announced that roguelike, action RPG UnDungeon has launched on Kickstarter, seeking $52, 751 USD. Laughing Machines writes: …Read More The post Action RPG UnDungeon Launches on Kickstarter; Looking to Release on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Vita by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.