Thai indie studio Corecell has announced Quantamancy: The Purgatory, a new game in development. The studio is best known as the makers of the Aeterno Blade series and most recently came into the limelight following a legal dispute with UK publisher PQube.
How does a young chemist pass off as a legitimate medical professional instead of a snake oil salesperson? Finding the answer to this question is your mission in Bandung-based developer MassHive Media’s newest game Potion Permit, coming to PC and consoles soon.
In The Magister, you have the opportunity to play powerful officials of the mighty Empire, investigating the curious death of a colleague in the Northern Province of Silverhurst. You have two weeks to explore and study the scene of the crime and uncover any hidden secrets that will lead you to the truth.
The most exciting thing about Labyrinth of Legendary Loot, a roguelike dungeon crawler from Dominaxis Games, is how agile the gameplay feels despite being turn-based. You’ll be zipping around, fire and poison spewing from your hands as arrows and energy waves and on the tile you were just at, before finally sticking your Brutal Axe into the skull of the wizard who’s been hiding behind a wall of spiders and bears since you entered the room. It feels fast (despite being, you know, turn-based), it feels intuitive, and like all the best roguelikes, RNG granting you an absolutely busted combination of loot feels amazing.
There are game tropes that never get boring. This can easily be said about about Mechas, gigantic human-controlled combat robots. Originally borrowed from the Japanese manga and anime scene, Mechas have also become a popular theme for games of different genres. In the recent past, Thai developers in particular have spoiled us with action-heavy Mecha games (e.g. Project Nimbus, Dual Gear, MASS Builder). Developer Bit Egg now wants to offer a much more strategic flavor with Zecha Tactics.