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If you love the JRPG style, keep an eye out for Alterium Shift

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Alterium Shift is an in-development indie RPG styled like JRPG classics including inspiration from Chrono Trigger and FFVI.

"In this game you will experience a story rich, living world, where choices and interactions matter! You’ll journey with three heroes in training; Pyra, Atlas, and Sage. Their teacher, the war hero Dolion, strives to mold his students into heroes, ones better than himself. You start the game with the three heroes taking their final test before being sent off on an important and life changing mission. What fate awaits these heroes and can they accomplish the tasks set forth before them?"

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An actual release is still a while away, with their current target being December 2022. The developer confirmed on Twitter their plan for Linux support.

You can follow on itch.io and Steam. There's a Linux demo available on itch too.

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14 Nov 20, 2021
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Looks cute. I'm curious what was going on when the screen split into three perspectives. I see at their Itch page that there are three characters in the game. But there no indication of multiplayer.
scaine Nov 20, 2021
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Quoting: 14Looks cute. I'm curious what was going on when the screen split into three perspectives. I see at their Itch page that there are three characters in the game. But there no indication of multiplayer.

Yeah, that was odd. I think it was just demonstrating a bunch of different attacks though. I'm not sure the three-way split-screen is actual gameplay, tbh.

Mottzy Nov 23, 2021
Quoting: 14Looks cute. I'm curious what was going on when the screen split into three perspectives. I see at their Itch page that there are three characters in the game. But there no indication of multiplayer.

I'm one of the developers (and story writers) of the project. The game is single-player and has multiple characters. The three pictured are the primary characters and, without giving away to much, the experience can be different based on how you play in the beginning.

If you have more questions feel free to reach out! We regularly post on twitter and our website has a link to discord for more direct questions and responses.

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