Take part in a quest that spans worlds. Finely polished pixels and expertly tracked music accompany you, and the many player characters in this game, throughout a satisfying adventure. This game is sure to bring back memories, but also to firmly implant new and treasured ones. Role Playing Goodness: * Nineteen locations to discover and explore * Nine adventurers to add to the party, develop and lead. * Turn-based combat against over ninety monster types. * Eighteen spells for Magic Users and Clerics to cast (not including spells cast by monsters!) * Enough swords, guns, potions, helmets, badges, keys, staves and armor to keep any adventurer stocked for life. Translated to the following languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
Hello all! I've begun a campaign to set Monster RPG 2 free! That means free to download and play (without ads or "in app purchases" or ANYTHING like that), and also open source. I want to help people make games using the Monster RPG 2 engine as well. Of course all this means that any and every Desura user will be able to get M2 for free on their platform of choice!
The tricky part is I have to raise a little money to make this happen, so I can continue to work on other games (and, if you check the link at the end of this post, you can gain alpha access to the latest one by helping out!) I'm not asking for much, but I still have a long way to go before my $1,500 goal.
Without further adieu, here is the link to the Indiegogo campaign:
Thanks for all your help and past and future support here on Desura!
Highest Rated (3 agree) 8/10
This is a fun little game. It's similar to the SNES era RPGs, but not quite as polished as some of the greats. I don't think it's fair to really compare it to those games though, since this is an indie effort and not a big team production. All things considered, it's quite good. It captures the feel of a past era, and is great fun to play for a few hours here and there.
Nov 7 2011, 6:38am by rioninja
Lowest Rated (2 agree) 5/10
First of all, kudos to you for having the courage to develop a classic RPG with lots of monster types. A truly daunting task. This game tries hard to be classic JRPG with a twist, but it fails on several points. First of all, as a PC gamer, I love my keyboard and I do not take kindly to dumbed-down control schemes if they slow down or complicate gameplay. If I want to play a game on an iPhone I can expect to have only one real action button available, so it will either be an arcane combination of…
Jan 23 2012, 6:26pm by jorlin
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