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Heroes of a Broken Land A Turn Based RPG With Town Building

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Well now this is an odd combination, Heroes of a Broken Land combines an RPG/First Person Dungeon Crawling with a town management game with interesting results.

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  • Procedurally generated worlds and dungeons for unlimted replay
  • Customize your world - from tiny worlds to epic adventures
  • Choose one of six Wizards to control, each with a unique power
  • Build your town and ally with others to expand your kingdom
  • 15 classes and races of heroes to recruit
  • Command multiple parties of adventurers
  • Explore epic multi-party dungeons
  • Battle challenging monsters, face devious traps


I can't wait to dive into this one, it looks like a really good combination of games to create something quite unique. The reviews on Desura are very good too which will probably make the developers feel pretty pleased with themselves I'm sure!

There is also a demo available, so test away before buying.

Heroes of a Broken Land

Finally, they need help getting onto Steam via Greenlight, so give them a vote wouldya! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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HadBabits 21 Jan, 2014
Reminds me of Legend of Grimrock, save for the town management.
torham 21 Jan, 2014
Tried the demo and ended up buying an hour later on desura, this game is really addictive.
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