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17-11-2013, 02:13 AM #1
Lords of Xulima: Original Fantasy RPG with Ultima & Wizardy inspiration
My name is Mathieu and I'm here on behalf of the Numantian Games team to present this turn-based, isometric RPG we've spent the better part of these last 2 years working on. We're in the final stages of developement, and much of our time is also dedicated to spreading the word about Lords of Xulima. It's a difficult task for a new indie studio from Spain, so I really appreciate your time.
As is often the case with game development, we had so many ideas and dreams for this project, that we simply couldn't put them all into the game with the time and resources we had. We are at our limit and looking to release the game in February, but before that we'd love to polish it some more & add some of the things which contribute to making RPGs so great, such as an original composed soundtrack or more classes/world zones & lore.
About 70% of the game is complete and our current Kickstarter is nearing 200% of it's original goal, with 2 weeks left. We also just got Steam Greenlit, so there is little risk involved for you at this point if you wish to contribute. We are very grateful for the support so far and plan on making the game that much better in time for its release. A closed Beta will follow the campaign, where we hope to have many fellow gamers help us improve the game with their ideas and creativity.
Website & Developpement blog: www.lordsofxulima.com
LoX Alpha gameplay video, part 1:
LoX Main Theme (early version), made possible by your support!
Comments, questions or feedback are welcome, as always!
20-11-2013, 10:06 AM #2
Well, we're zeroing-in on our 3rd goal with a bit over a week left, but an event of greater importance has just happened.
As some of you may know, Kickstarters sometimes fall victim to ill-meaning backers. Super Roman Conquest has just been "trolled" by 5,000$ (~17%) in one fell swoop, 70 hours short of a successful finish line.
If you have a heart for retro-style games, or are simply a strategy fan which is not too picky on graphics, you can probably make a difference there.
That's all. I'm still available to answer any questions or discuss anything about RPGs/Lords of Xulima. Happy gaming =)
Last edited by NumantianGames; 20-11-2013 at 10:13 AM.