Solasta’s dungeon builder is Neverwinter Nights meets Super Mario Maker [PC Gamer]

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You know when a business advertises itself as being the second-best at something, then says, ‘We try harder?’ That’s the position Solasta: Crown of the Magister is in, as the other turn-based RPG based on D&D’s rules currently in Early Access. Developer Tactical Adventures would dearly like its game to emerge from under the shadow of Baldur’s Gate 3, which is why the indie alternative to Larian’s sequel now comes with Dungeon Maker, an in-game editor for crafting dungeons using an interface familiar to longtime PC RPG fans.

The Dungeon Maker lets players easily create their own D&D-based dungeon crawling adventures with a level of detail not seen since the days of Neverwinter Nights.

Gem Wizards Tactics is bite-size strategy that pits potato wizards against corporate demons [PC Gamer]

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A pair of demons surround the nearest keep. My team includes a potato armed with sunglasses and a water hose, a robed forest witch (who is also a potato), and a demon-powered bulldozer named George Cybercrime.

Gem Wizards Tactics is a turn-based strategy game that uses terraforming, permadeath, and a healthy dose of fantasy humor to craft a tiny, arcade-like tactics game with an impressive layer of strategic depth.

Iratus: Lord of the Read Review [The Escapist]

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Poor Iratus was struck down on the eve of world conquest, his undead horde scattered to the earth. But a good villain never stays dead, least of all a master of necromancy. Starting from the deepest bowels, Iratus must raise a new army of undead monsters to scour dungeons in this compelling tactical-strategy roguelike RPG, Iratus: Lord of the Dead.

Iratus plays like a reverse Darkest Dungeon. Instead of grim heroes delving into dungeons and braving increasing horrors, Iratus is hell-bent on bringing those horrors to the surface.

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