There’s a new update to Kings of Ember!
DrEthan stopped by the forum with a quick overview of what’s new:
I released a small update on Game Jolt, here is a synopsis.
- Battle walk animations for the enemies
- Settings menu
- Logic in dialogues
The latest version is available from GameJolt for Windows, Mac OS and Linux:
Download Kings of Ember 0.6.1
Quick battle tip: The Brickman is a little tough with the starting sword. There are stronger weapons available from the shop that can be bought once a few enemies have been defeated.
Source: Kings of Ember Fan Game
It’s always exciting to see new project updates from The Legend of Syro, and this one is a real treat! There’s a tonne of new features (see the changelog) and lots of polish.
This was a huge quality of life update and much of the core code has been changed. If I could get a few people to test it out, that would be great! As always, let me know if you find any bugs.
This update contains all of Chapter 1, a ‘Control Enemies’ cheat, the 6vs66 challenge map (Good luck! you’re going to need it!), and my Debug Test room which contains some new spells for you to mess with (Quake and Summon). Chapter 1 aside, all other features are accessed via the ‘Options’ portion of the main menu.
If you haven’t tried the game before, I highly recommend giving the demo a thorough playthrough. It’s extremely polished and has a great Shining Force feel to it. As always, be sure to leave some feedback in the forum too.
Download The Legend of Syro – Beta 1.0
DrEthan stopped by Ye Olde Blah to let everyone know there’s a new update to Kings of Ember – and it’s a big one!
Here’s a quick look at what’s been added:
Yaaaaaa, I released another update a few days ago and I decided to post a summary here.
- Added main menu
- Added saving and loading
- added money
- added item drops
- added shop
The complete list of changes, as well as the new demo, can be found on the Kings of Ember GameJolt page.
You might remember news of Project Nekoforce back in December of last year. Now it has a name: “Amreen: Instrument of Revolution”. Even better, there’s a playable prototype available!
The project’s author, Doh042, shared some details over at Shining Force Central:
For those who haven’t read about it before, it’s a 2D strategy RPG paying homage mostly to Camelot’s Shining Force series. It has a very JRPG look to it, and this is the fruit of probably 400-500 man hours for a 2-man crew for the last 3 months. The build features 1 combat map and 1 city map. There are 5 very different characters in the player’s group, fighting against 3 different enemy units. You have access to 4 spells and 3 different items.
We plan to keep updating the prototype a little (mostly bug fixes based on people’s feedback, if we get any!), and there’s a few things we have left on a wishlist that may or may not make the cut for future release/builds. (Art update, actually having villagers/npcs in the city, etc.)
After that dust settles, we’ll start planning the Vertical Slice, which should feature a few hours of gameplay (roughly 4-5 battles, 3 exploration areas, 16 or so player characters with all their spells and a dozen enemy types).
Be sure to give the demo a try and leave some feedback!
Download Amreen: Instrument of Revolution
Source: Shining Force Central – Amreen: Instrument of Revolution Prototype Released