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Are you looking for a difficult but rewarding side-scrolling action RPG set in Egypt? Pharaonic might just be what you need.

After a short time in Early Access the game is now polished up enough and has been fully released.

I remember watching our Samsai livestream it, and it certainly looked rather good.

About the game
Pharaonic is an unforgiving sidescrolling Action-RPG set in Ancient Egypt. Explore a vast kingdom full of dangers and brutal enemies while you find the truth behind Ahmosis I, the Red Pharaoh.

Only the most audacious warriors will have any chance of success. The Pharaoh's army and countless dangerous creatures will stand in your way.

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Tags: Action, RPG, Steam
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PublicNuisance 30 Apr, 2016
I picked up Ziggurat but haven't gotten to it yet. I'm liking the visual style and combat of Pharaonic though. Hopefully it goes DRM free at some point.
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