Versus Evil, one of the leading independent video game publishers, showcased their upcoming range of games and announced that two of their games will be part of Indie X– Live stream is available. Today, viewers of the live stream will get an exclusive look at the post-apocalyptic isometric RPG. broken road And play the odd narrative cut Lil’ GuardsmanBoth titles are ahead of release later this year.
The Indie X Showcase takes place every year and showcases many of the most exciting upcoming indie titles on its livestream. This year’s show is bigger than ever with Indie X, partnering with DevGAMM, one of the world’s largest B2B video game events. Each indie featured game has the opportunity to be featured as one of the Indie X finalists, giving these titles extra exposure.
Broken Roads is a narrative-driven RPG that brings exploration, strategic turn-based combat and meaningful philosophical decisions to a new post-apocalyptic Australian setting. Broken Roads cleverly combines traditional and entirely new role-playing elements with a classless system that offers nearly limitless character development options around four philosophies: Humanist, Utilitarian, Machiavellian, and Nihilist. Additionally, the game presents players with an original morality system: the Moral Compass, where dialogue options and quest choices influence and affect a character’s philosophical orientation, as well as the difficult decisions they make.
Lil’ Guardsman is a narrative deduction game inspired by the classic point-and-click genre and the mechanics of Papers, Please. It’s set in a high fantasy world with the playful flair of 90s Monkey Island and other Lucasarts adventure classics. Lil regularly finds herself in the role of her father, chief of the castle guard, as she interrogates a variety of amusing and strange characters trying to penetrate the city walls. The consequences of this narrative-driven experience can be dire, and clever use of your skills can help you uncover far-reaching conspiracies and protect your castle and family from dastardly invaders.