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The team behind ATOM RPG seem to have done very well, not only have they made a pretty good Fallout-like RPG that's seen great post-release support, they're also teasing something new.

Firstly, "The Dead City Update" is now live and it's another huge update to the game. They're saying the game is now actually "finished", although it was completable before since it's a released game there were still a few odds and ends that needed sorting which this update should address.

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This update includes tons like more than 20 new locations, over 40 new characters, over 20 new quests, new enemies with unique AI, new random encounters, new armour, throwing weapons, new animations, new hazards to face and so on.

As for what's coming next, they said they're working on a "stand-alone add-on" they've code-named Trudograd. Their current plan is to put it on Steam sometime later this year and they should be sharing more details about it through the development process.

You can find ATOM RPG on GOG and Steam.

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3 comments

Purple Library Guy 30 May, 2019
They should call it "Children of the ATOM"
AciD 1 Jun, 2019
'Dead city' reminds me of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHpmvjqJpjw :)
Good 'ol times
Pangaea 31 Aug, 2019
This game caught my attention in the recent GOG sale. What do people think about it? Native Linux release, which is always great, but how does it play?

This seems to be the last article about the game, and I didn't find anything in the normal forum, so I'm posting here hoping for some more comments about it. It's cheap (and 30% off) so I may take my chance on it anyway, but please advice :)
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