Feartress is a bit of a quirky one. Blending together elements of an idle RPG with some small city-building that sees you go through different dimensions. I'm really not sure on the best way to describe this one, it's just odd but it has a pretty nice idea to play through.
"A new take on the genre of incremental games where you go on a journey to collect all the 21 elemental pearls and restore balance to the universe. You build up a settlement in each world and destroy enemy structures to find loot and unlock new perks. Collect epic and legendary gear to help you venture into new worlds with increasingly powerful enemies."
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- 25+ friendly unit types to hire.
- 25+ friendly building types to build.
- 50+ types of enemies to fight.
- Randomly generated equippable items.
- 100+ perks to unlock.
- 13 maps.
Available on Steam in Early Access with Native Linux support.
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Tried the web version for a bit. It's ok, but still too close to an idle game to keep me interested. However, it seems to be a good full featured version that works well as a demo.
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Quoting: EhvisTried the web version for a bit. It's ok, but still too close to an idle game to keep me interested. However, it seems to be a good full featured version that works well as a demo.
Well, the description does say it's an Incremental Game, which is another term for idle games in general. So not much of a surprise.
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