Nov 21, 2017 Last Updated 12:18 PM, Nov 20, 2017

Lost Castle Early Access Interview

Published in Dev Talks
Read 2699 times
Rate this item
(0 votes)

Lost Castle Early Access Interview with Hunter Studio

Lost Castle is an action RPG beat'em up with roguelike elements and randomized dungeons.

Prologue: Castle Harwood used to be a castle governed by nobles. Unfortunately, evils had come upon the land and ended the calm days. Peoples were tortured, enslaved, murdered by demons. Gradually, demons wanted a bit more and began to invade surrounding areas. For the humanity, honor and treasures, the braves from far and near come continuously enter Harwood to find the root of all evils...

In the game, you play as a treasure hunter who is also plan to enter Harwood. You want to uphold justice with the sword in your hand, and, by the way, take some treasures. However, Harwood has been eroded by evil. Will everything be as you wish?

About Another Indie/Hunter Studio

It began on a dark and stormy night in a university in the mysterious land of China. Three good friends gathered beneath the peach trees and incanted a dark and dangerous ritual to give them the terrible strength of the gods. Unfortunately, the spell went wrong and they got really good at coding instead. If they could not be gods of this realm, then they decided to create another

Websites:

www.anotherindie.com/
@anotherindieS
https://www.facebook.com/anotherindiestudio

Support it! Purchase & and Play on Steam!

Related items

  • Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan gears up for Early Access with Beta Weekend

    Starting today, publisher Insel Games hosts its final test weekend for their upcoming sci-fi action MMORPG Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan, adding new US servers as well as the “Squad League” PvP arena where players will be able to test their strength in 5 v 5 matches. Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan is scheduled to launch on Steam via Early Access later this year.

  • Hand of Fate 2 Review

    Hand of Fate 2 brings the greatest strengths of its predecessor back in this sequel. Innovative gameplay combines action RPG combat with roguelike progression and deckbuilding, and small quality of life issues in the controls do little to detract from the masterful storytelling of this title.

  • Deadbeat Heroes Review

    In this debut beat ‘em up from Deadbeat Productions, chunky graphics mix with smooth mechanics. Add a layer of cheesy one-liners, sandwiched between saucy superheroes and crusty villains. You hold something tasty and classically-inspired in your hands, if perhaps a little unexceptional. It’s not Disneyland’s Monte Christo, but an enjoyable BLT.

  • Is Early Access Worth It?

    Early access games give developers and players a unique relationship as a game goes through early-to-final development stages. As a player, you don’t have to be among the select few for the game’s alpha and beta phases; you can play immediately and experience a new perspective as the developers continue to build and improve the game based on your feedback.

  • BLACK DAY Early Access Review

    Black Day is an “Early Access” third person shooter with FPS elements.  Rather than focusing on a set story and setting, Black Day is a military sandbox where players change the parameters of their missions.  Featuring an experience-based progression system, Black Day rewards players for handicapping themselves via difficult obstacles with new equipment and maps.  Helios Productions self proclaims this title as “very ambitious,” promising that they only want to provide an excellent final product.  The promise of so many features, paired with the beauty of the Unreal Engine, begs the question; is it able to deliver on its ambition?

  • The Walking Vegetables Review

    With many weapons, unlocks, and even co-op play,  The Walking Vegetables has a high chance you will replay it over, and over... and over. It’s a great game all-around, especially if you are interested in a cheap alternative to therapy because your mom forced you to eat her vegetable casserole, even though you told her you hated carrots. The Walking Vegetables takes the best aspects of any top-down shooter, and gives it the 80s-cocaine-treatment that it needed.

More in this category: Dungeon Rushers Interview »

Latest Indie Reviews

The Indie Scene, Under Review.

Straight from The Devs

our weekly selection of news

Out Soon

PC Gaming Incoming