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10tons, who are well known for their top-down shooters are unleashing their latest title 'Undead Horde' in Early Access on March 6th.

Become a necromancer and raise the dead - Undead Horde is a necromantic action game with elements from RPG, strategy and hack'n'slash. You'll battle against the living who've driven the necromancers and their undead minions into exile. You'll re-animate all kinds of creatures and build an army of up to 100 undead. Your army follows you or attacks by itself depending on your commands.

Good to see them do something different again, with Undead Horde mashing a number of genres together to create something that looks quite interesting.

Looks like it could be a lot of fun, take a look:

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  • Explore and conquer a fantasy world filled with creatures from humans to giant scorpions
  • Re-animate your slain enemies and make them part of your undead army
  • Endless number of new weapons, trinkets and magical items
  • Level up and create the necromancer of your nightmares
  • Sell and trade your loot with various merchants
  • Manage shops with upgrades

You can wishlist and follow it on Steam, it should come to GOG too as noted in the trailer above but no page live there yet. Like with their previous games, I will hopefully take a look at it once it's available.

Hat tip to Naib.

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bingus 23 Feb, 2019
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Reminds me a bit of Overlord, which isn't a bad thing. Was fun to be the bad guy.
Nanobang 23 Feb, 2019
If Overloard had a brother who wouldn't stop playing with dead things when they were boys, this is him: Overlord's necromantic brother whom I shall call "Merv."

(Not to be confused with the promising-looking 2014 Early Access title, Undead Overlord, which was abandoned when the dev moved to Uruguay to open a Peruvian llama stacking franchise.)

It's going on my wishlist. Oh! Spooky. It's already there!

Last edited by Nanobang on 23 February 2019 at 1:55 pm UTC
Shmerl 24 Feb, 2019
Quoting: bingusReminds me a bit of Overlord, which isn't a bad thing. Was fun to be the bad guy.

And Dungeons games too. Original roots are in Dungeon Keeper though.
dpanter 24 Feb, 2019
Can't wait for this one, making all the right noises to sate my dark necromantic urges.
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