Graal Seeker is a 2D game that blends RPG with roguelike mechanics and real-time tactical battles. It recreates the initiatory journey of a knight seeking the Holy Grail in fifth century Britain. Seek the Graal in a medieval Britain. Find your Graal based on the choices you make. Build a team and choose how to evolve your character.
I’m happy to share with you this fresh news. After being 7 months on the Steam Greenlight platform, it has been Greenlit this week! It’s a nice surprise that’s happening. Indeed, I didn’t make as many updates as I intended to make this campaign successful and to make the community growing. But here we are! That’s excellent news and I would like to thank every one who voted, commented and have spread the word. Thank you!
Being Greenlit means that our game Graal Seeker will have the opportunity to be released on the Steam platform. So it’s a really big news because I know now that Graal Seeker will reach the Steam market when it will be released.
My recent experience being an indie game developer, with all the financial implications, leads me to say no ETA, but don’t worry I definitely believe that it will come in 2016. I’m very optimistic for the future, and now I have to manage all the resources I can towards game development itself and provide more updates for the community.
Thanks for reading and stay tuned :)
What's next with Graal Seeker and some progress on the combat.
Discover some skills of the knight, druid and archer through new animations.
More details about the bard character and his skills today.
Update from Graal Seeker : a devlog video about the music and the sfx in the game, extension of our crowdfunding, reddit AMA event very soon with other...
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