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Swordhaven: Iron Conspiracy is the next game from the ATOM RPG team, inspired by the classic Infinity Engine games like Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale and more. They plan full Native Linux support once again, as I covered about the game previously, and controller support eventually too so it should hopefully play well on Steam Deck.

With the Kickstarter campaign only having 3 days left, the good news for people wanting to play more RPGs like it is that it's now fully funded. With nearly €40K pledged against the €36K goal they have a bit of wiggle-room there as they're just about to hit the first stretch-goal to improve the player-base system of the game, which gives you a home to call your own.

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Features include:

  • A flexible combat engine. Experience battle as a tactician in turn-based combat, or hasten the pace with the real-time with pause (RTwP) mode.
  • A classless roleplaying system: each stat combination provides a unique gaming experience, distinctive dialogues, and novel ways to solve quests.
  • A classics-inspired yet modern User Interface with large customization possibilities.
  • A vast, nonlinear world filled with unique NPCs and multi-solution quests that reward exploration, always offering alternative approaches to satisfy any character build.
  • Dozens of hours of exploration, from quiet village hamlets to hidden temples of the ancients, horrid crypts, bizarre dungeons, and otherworldly locales…

See more on the Kickstarter and Steam page which has a demo available.

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Jarmer May 7
Really looking forward to this one! The developers are wonderful. I'm kind of amazed at the amount they did their kickstarter for. It's so small for developing a game!
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